Holiday Friend & Family Fun & Entertainment ~ Guitar Hero Live
This holiday season you need to have items at the house to entertain friends and family. Guitar Hero Live is the perfect way to entertain your loved ones during the holidays. You can play live music or videos and either play against each other or have them on in the background.
We bought Guitar Hero a long time ago, the first version. It was fun but, as many of you know limited to the music that was included. But now, you can rock out to classics such as Queen, Amy Winehouse and Bob Dylan along with mainstream artists including Rihanna, Paramore, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Calvin Harris, Weezer, 30 Seconds to Mars and more. They are adding more songs just about every week making it fun for everyone in the family. The kids recognize the new music and we live the classics.
The game includes GHTV, a 24-hour playable music video network that will let fans play along to a continually-updated collection of official music videos. Check out the library of more than 300 songs here.
New playable music will arrive in GHTV first as Premium Shows. To access most Premium Shows, players can complete the in-game challenge of achieving at least three stars on three different tracks in the GHTV channels or in the catalogue. By playing a Premium Show, players have the chance to earn in-game prizes such as status and coin boosts, unique player cards or note highways to show off their rockstar status online. Generally, after a Premium Show ends, the songs will be added to the on-demand catalogue, and then they will enter the regular channel rotation.
Released on October 20, 2015, Guitar Hero Live is the game to get this year for fun family play. Available on platforms of PlayStation®4, PlayStation®3, Xbox One®, Xbox 360® and WiiU®
Also, Activision can confirm that Guitar Hero Live is coming to the newly announced Apple TV, as well as iPhone, iPad and iPod touch this fall. People will be able to play in their living room with Apple TV and take their game on the go with iPhone or iPad, as the Bluetooth Guitar controller works across Apple devices.
This post was sponsored by Activision.