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This day has been a long time coming, but Activision's next iteration of the Guitar Hero cash cow franchise is officially available. Truth be told, the game (and requisite instruments) was sitting on a-many of store shelves yesterday, but there's nothing like a formal announcement to really push yo

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October 27, 2008 at 11:26AM
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Now that we've been enticed with what Guitar Hero World Tour will look like, GameStop has revealed the upcoming rock simulator's price and release date. $189.99 will get you the Guitar Hero World Tour \"Band Kit\" with drum kit, guitar, and microphone. Meanwhile, the \"Guitar Kit\" at $99.99 will come

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Now that we know what Guitar Hero IV's drums will look like, it seems Activision is saying \"We don't need no stinkin' replicas!\" for the game's guitar controller design. Spotted in Guitar Hero: World Tour's debut trailer, the new axe appears to be a black or cherry non-Gibson, non-Fender, non-anyth

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Game Informer is at it once more: after securing the first snapshots of Rock Band's prototype drum set and microphone last summer, the gaming mag has now produced the first image of Guitar Hero IV's kit. Apparently designers wanted this one to resemble an actual electric kit a bit more than the one

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Hey hey, what's this? Not only is Activision CEO Bobby Kotick quoted in this month's Conde Nast Portfolio saying that future versions of Guitar Hero will have \"other instruments\" and \"vocals,\" but our crew over at Joystiq says that a source within Activision has confirmed that Guitar Hero IV will fe

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