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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description: The sixth installment in Activision's hit music game franchise, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock brings a fresh look to the series with the all-new Quest Mode. Players will battle their way through a collection of challenges to level up and become a true Warrior of Rock!
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