Guitar Hero & Rock Band learn to make beautiful music together

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In the 21st century, owning one plastic guitar to play videogames with is an acceptable thing for a person to do. Owning two though? That’s when the neighbours start whispering about you being a bit weird and having delusions of grandeur about being a Tom Morello.

There is some good news though if you do think that you’re Tom Morello: Microsoft has followed Sony’s lead and has announced that the instruments in the next generation of rhythm games – Guitar Hero World Tour, Rock Band 2 and Konami’s Rock Revolution – are all going to be cross compatible with each other…

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