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October 30, 2009

Tap Tap Revenge

Tap Tap Revenge: Metallica is the first game in the Tap Tap Revenge series to include a Bluetooth-based Battles Mode where players challenge friends to a point-by-point battle where they can deploy bombs and other special objects to distract the opposition and come out victorious. Accompanying the Career Mode is a new fast-paced Arcade Mode where players are challenged with yet more bombs and other special objects that make the game that much more difficult.
Put it this way, when asked for a quote about Tap Tap Revenge: Metallica, Lars turned it over to his eleven year old son, Myles, who, while coming up for air in between games, was heard uttering, "You haven't lived 'till you've played this!"


On a side note...

Remaining Death Magnetic Tracks Coming To Wii. Click on “Read More” to see the full story




Remaining Death Magnetic Tracks Coming To Wii.

Eight songs available November 24, 2009
If you've been playing Guitar Hero on the Wii, you may have noticed that we were short a few songs when it came to "Death Magnetic" - well no more! Our friends at Guitar Hero have been working long and hard with Nintendo so that Wii fans can now play the eight “Death Magnetic” songs not previously available for that gaming system.

Starting November 24, additional tracks from "Death Magnetic" will be available as downloadable singles for 200 Wii points each. If you're keeping score, that would be "All Nightmare Long", "That Was Just Your Life", "The Day That Never Comes", "The Judas Kiss", "The End Of The Line", "The Unforgiven III", "Suicide & Redemption J.H." and "Suicide & Redemption K.H." Enjoy!