In an orderly Q.
The world has moved on.
What's he GNR do now?
Hopes players get "electrocuted".
Led Zeppelin not big fans either.
Wants kids to learn to play the real thing.
But gap narrows as music games decline.
Tells "kids" to pick up a real instrument.
So says man who sells Guitar Hero.
Slash suggests so in interview.
With new Guitar Hero-led online store.
GNR! Eagles! The Halen! But not Led Zep.
Nothing like the real thing, says Mayer.
Sony Music in talks, sounding keen.
Claims patents have been infringed.
Guinness needs your help.
But Microsoft claims income victory.
Buy it without guitar this month.
Yes, two. On 360.
Activision flashes indie talent.
You call the tune.
More from the PS2 original.
Expect something next month.
Nine more tracks rumoured.
Bricking Xbox 360s?
Up on Marketplace now.
God gave rock and roll to you.
Selling for charity now on eBay.
Port found on 360 controller.
Following US announcement.
Producer makes big claim.
New devs "really talented".
Dusty Welch talks future plans, demos and more.
Songs from Guitar Hero 1.
Exclusive 360 content.
Had to miss games and all.
Rock 'n' Roll (part 2).
None at all for the UK?
New colour, 60 dollars.
It's customary to try to be loudest during practice.
You're my wife now!
More big bands onboard.
23 on it now, inc. Spinal Tap.
Freebird and Sweet Child o' Mine.
It'll be here in November too.
Tickets available free.
Guitar Heroes listen up.
News expected soon.
RedOctane talks next-gen.
Released by third party.
To play on stage at Donington.
And show off the sequel.
E3: Onboard the Harmonix tour bus.
Guitar Hero to go next-gen?
Plus talk of E3 concerts.
Get your music in it.
New songs, co-op, more.