Good, but more different from Frequency than I thought it would be.
6 May 2011
Summary: Bought this game because I loved Frequency and wanted to check out the sequel. It was a little hard getting used to at first because they changed so much about how the game works from Frequency to Amplitude. Overall a pretty good game.
Summary: This is a really fun classic game. It is like a prequel to Guitar Hero. Once you start playing it you are hooked, hours pass without you realizing it. I played it a long time ago when it was new so I decided to see if I still liked it as much as I did back then, the answer is a resounding YES!
Summary: this is a great ps2 game that is a guitar hero copied. the way you play this game is that you use l1 R1 and R2 to hit the notes coming in a certain combo thats held by a green line. Then after you hit that you use the control pad to move over. the playlist for the time it came out is pretty beast. Theres for modes to play it: easy normal brutal and insane. there are even power ups when you hit notes shaped like triangles, squares or rectangles.
Summary: The songs are cool, but some of them are a little confusing when trying to keep the multipliers going (the green arrows are helpful, but can get lost with everything going on). The freestyle is pretty cool, and so is remixing the tracks.
Summary: i purchased both this game and its brother, frequency as gifts for friends because i knew how many hours of fun and addiction they both gave me. while this game shares many similarities with frequency it possesses a broader range of music (as opposed to mainly techno/electronic) which some may like or dislike. on a game play level, amplitude abandons the 8 track circle for more of a shallow curve which provides a more "Guitar Hero x 8" feel.
Summary: This is a great game if you have a nack for music games, if not, it's still a great start. It's the successor to "Frequency" and does a few game play elements better. The only down side to this game is the taste in music genre. If you like pop, punk, and a little techno and rock/metal, you should have no problem with this game. I prefered part 1 because in that version you got more techno and metal with litte pop and slight rap.