Video game series similar to or like Guitar Hero

Series of music rhythm game video games first released in 2005, in which players use a guitar-shaped game controller to simulate playing primarily lead, bass guitar, and rhythm guitar across numerous songs. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock

    Music rhythm video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. Third main installment in the Guitar Hero series. Wikipedia

  • Rock Band

    Series of rhythm games developed by Harmonix, principally for home video game consoles. Based on their previous development work from the Guitar Hero series, the main Rock Band games has players use game controllers modeled after musical instruments and microphones to perform the lead guitar, bass guitar, keyboard, drums and vocal parts of numerous licensed songs across a wide range of genres though mostly focusing on rock music by matching scrolling musical notes patterns shown on screen. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero Live

    2015 music rhythm video game developed by FreeStyleGames and published by Activision. Seventh main installment in the Guitar Hero series. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero World Tour

    Music rhythm video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. Fourth main installment in the Guitar Hero series. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero 5

    2009 music rhythm video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. Fifth main installment in the Guitar Hero series. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

    2010 music rhythm video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. Sixth main installment in the Guitar Hero series. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero (video game)

    2005 music rhythm video game developed by Harmonix and published by RedOctane for the PlayStation 2. First main installment in the Guitar Hero series. Wikipedia

  • Rhythm game

    Genre of music-themed action video game that challenges a player's sense of rhythm. Games in the genre typically focus on dance or the simulated performance of musical instruments, and require players to press buttons in a sequence dictated on the screen. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero Smash Hits

    Music rhythm game and the fourth expansion game to the Guitar Hero series. The game features 48 songs originally featured in five previous games in the series—Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero II, Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock and Guitar Hero: Aerosmith—redesigning the songs to be based on master recordings and to include support for full band play first introduced to the series in Guitar Hero World Tour. Wikipedia

  • Guitar controller

    Video game controller designed to simulate the playing of the guitar, a string musical instrument. Guitar controllers are often used for music games such as UmJammer Lammy: NOW!, GuitarFreaks, Guitar Hero, and the Rock Band series. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero: Aerosmith

    2008 music rhythm video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. Released on the PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360 consoles, with Budcat Creations solely developing the PlayStation 2 port, Vicarious Visions solely developing the Wii port, and Aspyr solely publishing the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X ports. Wikipedia

  • Rock Band (video game)

    Music video game developed by Harmonix, published by MTV Games and distributed by Electronic Arts. First title in the Rock Band series. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero II

    Music rhythm video game developed by Harmonix and published by RedOctane for the PlayStation 2 and Activision for the Xbox 360. Second main installment in the Guitar Hero series and is the sequel to 2005's Guitar Hero. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero: On Tour (series)

    Series of music video games based on the Guitar Hero series for the Nintendo DS handheld game system. Developed by Vicarious Visions and published by Activision. Wikipedia

  • Fourth major release in the Guitar Hero series of music video games, a series that has sold over 24 million units and earned more than $1.6 billion in retail sales. Released in October 2008 for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360 game consoles in North America, and a month later for PAL regions. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero: Metallica

    2009 music rhythm video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. Released in North America on the PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360 on March 29, 2009 and on PlayStation 2 on April 14, 2009, with an Australian and European release in May 2009. Wikipedia

  • Cultural impact of the Guitar Hero series

    Series of rhythm video games published by Activision in which players use guitar-shaped controllers to mimic the playing of numerous popular rock music songs in a score attack gameplay; later games in the series have included support for both drums and vocals and playing as a full band. With over $2 billion in total sales worldwide, the game series has made a significant cultural impact, becoming a "cultural phenomenon" and recognizable in the popular culture. Wikipedia

  • Guitar Hero: Van Halen

    Music rhythm video game developed by Underground Development and published by Activision. Third game in the Guitar Hero series to focus on the career and songs of one rock band, Van Halen, following Guitar Hero: Aerosmith and Guitar Hero: Metallica. Wikipedia

  • DJ Hero 2

    Rhythm video game and a sequel to DJ Hero, a spinoff of the Guitar Hero series. DJ Hero 2 uses a special turntable-controller, the same as introduced in DJ Hero, to simulate turntablism, the act of creating a new musical work from one or more previously recorded songs using record players and sound effect generators. Wikipedia

  • List of games for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game system. Title names may be different for each region due to the first language spoken. Wikipedia

  • Music video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. Second expansion title to the Guitar Hero series of video games, and was released in June 2008 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and Wii game consoles. Wikipedia

  • Award given by various award events and media publications to a video game that they feel represented the pinnacle of gaming that year. Annual British awards ceremony honoring "outstanding creative achievement" in the video game industry. Wikipedia

  • Rock Band 3

    2010 music video game developed by Harmonix. Initially published and distributed by MTV Games and Electronic Arts, respectively, in late October 2010. Wikipedia

  • Numerous video games were released in 2018. Best-selling games included Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Marvel's Spider-Man, Red Dead Redemption 2, Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Far Cry 5, God of War, Monster Hunter: World, and Dragon Ball FighterZ. Wikipedia

  • DJ Hero

    Music video game, developed by FreeStyleGames and published by Activision as a rhythm game spin-off of the Guitar Hero franchise. Released on October 27, 2009 in North America and on October 29, 2009 in Europe. Wikipedia

  • Spider-Man in video games

    There are numerous video games featuring the popular Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man that have been released. To date, Spider-Man has made appearances on over 15 gaming platforms, which also includes mobile games on mobile phones. Wikipedia

  • The year 2015 saw releases of numerous video games as well as a follow-up to Nintendo's portable 3DS console, the New Nintendo 3DS. Top-rated games originally released in 2015 included Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Bloodborne, Undertale, and Fallout 4. Wikipedia

  • Numerous video games were released in 2016. New hardware came out as well, albeit largely refreshed and updated versions of consoles in the PlayStation 4 Pro, PlayStation 4 Slim, and Xbox One S. Commercially available virtual reality headsets were released in much greater numbers and at much lower price points than the enthusiast-only virtual reality headsets of earlier generations. Wikipedia

  • Numerous video games were released in 2013. Many awards went to games such as BioShock Infinite, Grand Theft Auto V, The Last of Us and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. Wikipedia

  • Band Hero

    Spinoff video game as part of the Guitar Hero series of music rhythm games, released by Activision on November 3, 2009, for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii and Nintendo DS consoles. Structurally similar to Guitar Hero 5, and supports full band play including the drop-in/drop-out and in-song instrument and difficulty change menus, and additional multiplayer modes as Guitar Hero 5. Wikipedia

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  • The DS Guitar Hero controller comes with a small "pick-stylus" (which is shaped like a guitar pick, as the name suggests) that can be put away into a small slot on the controller.Nintendo DS-Wikipedia
  • It features four colored buttons like the ones found on regular Guitar Hero guitar controllers for the stationary consoles, though it lacks the fifth orange button found on the guitar controllers.Nintendo DS-Wikipedia
  • On January 29, 2010 they released a Tap-Tap rhythm game for on the App Store, contrary to the band's prior comments against other music related video games such as Guitar Hero.Nickelback-Wikipedia
  • The song was commissioned by the publishers of the Guitar Hero franchise, who wanted the track to feature dark lyrics and multiple guitar solos.Megadeth-Wikipedia
  • "No One Knows" and "Go with the Flow" were also featured on the first iterations of the popular video games Guitar Hero and Rock Band (respectively).Queens of the Stone Age-Wikipedia
  • In 2006, Viacom acquired Harmonix, a video game studio oriented towards music video games and the original developer of the Guitar Hero franchise, for $175 million.ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks-Wikipedia

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