Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock to hit PC and Mac users

Aspyr Media will make its popular musical video game available to PC and Mac gamers for the first time ever

Aspyr Media will make its popular musical video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, available to PC and Mac gamers for the first time ever in the next month.

The PC and Mac versions will match their console counterparts with "explosive" new content and features including a multiplayer action-inspired battle mode, gruelling boss battles, a host of exclusive unlockable content and visually stunning rock venues, according to the developer.

The game will feature more than 70 songs in the set list, and more original master tracks than ever before, and expanded online multiplayer game modes.

The company plans to ship the Mac and PC versions of Guitar Hero III within a few weeks of the game's console versions, which are expected to be released in October.

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