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Guitar Hero: Van Halen Latest News - PS3

Game Description: Van Halen is the next mega-band up for the Guitar Hero treatment, following Aerosmith and Metallica in releasing a full retail release featuring the band's greatest hits and songs picked by members of Van Halen.
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  • Guitar Hero: Van Halen Finally Confirmed, World Sighs With Relief

    The latest band-centric Guitar Hero from Activision Blizzard has been one of the worst kept secrets in gaming. Guitar Hero: Van Halen has been one of the hot music game rumors, but it's hard to keep thinking it's a rumor when the game's achievements manage to leak before Activision Blizzard can announce it. But now it's official. At a pre-E3...

    Posted May 7, 2009| 21 Comments

    Guitar Hero: Van Halen Finally Confirmed, World Sighs With Relief
  • Prince Has A Problem With 'Guitar Hero'

    During a recent PBS interview with Tavis Smiley, purple-clad rock and roll enigma Prince said he turned down the opportunity to have his music appear in Guitar Hero. Say it ain't so, Prince. When asked about the game, Prince said: "Well, I ain't mad at them. I hear it made, like, $2 billion and they came to us and offered us a very small...

    Posted May 1, 2009| 29 Comments

    Prince Has A Problem With 'Guitar Hero'

 


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