Ready to rock?Â Guitar Hero: Warriors of RockÂ certainly is. Activision released the full list of tracks available on the disc today. Featuring "more than" 90 tracks (93, fact fans), the game is, as many people have said, a return to form for the series.
"We engaged our fans to find out what they really wanted and then hand-picked over 90 tracks that deliver the ultimate rock experience," said Tim Riley, Vice President of Music Affairs forÂ Guitar HeroÂ and holder of the Longest Job Title in the World. "From the new guitar controller to the gameplay to the on-disc set list,Â Guitar Hero: Warriors of RockÂ is truly a return to rock."
Full details of the setlist after the jump.
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"Coming in at over 17 inches in height," they reveal, "this display of pure Metal power was lovingly sculpted by Mark Newman and painted by Tom Vukmanic and features Eddie a getting ready to slay some druids with The Separator while his beloved Clementine rests safely on his back."
"With only 1,000 pieces available worldwide, be sure to keep an eye on the official Brutal Legend website: www.brutallegend.com and the Brutal Legend Twitter feed @brutallegend for your chance to win one of these badass figures."
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That was one of our Top 10 features on the Hit List from Day 1, especially since the PS3/360 versions of FaceBreaker have a rockin' character customization feature with Photo Game Face, but alas we had to drop it.
I know..I know..I've read it on other boards. The Devs are lazy, and we're lame, and were â€¦not smart. BUTâ€¦
Really what it came down to was since we were building this thing from the ground up, something had to give. If we had bitten off more than we could chew it would've meant a drop in overall quality all across the board and that was something we were not prepared to do. For FaceBreaker K.O. Party 1, we set out to nail 2 things.
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#2 - Multiplayer (2 Exculsive "Get off your couch and duke it out" game modes)
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