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  • unclear if the change will sit well with core GH fans.Also risking a fractured fanbase are new Guitar Hero to  Neverwinter Astral Diamonds guitar peripherals. It's interesting that the sources don't mention any other peripherals such as a drum or a microphone, but it does follow on from previous reports that Guitar Hero 7 (which was cancelled back in 2011) would be going back to the series' core guitar-playing roots in an effort to win back fans. From a business perspective, the decision to ditch drums and microphones makes sense as Guitar Hero won't have to compete so closely with that Rock Band reboot.As for who is in charge of development, the series' original developers Neversoft and RedOctane have both shut down which really lends credit to the idea that Guitar Hero will be massively different. Furthermore, the sources didn't


    name a specific development team but they did indicate that one of Activision's West Coast developers is working on it. By process of elimination, that means that the next Guitar Hero game is most likely being developed by High Moon Studios to Cheap Neverwinter zen  (who brought Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to PS3 and Xbox 360) or Toys for Bob (who developed Skylanders: Trap Team).While this is all just rumors for now, Activision is playing it coy, having released the following statement: We don't comment on rumour or speculation, but have previously said, that as one of the most beloved entertainment franchises, we would only bring Guitar Hero back if we developed the right innovations to usher the franchise into the new generation of gaming. That's neither a confirmation or an outright denial and E3 is rapidly


    Honor and Bomberman receiving less-than-adequate reboots, there have been some that have garnered plenty of deserved praise. Crystal Dynamics took Tomb Raider back to the drawing board in 2012, and although the game did not sell as expected, it was still a hit with video game fans and critics.Unfortunately, one of Crystal Dynamics' own series, Legacy of Kain, has had less luck with reboots. The bloodthirsty action titles were one of the most well-remembered series of the early 3D era, but the franchise has not seen a release since 2003's Legacy of Kain: Defiance. Although the free-to-play multiplayer shooter Nosgoth is on the horizon, that's not much consolation for fans of the series looking to have another chance to enter the vampire realm.That's not to say that publisher


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