Activision Is Killing Guitar Hero Live TV

MakeUseOf | 6/12/2018 | Dave Parrack
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If you’re a fan of Guitar Hero then you should make the most of the next six months. This is because Activision is taking Guitar Hero TV offline in December. Which will leave Guitar Hero Live owners with just the few dozen songs on the disc to play.

The Guitar Hero series (and Rock Band along with it) have brought joy to many gamers. People who were never going to realize their dreams of playing guitar in a rock band, and who instead took to strumming a plastic guitar in their living rooms.

Series - Game - Year - Point - Sales

The series debuted in 2005, and there was at least one new game released every year until 2010. By which point, sales had started to decline, and the series went on hiatus. However, in 2015, Activision rebooted the series with Guitar Hero Live.

Guitar Hero Live has/had two components: a Live section comprising 42 songs on the disc, and GHTV, with hundreds of songs available to play online. GHTV is/was the more interesting element, essentially being the first every playable music channel.

Activision - Support - Pages - GHTV - Servers

Unfortunately, as detailed on the Activision support pages, the GHTV servers are being shut down on December 1, 2018. And after that the 400+ songs currently...
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