It was only last year when Harmonix stepped up to the plate, and created a multi instrumental game that most know as Rock Band. The game gave Guitar Hero a run for its money as the special edition came packed with not only a guitar, but also a microphone, and a drum set. If that was not enough Harmonix made sure all rock elements were available by including an option for the bass. Harmonix was not pleased enough, and refused to stop there. They had promised frequent DLC content, and have been adding new tracks just about every week since the release date. With Guitar Hero in danger now of losing its rein of the music genre, Neversoft had no choice but to respond to Rock Band with their very own multi instrumental title. Known as Guitar Hero 4 Neversoft had announced a new title out the door that could very well compete with Rock Band. Harmonix later responded with the announcement of a sequel in hopes of keeping their head above the game. With both titles set to release this fall it will surely be a gruesome match to see which title can be crowned as a true virtual band game. We take you inside the match, and give you a preview of what you can expect from both titles, as well as which title will better suit you as a rocker.