Nintendo News | Guitar Hero Wii Topples Pok

By Adam Riley 06.01.2008 5

The latest online connections have once again been collated by NeoGAF's Bo130 and this week's figures, representing Week 52 of 2007, show that Guitar Hero III on Wii has actually done the unthinkable and usurped Pok

Box art for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock

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Downloadable content please. This really isn't quite surprising, GH3 being a hot selling game and the online factor being played through all formats of the game. Quite fun as well.

WOW That is amazing, more than Pokemon, imagine if the GC as online, Nintey are probably regretting that decision!

I see all these people insulting the Nintendo corporation because of the lack of mature content. Yet there is something about Nintendo (at least their games) that strikes a certain unadulterated feeling of joy!!!  Pokemon Y - 1048-9263-5562

Yes. Downloadable content now, please. Guitar Hero 3 for instance needs a lot of it. There are thaousands of people who would kill their sister for Queen and Nightwish tracks!

Well... more or less.

I find your lack of faith disturbing!

sugino(wow) guitar hero 3 rocks though...quite literally!

I'll be adding to Yu Gi Oh's connection total soon enough.Smilie
And probably Guitar Hero's too if I get really bored.:cooldude:

( Edited on 07.01.2008 20:35 by PhoenixuS )

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