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ATVI Pulls Plug on Guitar Hero

  Activision plans to shut down the unit that makes its wildly popular "Guitar Hero," with Bobby Kotick, Activision Blizzard CEO, and CNBC's Julia Boorsitn.

'Guitar Hero' is killed by Activision

Video game publisher Activision is killing  the once-popular "Guitar Hero"  because of  "continued declines in the music genre."   Full story

'D.J. Hero' is in the mix

  Everyone likes to think they would make a deceent D.J. right? Well it’s put up or shut up time. "DJ Hero" is brought to you by the same developers of the popular "Guitar Hero" franchise but instead of guitars and drums you use turn tables and cross faders.  Msnbc.com's video game reporter Todd Kenre

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  Activision to Release DJ Hero

Activision is releasing the latest version of its mega-hit Guitar Hero franchise tomorrow. The company's CEO, Robert Kotick, discusses the launch with CNBC.

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