Summary: This is not a game. It doesn't mean it can't be fun, but there is a distinction to be made here. I bought this when I was 17 and did not have much passion for writing music so I really got little value from it but others might appreciate it more.
KUDOS to whomever came up with the idea - there is no longer any chord or song too difficult to play with this baby!
13 January 2012
Summary: KUDOS to whomever came up with the idea - a believable $19 Pocket Guitar when teamed up with a pair of speakers! Kudos to the inventor of this DS program. ANYONE can play this and sound like a pro with a few rhythmic flicks of the stylus in hand.
Summary: I'm not going to get too deep into explaining all of the features of the game, just the main points, so bear with me. My main problem with this game is the lack of features. Yes, it's got all the standard chords and the ability to change them all slightly, but the game feels more like a tech demo...
Summary: I didn't see a comparison review between this game and its sequel. Naturally I first opted for the sequel, because of the obvious added improvements. But JS2 was uncomfortable to play, no matter how much I adjusted my wrist, or the way I strummed the touch pad.
Summary: Its educational for younger players.It would get them into playing instruments like the guitar if they like it.I like it a lot.I thought it was a different game til i just now saw the commercial for the correct game but i got this game today just for $10.I think its a tromenduce game for young...
Summary: My wife and I picked up this game on a whim thinking it would be a fun musical game. What we ended up instead was a good guitar simulator, and not much game. The guitar simulator is quite flexible, but only remains fun for about fifteen minutes.
Summary: This is an excellent idea by Ubisoft, don't get me wrong, but it is horribly implemented. The songs that are included in this "game" are more like sheet music, and after you play them there is nothing left to do.