Activision pulls the plug at the end of the month.
RIP Budcat Creations.
"We lost our souls," admits dev.
Hopes players get "electrocuted".
35 songs can be copied over.
But will in future games, apparently.
Led Zeppelin not big fans either.
inFamous! Marvel vs. Capcom! Red Gorillas!
Freebies the pick of the bunch.
So Reuters reckons. Plus: COD film.
Wants kids to learn to play the real thing.
Healthy pile of content to sift through.
Plus: Red Faction, UFC demos.
This summer with wireless instruments.
US in a fortnight, Europe "at a later date".
Plus LBP goodies, Mirror's Edge map.
Activision's effort more popular in US.
Plus plenty else to keep you busy too.
Dead Space, Skate 2 demos instead.
To celebrate The Boss' new album.
Oasis! Nickelback! Silverchair! Barker!
But gap narrows as music games decline.
Festive cupboards filled with goods.
Nirvana! Negrita! Sportfreunde Stiller!
A steal at just 150 quid.
But only on PS3 for the moment.
Tells "kids" to pick up a real instrument.
Sparkly prizes up for grabs.
Fresh from the brand new album.
Games, LBP costumes, songs, Hasselhoff.
Instrument bundles out tomorrow.
Fans are not very happy.
Plus GHWT tracks and PSone games.
They weren't "exploitable enough".
Harmonix has different focus, apparently.
Staggered release in November.
Activision to release "drum tuning kit".
Out in November.
Trailer says it's due next year.
Authentic materials, 250 dollars please.
Boston, Springfield, Foreigner.
Out next year, track pack next month.
Actually it's only REM.
For two weeks, anyway.
Official date soon, says Activision.
Get yourself a freebie if you get in early.
So says man who sells Guitar Hero.
Slash suggests so in interview.
Loads more money for bands involved, too.
All 86 launch tracks set in stone.
Gun-toting teetotal rocker is playable.
But star is "not very good" at game.
Re-recordings included on soundtrack.
With playable Billy Corgan.
Reveals plans for new drum controls.
But extra peripheral chatter was untrue.
Neversoft not ready to say what.
Plus Euro-specific songs in World Tour.
Guitar Hero and Rock Band learn to share.
As do Konami drums, SingStar microphone.
Show them who's funky.
Activision green-lights third-party gear.
"Beat It", "Paradise City", "Johnny B Goode".
Live version of Purple Haze promised.
With new Guitar Hero-led online store.
GNR! Eagles! The Halen! But not Led Zep.
Multimillion-dollar deal being discussed.
Bundle will cost USD 180, apparently.
Nothing like the real thing, says Mayer.
Looks as much like Rock Band as you'd expect.
"Drumming as it should be."
Acti drumming up Rock Band beater?
Apparently you can make and share music.
Will make a "significant leap forward".
"A lot of other instruments, vocals."