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Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (Wii)

Nintendo may be focusing on the casual game market with its Wii system, but it was Red Octane and Harmonix that first nailed that demographic hard when the pair launched Guitar Hero on the PlayStation 2 a couple of years ago. Even if you've never played a videogame before, it was a design that was easily accessible to anyone: pick up a guitar and strum notes as they race down the screen. And though Red Octane and Harmonix have parted ways, the Guitar Hero brand lives on with Red Octane and Activision, who will publish Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock across all the current platforms. Activision's Vicarious Visions studio has been put to the task of bringing the design to a Nintendo platform for the very first time, and we got a chance to rock out with the Wii version back at the team's studio.

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heroman7113530d ago

is wii version gonna get online content like the ps3 and 360 version ?

Umbrella Corp3529d ago

i seriosly doubt but always hoping.