Monthly Archives: April 2011
That’s right! Thursday comes before Friday! After a long hiatus, The Hero Feed is injecting some life into our community with the revitalization of the weekly Thursday Throwback feature.
To re-kick things off here, we’re giving you not one, not two, but three awesome songs in one amazing pack.… Read More
Don’t you adore it when a franchise you love is not only put on hiatus, but also reduced to nothing more than a cautionary tale for that same company’s blockbuster first person shooter franchise? Well that appears to be what has happened with Activision.… Read More
Much like Guitar Hero the ride has come to an end for FreeStyleGame’s DJ Hero 2 as well.
This DLC is definitely going out with quite a bang as it features the heavily popular Electroswing ear-worm We No Speak Americano by Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP, Sofi Needs A Ladder off Canadian Progressive house artist Deadmau5’s latest album 4×4=12, and finally Benny Benassi’s House Music which will be sure to get anyone around you to start fist pumping.… Read More
This month sees the final release of downloadable content for Guitar Hero Warriors of Rock. The three packs released give us 10 additional songs into the Guitar Hero DLC library from bands: Paramore, Madina Lake, Middle Class Rut, and Darkest Hour.… Read More
Activision wants you to know everyone was wrong. After the publishing giant announced that there would be no more Hero games, everyone just assumed that meant ever. Yesterday, however, Activision clarified that this was far from breaking up the band.… Read More
Well it’s been a good run, but all good things must come to an end. Activision has been supplying us with full band DLC since October 26th, 2008 (not counting Death Magnetic).
We’ve had our ups and downs, our “Phish Live Pack” and our “Euro Pack 5,” our Queen DLC and our free Bruce Springsteen DLC and here we are in 2011 with 625 compatible songs in Guitar Hero Warriors of Rock (622 on PS3 and 610 on Wii).… Read More
The “game” has been revealed as a Music Construction Set, a piece of software that actually allows you to play musical notes with your plastic axe!… Read More