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Guitar Hero Smash Hits And Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits Rock Store Shelves

June 16, 2009

GUITAR HERO SMASH HITS AND GUITAR HERO ON TOUR: MODERN HITS ROCK STORE SHELVES NATIONWIDE

Activision brings rock’s hottest hits to all major retailers with the launches of their latest pair of Guitar Hero titles, Guitar Hero® Smash Hits and Guitar Hero® On Tour: Modern Hits. Hitting store shelves today, Guitar Hero Smash Hits expands the experience of previous guitar-only games to the full band so gamers can join together and rock to 48 of the most fun and celebrated tracks from Guitar Hero®, Guitar Hero® II, Guitar Hero® Encore: Rocks the 80s and Guitar Hero® III: Legends of Rock. Featuring all master recordings, Guitar Hero Smash Hits delivers a robust feature set and epic on-disc song list including music from fan-favorite artists such as Alice In Chains, Queen, Poison, Rage Against The Machine, Twisted Sister, Heart and DragonForce.

Also available in stores now, Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits features a varied selection of today’s hottest bands and some of their most popular songs in a set list comprised of 28 face-melting modern rock master recordings from influential artists such as Coldplay, Fall Out Boy, Tenacious D, The Strokes and Weezer. Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits provides players with brand new gameplay experiences, including non-linear career progression, a new Fan Requests system and competitive multiplayer modes that allow song-sharing of more than 75 songs between the other games in the Guitar Hero On Tour series.

Developed by Beenox Studios and rated T for Teen by the ESRB, Guitar Hero Smash Hits is now available for Xbox 360, Wii, PLAYSTATION 3 and PlayStation 2. Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits is developed by Vicarious Visions exclusively for the Nintendo DS and is rated E10+ for everyone 10 and older by the ESRB.

For more information about these games, please visit www.smashhits.guitarhero.com  or www.guitarheroontour.com.

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