OMG! Led Zeppelin Guitar Hero game!

Just got word that there will indeed be a Guitar Hero based on Led Zeppelin! Jimmy Page has selected which order the songs will be in. As you start out, your songs will be Good Times, Bad Times, and the entire album In Through the Out Door, as these would be the easiest songs to play. As you progress, you will play the entire Led Zeppelin catalog. The game will come with several controllers, designed after Page's legendary Gibson Les Paul, and his Gibson EDS-1275 double-necked guitar. On the latter controller, it can be used for songs like Stairway to Heaven, The Song Remains the Same, and The Rain Song. The player would have to use the right neck of the guitar for six and twelve-string parts. The game will also come with a violin bow for the Les Paul controller for use on In the Evening, How Many More Times, and Dazed and Confused. Once the game is beat, the songs unlocked vary by difficulty level. On easy level, it will unlock songs from Led Zeppelin's 1977 Seattle performance. On medium, it will unlock songs from the Knebworth 1979 concert. On hard level, songs from the live album How the West Was Won are unlocked. Finally, expert level will unlock songs from the film The Song Remains the Same. As a bonus, these songs will be in their uncut forms from the master tapes of the concerts used, so a player can play songs as they were performed on, in the case of the TSRTS songs, July 27, 28, or 29, 1973.

As a special bonus, the first 1,000 units shipped will contain a letter of authenticity signed by the surving members of Led Zeppelin, numbered to reflect the quantity.

All this can be yours this April Fool's Day! HAHAHAHAHA

(I can only WISH they'd release this game!)

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