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After the release of Guitar Hero 3, consumers started to notice a huge issue with the Wii version of Guitar Hero 3: Legends of Rock. Gamers began reporting that the sound quality was fixed to mono and there were no options for stereo within the game, preventing many gamers from properly "Rocking Out". Now that Activision is aware of the issues, which probably had something to do with the thousands of angry fans sending hate mail, they are currently working on fixing the problem.

The bad news is for whatever reason they can't fix this with a patch, but the good news is they have announced that they will be running a program which will offer free replacement discs for the Wii starting in 2008. Nice!

Rhy-Ming Poon, a spokeswoman from Activision: "We recently became aware that some consumers have not been able to enjoy the full audio output in the Nintendo Wii version of Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. We're currently working with Nintendo and are planning to issue an improved audio experience in the game's future versions. We expect to have remastered discs available by early 2008 and will be offering consumers replacement discs at no cost when they become available".

While it's surprising to me that such a high profile game, based completely around good sounding music, could go out the door and have a feature like this over-looked. At least in the end, Activision has decided to do the right thing; step up, admit their mistake and replace everyones disks at no cost! So make sure if you have Guitar Hero 3: Legends of Rock for Wii that you get your replacement disks when Activisions replacement disk program starts in 2008.

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Original Post: Replacement Disks for Guitar Hero 3 on the Wii in 2008