For a game subtitled "Legends of Rock", Guitar Hero III
didn't feature that many real-life six-string virtuosos. Sure, you had Rage's Tom Morello, GnR's Slash and a brief cameo by VH1's latest lothario, Poison frontman Bret Michaels
-- but many classic rock aficionados who tried their hand at Activision's shredding simulator were left unsatisfied in terms of quantity (and in the minds of those belonging to the churches of Hendrix and Clapton, quality).
Until now, we've yet to hear anything about the roster for the next legit entry in Activision's golden goose franchise (no, we're not nor will we ever count Guitar Hero: Aerosmith
), however, that silence was recently broken by the whistle of a flaming arrow
through the night air, fired from the heavenly compound bow of the Motor City Madman himself, Ted Nugent. Listen to his radio interview on Detroit's WRIF (about 12:30 in)
, where he uses all manner of colorful language to describe the mocap process. Now, if they could only get the rest of the Damn Yankees
involved, it would definitely ensure a purchase on our end. How 'bout it, Blades?