GH5 March DLC includes Flogging Molly, The Crue, and OK Go

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 25 February 2010 17:31 GMT


Activision has announced the March release schedule for Guitar Hero 5 and it includes Blink-182, OK Go, Flogging Molly and some 80s hits from Mötley Crüe, The Go-Go’s and Night Ranger.

Here’s the release schedule:

  • March 4: Blink-182 – First Date, All The Small Things, Adam’s Song
  • March 11: OK Go – Here It Goes Again, Do What You Want, Get Over It
  • March 18: Flogging Molly – Requiem For A Dying Song, (No More) Paddy’s Lament, The Seven Deadly Sins
  • March 25: 80s Hits – Girls, Girls, Girls by Mötley Crüe’, We Got the Beat by The Go-Go’s, and Sister Christian by Night Ranger.

All song will be made available on Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii as Track Packs for 440 MSP or $5.49/£3.74/€5.12 or 550 Wii Points, respectively.

In addition, all songs in each pack will be released as downloadable singles for 160 MSP, $1.99/£1.36/€1.86, or 200 Wii Points.

Not a bad bit of offerings, really.

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Blink 182

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