Neversoft says band’s prefectionism helped “drive” Guitar Hero Metallica

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 19 March 2009 21:40 GMT

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Neversoft’s told GamerTagRadio that working on Guitar Hero: Metallica was great working with the band thanks to Lars being such a perfectionist.

Apparently this helped “drive the game”.

Bet it did.

Full interview is through the link, and a partial vid is after the break.

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