A new Guitar Hero game based entirely around Beatles songs could be on the way - at least if Sony/ATV Music has anything to do with it.

The company owns the rights to Lennon and McCartney's (not sure whether that's Heather or Paul nowadays) songs (perhaps Michael Jackson sold them to pay for all the Dairylea triangles). As reported by the LA Times bossman Martin N. "Marty" Bandier is well up for Guitar Hero: Beatles.

"It's something we have talked about and something I'd like to pursue," he stated.

In the meantime there's always Aerosmith's Guitar Hero game - it's due out this June for PS2, PS3, Wii and Xbox 360.

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