Nintendo Wii News | Guitar Hero is a Massive Online Hit

By Adam Riley 29.10.2007 7

Whilst Guitar Hero III on Wii has only just been released over in the US, the game has already proved to be a massive success on the online front, quickly zooming into the Top 10 connections chart. Remember that the number of connections is not unique, just the total number of times the Wi-Fi Connection has used and the data has been compiled using information straight from the Nintendo Wi-Fi website via a freeware programme called WFCStatus.

Check out the full Top 10 below, week ending 28th October, 2007:

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Box art for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock

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Pokemon Diamond and Pearl are so far ahead it isn't even funny.

Who said pokemon was just a fad??? Smilie

Dunno if you guys have noticed, but recently I saw some promo art/box art for LEGO Star Wars: Complete Saga, with the Nintendo WFC logo on it. I'm not sure if it was an error or not though.

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132'll have to leave your Wii on for ages to find a partner to play with...But i guess fishing is al about patience anyway...

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A fail so epic, it may just be a win.

Guitar Hero 3 for Wii rocks!

I hear it is outselling the 360 version by 2 to 1, and the PS3 by miles. (Anecdotal evidence from multiple stores.)

Guitar Hero + Bloc Party = Purchase.

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