Yesterday we told you about the faulty Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock discs we'd discovered, which randomly become unreadable and make it harder to reach all the awesome Rush songs. We contacted Activision for a comment and confirmed that these disc issues are a thing. However, the evil publisher is offering to replace discs for those affected.
“Activision recently learned that some consumers may be experiencing a disc reading issue with Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock," states the publisher. "We are taking immediate action to research this issue including testing discs. In the event that consumers do experience a problem, they should contact Activision’s Customer Service Center directly at 800-225-6588. Naturally, Activision will honor its warranty and offer existing customers free replacement discs in exchange for any purchased defective disc. Activision is fully committed to satisfying every Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock fan so they can enjoy a great gaming experience.”
That's nice, but I won't be satisfied until I get my disc hands-delivered by Geddy Lee. And I want him riding a golden stallion. And I want him to have Stoppit & Tidyup on DVD.
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