Guitar Hero Features

FeatureAnyone can play Guitar Hero

Dusty Welch talks future plans, demos and more.

Guitar Hero has been in the headlines recently, but not just because of the PS2 sequel's success - or even because it's due out on Xbox 360 in the near future. No, these particular headlines focused on news that original developer Harmonix would no longer be working on the series, which would instead continue on at Tony Hawk developer Neversoft.

FeatureTo all those about to ROCK...

We salute Guitar Hero. With help from Harmonix's Luke Jacobs.

"It's usually difficult to discern creative primacy in a situation like this," says Luke Jacobs, QA lead on Guitar Hero, Harmonix's guitar-powered rhythm-response PS2 game. "However in this case it's easy, it was me."