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The wiki about the Guitar Hero series that anyone can edit!

1,624 articles since May 2007


11th October 2023
Rumors and possibilities about the Guitar Hero series being revived for the second time? "Ahead of Xbox's acquisition, Activision's Bobby Kotick discussed Microsoft, Elon Musk's Neuralink, and hinted at a Guitar Hero revival in this leaked interview", read the article on Windows Central for details.
8th August 2023
Dark Mode is now optimized on the WikiHero for the most part. You should no longer get blinded by the unreadable bright tables and table headers when enabling Dark Mode on the wiki. To enter Dark Mode, click the crescent moon button.
4th February 2023
WikiHero's homepage received a redesign, displaying game arts for every Guitar Hero game officially released. Setlist pages have been moved to subpages of their respective pages and new subpages were made for games that can be accessed through their tabs. And information about the Guitar Hero Mobile series has also been added over the months since late 2022 and is mostly completed.
11th November 2018
Starting next week on December 1, 2018, GHTV mode in Guitar Hero Live will officially shut down and be discontinued.[1] This was announced back in June 2018 along with the removable of the iOS game on the iTunes App Store.
20th October 2015
Guitar Hero Live has been released for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and iOS devices in North America and Australia. The European version will be released on October 23, 2015.
14th April 2015
Guitar Hero Live has been announced for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, and Xbox One and is being developed by FreeStyleGames.[2]
25th February 2015
The Guitar Hero franchise might be returning for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.[3][4]
5th December 2012
Guitar Hero 7 was discovered to be in development in 2011 but was canceled.[5]
9th February 2011
The Guitar Hero series was discontinued.
28th September 2010
Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock released!
7th June 2010
Guitar Hero released for iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad!
22nd December 2009
Guitar Hero: Van Halen released!
Fall 2009
Band Hero & DJ Hero released!
1st September 2009
Guitar Hero 5 released!
31st August 2009
WikiHero hits the 750 article milestone!
16th June 2009
Guitar Hero: Smash Hits released!
21st May 2009
The wiki gets a visual makeover with a new skin, logo and favicon!
29th March 2009
Guitar Hero: Metallica released!
14th November 2008
Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades released!
26th October 2008
Guitar Hero World Tour was launched!

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Featured article of the month

Backstage Pass with Guitar Hero - Screenshot 02
Backstage with Guitar Hero is a Game Space for PlayStation 3's virtual 3D social gaming platform PlayStation Home, developed by Neversoft and published by Activision on March 26, 2009, three days before the release of Guitar Hero: Metallica.

Backstage with Guitar Hero gives Guitar Hero players around the world "VIP" access to a themed backstage lounge and a massive concert venue where they can group up, communicate, do activities, and view trailers for upcoming titles.


Featured video

"Playstation Home: Guitar Hero VIP Lounge and Backstage" by bestscreenname

To-Do List & Wiki Guidelines

  • Cleaning up non-music-related articles.
    • Slowly on-going.
  • Creating articles for every known Guitar Hero game.
    • Completed including mobile games by Q1 2023 and toys by Q2 2003...! Unless there are more obscure games/toys out there...
  • Creating subpages for each video game article.
    • Mostly completed except for Unlockables subpage of each game (guitars, characters, songs in in-game shops) and may need to replay Guitar Hero III: Backstage Pass multiple times.
  • Maybe creating more articles of indie games inspired by Guitar Hero?
    • This feels debatable... Should non-Guitar Hero titles (not counting Rock Band; visit the Rock Band Wiki for Rock Band content) be allowed to have their own wiki page on the Guitar Hero Wiki?
    • But this wiki does allow articles for community projects. However, it is forbidden to post links to illegitimately download commercially-released content (songs or official games). Read the NoPiracy template's rules for what's allowed and disallowed on the WikiHero.
  • Creating and cleaning up articles for every song and band article

If anyone is willing to assist in creating song pages or cleaning up messy pages, feel free to do so. English, please! There are still a lot that needs to be fixed or cleaned up on the WikiHero. Don't be afraid to hit that Edit button...

...Just don't vandalize articles, post or ask for illegal/pirated content (commercially-released songs or games), or you'll feel the wrath of the God of Rock striking his axe over your head! In other words, you'll likely get blocked from editing the wiki for a number of time or indefinitely.