Guitar Hero III's Rock 'N' Roll Star - Interview

It's been an interesting few weeks for RedOctane. Guitar Hero II has finally launched on Xbox 360, but the publisher - now part of Activision - has finally caught sight of what the game's developer, Harmonix, has gone off to make with Electronic Arts and MTV. Rock Band might well be described as a spiritual successor to Guitar Hero, and the decision to introduce other instruments, and vocals, arguably raises doubts about the real Guitar Hero III, in development at Neversoft, and due out on PS3, Xbox 360, Wii and PS2 later this year.

So you might be surprised to learn that Kai Huang, co-founder and president of RedOctane, claims to be quite excited about what his old pals are working on...

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Sky Lazarus4263d ago

Looks like they are going to do a price drop with the next DLC, they heard us. GH III sounds awesome.

mattkelly19914263d ago

that with a 50GB BR-Disk you can have 1000's of songs.