Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero: On Tour Decades
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Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D Review
7 July 2011
Excerpt: As a minigame in Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5 , The Mercenaries was a welcome bonus: the core action of the game proper, stripped of story and turned into an addictive, timed score-attack mode. As a stand-alone 3DS game, though, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D feels awfully slight. It's the same mode, gussied up with unlockable content and a new skill system, posing as a full-sized game.
Pros: Fun, addictive score-attack action, Good-looking character models, scenery
Cons: Shortage of content, Some jerky animation, Lack of leaderboards
Excerpt: Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades is the second Guitar Hero game to appear on the DS, and in many ways it is indistinguishable from the first. Unfortunately, one of the ways it remains indistinguishable is in the ergonomic issues caused by the game's control scheme. The fret button controller that plugs into the DS' GBA port is in many ways a very innovative way to simulate the Guitar Hero experience on a portable system.
Summary: Handheld gamers will once again have the freedom to unleash their inner rock star anywhere, anytime with Vicarious Visions' Guitar Hero On Tour Decades which will now also introduce song share between NDS players with different versions of On Tour.
Summary: In almost every way Guitar Hero: On Tour Decades is exactly like the original. It still hurts your hand, has tinny audio and doesn't feel quite right. On the other hand, it does have a better list of songs and a cool mode where you can share songs with friends. There's a lot to like here, but it's almost impossible to enjoy this portable Guitar Hero when you're hand is throbbing after each and every song! This product was submitted by the publisher for review.