If you're worried that all the changes to the Guitar Hero series means you have to stop belting out your favorite songs, push that notion out of your head. 

Activision (via GameSpot) has announced that Guitar Hero Live will continue to support singing, so you can use Guitar Hero as your own personal karaoke simulator. 



If you're worried that all the changes to the Guitar Hero series means you have to stop belting out your favorite songs, push that notion out of your head. 

Activision has announced that Guitar Hero Live will continue to support singing, so you can use Guitar Hero as your own personal karaoke simulator. 

It makes sense to follow in the footsteps of Guitar Hero games past, though, because for a good while since Guitar Hero: World Tour, songs have included vocal streams as well so you could not only play guitar and drums, but belt out the songs you absolutely know you're good at. In the latest behind the scenes video above, FreeStyle Games takes you thorugh the Rock the Block and SoundDial festival stages that you'll be playing in as part of the live-action stage portions of the game, as well as additional details on Guitar Hero TV

Guitar Hero TV is one of the additions to Guitar Hero Live that's so exciting, especially since you can choose from a series of music video television channels that are available to anyone playing online with the game. The only difference is that the music videos themselves are "playable," so to speak. You can compete along with everyone else who happens to be doing so on that channel, so one assumes that singing is included along with guitar. 

You can do all this without paying any extra for the setup, and it'll run you $99. The game will be sold in stores, though you can connect your tablet version of the game to your television as well, as we covered previously, so it'll be accessible to everyone who wants to join in. 

Guitar Hero TV, with its playable music videos like those you'd see if you sought them out yourself online, seems to be the best avenue for singing along, as it seems to lend a somewhat karaoke-esque vibe to the songs. Much like the crowd screaming along in your face that you see in the game segments for the main story mode, the solitude of singing along to a YouTube video by your lonesome makes perfect sense, and that's why I'm so excited to see how this mode will play out. The game is due out in October. 

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