Activision announced the addition of the hardest, greatest song in the history of video-rythym games: Dragon Force's Through the Fire and Flames will be a playable track in Guitar Hero III!
The European metal gods DragonForce's finger-breaking epic joins Red Hot Chili Peppers - Suck My Kiss, Iron Maiden - Number of the Beast, and ZZ Top - La Grange in the game.
Click the cut for a full, Guitar Hero 3 track listing and an OMG-RAWK! look at DragonForce on Attack of the Show.
Cherub Rock - Smashing Pumpkins (Master Track)
Cult of Personality - Living Colour (Master Track)
Even Flow - Pearl Jam (Master Track)
Knight of Cydonia - Muse (Master Track)
Lay Down - Priestess (Master Track)
My Name is Jonas - Weezer (Master Track)
Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden
Paint It Black - The Rolling Stones (Master Track)
The Metal - Tenacious D (Master Track)
Sabotage - Beastie Boys (Master Track)
She Builds Quick Machines - Velvet Revolver (Master Track)
Suck My Kiss - Red Hot Chili Peppers (Master Track)
Through the Fire and Flames - DragonForce
Welcome to the Jungle - Gun N’ Roses
Barracuda - Heart (Cover)
La Grange - ZZ Top (Cover)
Rock and Roll All Nite - Kiss (Cover)
Rock You Like a Huricane - Scorpions (Cover)
School’s Out - Alice Cooper (Cover)
Slow Ride - Foghat (Cover)
Slash will also appear in this game as an unlockable character
Broken string: One fret button on the opponent’s guitar will not work until it is fixed (by rapidly tapping the button).
Difficulty up: The opponent will play the song on an increased difficulty for a short duration of time (except for expert difficulty).
Amp overload: The fret board will shake and appear blurry, making the scrolling notes difficult to read.
Whammy bar: The opponent will have to use the whammy bar before he/she can play notes again.
Steal power: This will steal your opponent’s power-up (this will be lost if used when the opponent has no power-up).
Double notes: The opponent will have to play twice as many notes for a short duration of time.
Lefty flip: The fret board will be mirrored, requiring the player to switch their handedness on the guitar.