Activision is doing a lot to support their Hero franchise next month. Here's the slew of updates you'll be getting in November:
Starting November 5th, you'll be able to import 61 tracks from Band Hero
into Guitar Hero 5,
and 69 tracks from Guitar Hero 5 into Band Hero (around $5 and $6, respectively).
Marking the 20th anniversary of his debut album, Lenny Kravitz will release a three-pack on November 12th containing "Lady," "Let Love Rule," and "Fly Away."
The KISS track pack, out November 19th, features "Lick It Up," "I Was Made for Loving You," and "Modern Day Delilah" (the first single off their new album).
The Kravitz and Kiss track packs will cost 440 MS Points/$5.49/600 Wii Points each. Single songs from these packs will cost 160 MS Points/$1.99/200 Wii Points.
On November 24th, Activision is doing you a solid by releasing a free track pack. The six-pack of songs features Neversoft employees. "Lemon Frosting" by Bunny Knutson, "RockNRola" by Nancy Fullforce, "From the Blue/Point of No Return/T.T.R.T.S." by An Endless Sporadic, "Love Holds it Down" by Dom Liberati, "You Really Like Me" by Davidicus, and "Guilty Pleasures" by Tony Solis. The free track pack will only be available on 360 and PS3.
Cry not, Wii owners. Looks like there will finally be some "Justice for All" now that you're going to have access to more Metallica tracks (thanks for your pity laughter). Formerly only available on the PS3 and 360, the following songs will be available as single downloads for 200 Wii Points each: "All Nightmare Long", "That Was Just Your Life", "The Day That Never Comes", "The Judas Kiss", "The End of the Line", "The Unforgiven III", "Suicide & Redemption J.H.", and"Suicide & Redemption K.H."