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The music video game, created by MTV's Harmonix and distributed through Electronic Arts, will be taking the stage on Nintendo Wii consoles this summer.
Real guitar maker, Gibson Guitar Corporation, is accusing the simulated guitars used in popular video games like the "Guitar Hero" series and "Rock Band" of patent infringement.
Iconic guitar manufacturer, which is already suing Activision over alleged patent infringement, has filed suit against six retailers that sell the game series.
At this week's Game Developers Conference, industry's leaders will talk about where they're going, how they can work with Hollywood, and how to become more mainstream than ever.
MTV is diving deep into content syndication, digital downloads, and social networks. Unlike its parent company, it isn't warring with technology or users.
Despite the huge success of "Guitar Hero III," the release of "Rock Band" by the franchise's original developer could mean real competition.
The roster of tracks for the new game will include dozens of rock classics.
New MTV game lets friends play souped-up 'Guitar Hero' together.
Fender icon raises stakes in guitar gaming.
Harmonix just announced Rock Band, a music game that will combine Guitar Hero gameplay with drums and vocals.