Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
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Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
29 May 2008
Excerpt: The much-awaited installment of the Guitar Hero series is finally here, with Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock . Everyone's favorite riff-squealin', guitar jammin' party game is back with a vengeance. For those of you who aren't familiar with Guitar Hero , the U.I. features a fretboard coming towards you in perspective, with color-coded discs between the strings, indicating which buttons to press.
Conclusion: It may seem like I hate Guitar Hero 3, but I really don’t, I wanted everybody to know what has changed and how it affects the game. We all love the Guitar Hero franchise, if it wasn’t for these games nobody would ever spend a hundred dollars or more on a single video game, sorry Sega but once again you were ahead of your time with Samba de Amigo, people didn't want to play a hundred dollars for a maraca game..
PS2/PS3 Review - 'Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock'
6 March 2008
Summary: Guitar Hero fans will channel their inner rock god using Gibson Guitar's Les Paul and Kramer models, experience new features and explosive content including a new multiplayer action-inspired battle mode, grueling boss battles, a bevy of exclusive unlockable content and authentic rock venues.
Conclusion: Only a few blemishes hold Guitar Hero III back, like the underwhelming battle mode, fewer characters, some graphical quirks, unrelenting difficulty, and some annoying in-game advertising. However, it’s a series that really has staying power. It’s still as fun to play as it's even been, and the huge song list full of original recordings, online play, and new wireless guitars make it irresistible for rhythm gamers.
Conclusion: Guitar Hero 3 chegou para atender aos pedidos de “encore” dos fãs de rock. Munido do melhor repertório da série (e são mais de 70 músicas em versões originais -- não covers -- a serem tocadas), muita tralha para comprar, novos personagens, celebridades e melhores opções no quesito dois jogadores, o jogo é provavelmente o melhor dos quatro produzidos até a atualidade.
Pros: Setlist bem equilibrado, com bandas novas e clássicos, sem covers;, Modo “Carreira” para dois jogadores;, Quinquilharias mil a serem compradas;, Celebridades jogáveis;, Duelos de guitarra.
Cons: Bastante difícil;, Novos gráficos decepcionam a princípio.