It was just four years ago that music games were declared dead. And the person making the pronouncement was the one who had benefited most from it. “It’s just not a category that’s getting consumers…
A tie-in with a comedy about couples working out their relationships on a tropical island might not seem like the obvious way to promote a music videogame, but Activision found Universal Pictures'…
"Guitar Hero" may have brought videogames to the music-loving masses, but its new spinoff based on the music of Metallica is for headbangers only.
Viacom-owned Harmonix Music Systems, the developer of the first two "Guitar Hero" games and "Rock Band," on Monday filed a lawsuit alleging that Activision owes it royalties of more than $14.5…
Pity the neighbors of anyone who picks up "Rock Band." With two guitars, a drum kit and a microphone, this new title from "Guitar Hero" developer Harmonix isn't a game so much as a virtual lifestyle.
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