Entries in 'guitar hero' (97)
Activision-owned developer Neversoft is working on a first-person shooter for the publisher.
For those of you not in the know, Noel Gallagher is best known for his former membership of UK rock band Oasis. Now he's going solo. He has a new ...
The once hugely successful Guitar Hero franchise may return from what Activision says is just a “hiatus”.
The likes of EMI and Universal have enjoyed huge success partnering with Activision’s Guitar Hero franchise. However, Music Week’s digital specialist Eamonn Forde says the record companies will quickly move ...
One of the key figures from the history of the Guitar Hero franchise has blamed Activision's abuse of the brand as the reason for its downfall.
Forget the fall of Guitar Hero; the music video game sector is stronger than ever, says GfK Chart-Track.
I've been a gamer for effectively as long as I remember. My first memories stray back as far as the early '80s when my parents purchased an Atari 2600. I ...
We might not know what game Bungie is working on, but Activision says it will be one of its key long-term revenue drivers.
With the games industry still coming to terms with the shock death of the Guitar Hero series, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg has outlined the reasons for the dramatic ...
The reports are correct. There will be no more Guitar Hero games.
Microsoft and Activision are running a huge half-price sale on the latter’s Xbox Live content.
Publisher Activision has dropped the price of both Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock and DJ Hero 2 in North America.
Innovative camera-based game Yoostar 2 has the potential to match the success of Activision’s Guitar Hero franchise.
US sales tracker NPD has finally revealed some good news for the struggling music genre.
Activision has spoken of its love for Rock Band developer Harmonix but refused to speak about a possible acquisition.
Just four years after it bought the studio for an amazing $175m, Viacom has said it wants to sell off music game studio Harmonix.
There’s no doubting that Guitar Hero and Rock Band are the two major players in the music games market.
Publisher Activision’s only chance of prospering in the music genre is to attempt to acquire the Rock Band IP from MTV owner Viacom, one US analyst has claimed.
One US analyst has labelled the week one sales debut of new release Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock as “dreadful”, pointing to stiff challenges for the music genre in the ...
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