Get $20 Virtual Cash for Preordering Guitar Hero Live

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Retailer GameStop has announced more preorder bonuses for Activision's upcoming music game, Guitar Hero Live. Everyone who preorders from GameStop will receive $20 worth of "Hero Cash" for the game's online-focused Guitar Hero TV mode. In addition, you'll get a double-sided poster.

Hero Cash for GHTV has a number of uses, including getting access to songs on-demand instead of only when the come into rotation. You can also spend the cash on personalization items and Premium Shows.

Everyone who preorders Guitar Hero Live at GameStop will also receive a 30-day trial for streaming music service Pandora's ad-free version, Pandora One.

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In addition, all preorders for Guitar Hero Live (at GameStop and elsewhere) come with access to GHTV's Avenged Sevenfold Premium Show. This special event, themed around the "Bat Country" metal band, will be available from launch on October 20 through November 2.

For more on GHTV's Premium Shows, and Guitar Hero Live in general, be sure to read GameSpot's in-depth interview with developer FreeStyle Games. You can also see a list of the latest confirmed songs for the game here.

Guitar Hero Live launches on October 20 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, and mobile devices.

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Anxious for this game to release already. Then, after it bombs, I'll only have to read a couple articles about how much it sucks, and it should fade away into history once again.

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Preorder incentives have made fools out of gamers.

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No. Just, no. **** Activision.