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Video Game
Name
Guitar Hero Arcade
Nickname
Arcade edition
Alternate Names
Release Date
2009-00-00
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Platform
Release Developer
Media
Arcade Machine
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Languages
English
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Activision and Konami, who had previously worked together to make sure that the Guitar Hero series meets with Konami's patents on music games, developed an arcade console version of the game, titled Guitar Hero Arcade, distributed to arcades in early 2009. The game is completely based on the Guitar Hero III gameplay, but reducing some of the features such as the use of the Whammy bar, Star Power Button (Star Power may only be activated by lifting the Guitar) and Practice Modes, but keeping the ability to download new songs for the cabinet from the Internet.[73] The arcade game has come under some scrutiny by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), who believe the use of the game in arcades is equivalent to "public performances" and seek additional fees to be paid by operators of the game.

Source: Wikipedia, "Guitar Hero Arcade", available under the CC-BY-SA License.

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