Excerpt: Guitar Hero is back on the Nintendo DS for the third time in just under a year. This time Activision is releasing Guitar Hero On Tour Modern Hits. The funny thing (to me at least) is none of these songs fit into my definition of a hit.
Excerpt: When Guitar Hero first arrived on the DS many praised the game for its originality, innovativeness and for making a seamless transition from console to handheld. The set list rocked and made it the must-have DS game for Guitar Hero fans and DS owners alike.
Excerpt: Modern Hits is the third Guitar Hero On Tour game for the Nintendo DS. The game includes, like the previous ones, the Guitar Grip and pick stylus, but they are only compatible with the DS and DS lite not the DSi.
Summary: It’s hard to believe that the game first passed off as being a DDR -on-guitar clone turned out to be not only fantastic, but to start a phenomenon. Yet here we are 4 years later, and Guitar Hero is on nearly every major console and is played by every generation of gamers, including some who "hate...
Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits (Nintendo DS) Review
25 July 2009
Summary: Just as the art form itself is open to experimentation and only held back by a person's imagination, so too should music be playable wherever you are, allowed to burst out spontaneously no matter your location.
Excerpt: When Guitar Hero was originally announced for the Nintendo DS, everyone was confused. The main question was how they would tackle the interface. Was there going to be a quirky peripheral to tack onto the DS, or a more conventional interface, as was the case with Elite Beat Agents?
Excerpt: Mario is often cited as the king of milked franchises, but you must understand something. His milking took place over several console generations, throughout several years. Mario is an established icon that has been around since the late 80’s, so it isn’t surprising to see several games baring his...