Guitar Hero Live hasn’t gotten that much attention lately, even with their new trailer featuring James Franco and Lenny Kravitz. To try and push sales for the Rock Band 4 competitor, GameStop has dropped the price of the guitar bundle by $30 USD and the 2 guitar bundle pack by $50 USD. Originally $99.99 USD for the the guitar bundle and $150 USD for the 2 guitar pack, Guitar Hero Live wasn’t exactly flying off the shelves in comparison to all the other games released around it. Hopefully, this sale will catch the attention of fans hesitant towards picking up the game.
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