Seven new tracks for PS2's forthcoming Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80s have been announced - along with news that we should no longer call the game Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80s. It's been renamed Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s.
There's speculation about the significance of the minor name change, and while you mull that over, check out the list of new tracks below:
- "Synchronicity II," The Police
- "18 and Life," Skid Row
- "Lonely is the Night," Billy Squier
- "Shaken," Eddie Money
- "Bathroom Wall," Faster Pussycat
- "Play With Me," Extreme
- "Nothing But a Good Time," Poison
The confirmed number of tracks for the game now sits at 14; previous songs from Twisted Sister, Ratt, Flock of Seagulls, Bow Wow Wow, Quiet Riot, Dio and Asia have been revealed. Sounds like a whole lot o' poodle-rock going on.
Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s should be out this summer.
May 22, 2007