Excerpt: Guitar Hero: Smash Hits brings everything Guitar Hero together, from the storyline to the features to the songs. The story, this time around, has a very Mortal Kombat or Twisted Metal feel to it, with the very best from around the world being lured to a worldwide competition to prove who is the...
Conclusion: Guitar Hero Smash Hits isn't a bad idea, but the execution is less than perfect, with strange sound mixes and no possible DLC. Given that this is the third of five Guitar Hero products to be released in 2009, making it feel like nothing but a cash grab.
Conclusion: Guitar Hero: Smash Hits is not a new game. It's old stuff with new bits . Determining if it's actually worth the asking price comes down to a formula: master tracks + full band - new notes/gimmicks + online play - weird sound = your call.
Summary: Turn down the lights, crank up the amps and prepare to command center stage as some of the most famous AND infamous tracks from previous Guitar Hero titles. Step into the spotlight in the most epic, full band jam session to date — Guitar Hero Smash Hits.
Excerpt: You guys should know that I'm a sucker for compilations. While I'm not that guy who buys all of those compilation discs off of those terrible infomercials, I do enjoy videogame compilations such as this one.