When many bands split up, it merely sets the scene for a triumphant (or otherwise) comeback tour a few years down the line. It seems the same may be true of console music game franchise Guitar Hero, which was put on hiatus by its publisher Activision last year. Now CEO Bobby Kotick has admitted that plans are afoot to bring it back. “We said, you know what… we’re going to take the products out of the market, and we’re not going to tell anybody what we’re doing for awhile, but we’re going to stop selling Guitar Hero altogether,” he tells Forbes. “And then we’re going to use new studios and reinvent Guitar Hero. And so that’s what we’re doing with it now.” There is no news on when any new Guitar Hero games might be released, although with console development times being what they are, we’re not expecting anything until mid-to-late 2012. 
Source: Reg Hardware

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