Apple held a special event today to show off what was coming from Apple later this year. One special, and surprising to many, was that several games will be coming to Apple products, including Apple TV, iPad, and more.
Chief among them is Guitar Hero Live, which Activision confirmed in a press release that the game would be coming to Apple TV. Jamie Jackson, co-studio head and creative director at FreeStyleGames, is pretty stoked: “We jumped at the opportunity to bring back Guitar Hero in a cool new way with Guitar Hero Live and have been energized by the response from fans who have had a chance to play it so far. We can’t wait for the game to launch next month and think people are going to get a kick out of living their rock star fantasy on consoles, mobile devices and Apple TV this fall. It’s going to be rad!”
Gamers will also be able to play it on the go via their iPads or iPhone’s. Also though, Activision confirmed that Skylanders SuperChargers and Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved will also be coming to Apple TV.
With these three games coming to Apple platforms, they could be the first of many depending on how well they sell.
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