ByRicardo Du Toit, writer at
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Ricardo Du Toit

I bought Guitar Hero: Live on the release date, in October last year. I've been a huge fan of the franchise for years and even though I only have a PS3, I had to have this since day one. So I grabbed the money I saved for it and bought it. And I've been playing on and off ever since. It's sometimes hard to juggle work with play, so sadly I did end up missing out of some of the bonus stuff you usually win while playing the GH Premium challenges. Oh well...

I've recently decided to make time for GH now, mainly because since I spent my own money on it. Therefore, I should only make better use of it and with all the updates it's done in the meantime and figured there isn't a better time like the present to get back.

So every week I'll bring you the weekly updates on the new GH Premium challenges, as well as new songs added to the Library.

First off is Pop Punk 2002, focusing on a genre that today is better than ever, but with all-time classics from 2002, this is an excellent opportunity to play historical songs within the genre. It's a pretty good mix that will take you back in time!

Indio Rocks brings around a few of pretty decent songs within the Indie genre, including my personal favorite Giant Peach by Wolf Alice. So cool playing it!

So if you haven't got Guitar Hero: Live, now is a good time as ever!


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