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“Guitar Hero” Now Sucks More Than Anything Has Ever Sucked Before

It’s bad enough that thousands upon thousands of kids have decided to play “Guitar Hero” instead of actually learning how to play guitar. I can’t stress enough how much I despise the game and everything that about it. Spare me the “kids get to hear classic rock” argument too, I’ve heard it and they can listen to that stuff on iTunes while they learn real f’ing guitar chords.

Activision has put Kurt Cobain in “Guitar Hero 5”. It’s one of the creepiest things ever and one can only assume that Courtney Love gave the go-ahead on this one. She is 100% pure evil, plain and simple.

Cinematically Correct note: The t-shirt that Kurt is wearing in this video game is a Daniel Johnston t-shirt. Johnston is an Austin, TX based singer/songwriter, that grew up in northern West Virginia. He is also bipolar, so you can see how Kurt dug him. Google him, he’s an interesting story.

  1. September 6, 2009 at 9:38 PM

    I agree that the game is silly and kids could spend all that time learning a real instrument.

  2. Some Asshole
    September 10, 2009 at 10:44 AM

    The pride of Oak Glen High School?

  3. September 20, 2009 at 2:58 PM

    Hmmm, and does Daniel get royalties for the t-shirt image?

  4. Eduardo
    December 26, 2009 at 11:52 AM

    I think you guys are really wrong. I’m 17 years old. When i was 9, i started playing guitar hero. Like many kids in my school i was a fucking wigga, listening to rap and other shit like that, that now i despise completely for being incredibly talentless and stupid music. Then i picked up a guitar hero at a store, and started listening to the music while i played the game (obviously) Now, am 17, i play the guitar REALLY good because the game inspired me to learn how to, and am a metalhead, and think rock is the greatest thing that happened to this planet. If it wasn’t for guitar hero, i’d still be a fucking loser. Guitar Hero saved me from my shameless hypocrisy, and from being a poser. I think it does that for a lot of kids these days.

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