Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
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2 August 2011
Summary: A pretty good start to the Wii versions of the game. Not impressive or fantastic, but it's worth playing most definitely. This was slightly before the very first ROCK BAND was released and Guitar Hero started copying off all their ideas like crazy, so GUITAR HERO is most original at this point.
Summary: love the song list for this game but there is nothing other than that to set it apart from the others so if you have played one then you have played them all but i still love going back for more
Summary: First Guitar Hero game that I have purchased. I enjoyed learning and actually performing the notes on my tiny gameplay guitar. Spent about two weeks perfecting the songs to an average of 95%. Then I didn't care anymore. Really no game play to this type of game at all.
Summary: I've played this game from 2008 onwards, and have never looked back. The game is addictive to people like me who haven't played a real guitar and the song list for me is the best of the whole series. 10/10.
Summary: First off, I'd like to say that i think the principle behind guitar hero is good. Its addictive and exiting, great fun to be had on your own or with freinds. The graphics, the characters, the way it's presented and plays is all really great and makes the player feel like a true guitar hero.
Summary: On the note of "cool", if you don't understand that a majority of games get sold on hype alone and people LOVE those games on hype alone then you should stop and ask yourself why you bought the last game you did. Games like GH are sold on hype and "cool"...
Summary: Griper you think that commenting without play the game its a good option? Well... Guitar Hero its the same think as Dancing genre, need practice and skill, if you are a noob that never played a guitar or something else, leave the game and aclaim it and cry in your bed.
Summary: Simply an incredible game, and the most fun I've had with any video game in many years. There's a very good reason why the console versions are STILL selling out at stores, months after the game's release. Warning: you will need a powerful PC to be able to play this.
Summary: Anyone with a single rock bone in their body HAS to buy this game. The concept is simple but the game be as challenging as you want to make it. Try playing Dragonforce on Expert and you'll see what I mean.