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In order to remain competitive with Harmonix”s pre-existing multi-instrument rockstar simulator, Activision”s upcoming entry in their insanely lucrative franchise, Guitar Hero: World Tour, needs to match the price of the game it so closely resembles, Rock Band. According to a recent listing on Gamestop, it”ll do just that — the game alone will cost $59.99 on PS3 and 360 ($49.99 on Wii and PS2), a “guitar kit” bundle will run you $99.99, and the full band kit (which we assume will contain a guitar, a mic, and a drum kit) will run you $189.99 on 360, Wii and PS3, and $179.99 on PS2.If these prices are accurate, you”ll be paying $20 more for Activision”s bundle than Harmonix”s — perhaps their five-piece drum kit costs more to produce than Rock Band“s four-head. We don”t mind shelling out the extra Jackson to get our hands on Activision”s new skins — the thousands of dollars we”ll spend expanding our living room to contain two fake drum kits and four fake guitars, however, may have a noticeable impact on our finances.
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