gamechronicles:Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

Game Chronicles:Are you ready to rock? After a surprising (and much appreciated) lull in the social music gaming genre Activision and Neversoft are back with a fresh heavy metal infusion of classic and contemporary rock and roll in Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock. Building on all of the great gameplay concepts of past Guitar Hero games, Neversoft ups the ante with all new challenges, a new ranking system, and an epic Quest mode that reintroduces us to all of our favorite rockers in a clever story path career mode narrated by none other than Gene Simmons.

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On the Eleventh Day of Christmas, My True Love Gave to Me: Eleven Guitar Heroes Shredding

"Going back a few console generations, gaming experienced a surge of rhythm-based games. From shredding out in Guitar Hero to hitting the floor in Dance Central, game started crossing the line between general, real world practices and digital entertainment. Like most other genres, rhythm games became saturated and dipped off in popularity." --PlayStation Enthusiast

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Abnor_Mal3067d ago

Stop these articles, christmas is over. At the least come up with a different title, I mean its January 4 already.

Razputin3067d ago

It's already January 4th. Hence the title on the 11th day of Christmas.

It's a series of titles referencing the days after the 25th which are the 12 days of Christmas.


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