Part of the fun of Guitar Hero is being able to hone your skills by practicing the same songs over and over—but Guitar Hero Live makes it possible to access freemium and other fresh content for purchase.
Guitar Hero Live has two modes: Live and GHTV. In Live, players are challenged to put their skills to the test in front of a recorded crowd, while Guitar Hero TV lets players tap into new tracks and practice with others online.
For fans who don't want to pay a penny for the ability to play a new song, they can wait until a particular song is played on live programming. Just like tuning into a show that's aired over TV, the content on this network is scheduled by genre. Rather than having fans go out and purchase multiple expansion packs, this is a much more effective way to continuously provide entertaining content, while also creating a social community for music lovers to connect.
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