SYN Demo

I haven’t actually listened to this yet, and I’m not sure that Bradley has either, but this is what we produced for our SYN training this last month.  It was very fun and impossible to fail. :D



We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow.

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Band Hero review

All the way back in, er, September, Esoteric wrote about The Beatles: Rock Band. So now that Band Hero has been released I thought I’d give you an overview of that.


The newest instalment in Activision’s Guitar Hero series (They’ve owned it since Guitar Hero 3, when Harmonix went off to make Rock Band), Band Hero is a spin-off with a focus on multiplayer, and allows the game to behave more like the Rock Band series. Read more of this post

Rock Hero.

On the one hand:

Once upon a time, back in Guitar Hero 3, I had the time and attention necessary to at least become somewhat skilled at using the guitar peripheral – at least to the point such that I was able to play on Hard.

Two years since, I’ve lost that relative determination and I am now perfectly contented to play on medium. Medium gets the game finished, gets the single player experience out of the way, and leaves room for multiplayer fun. Read more of this post