Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
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I LOVE IT BUT!!!
21 June 2011
Summary: I LOVE IT BECAUSE I KNOW ALL THE SONG AND JUST LOVE IT I RATED IT 3 BECAUSE IT DOES NOT CONNECT WITH THE BAND HERO GUITAR BUT I THINK MINES BROKEN OR SOMETHING CAUSE I KNOW IT CAN CONNECT WITH OTHER GUITAR HERO AND ROCK BAND GAMES
Summary: Hello, I am a very intense guitar hero player,and I am very picky about the graphics and the quality of my guitar.I bought this game because a lot of people told me that it was 'awesomely coooool',so I got it.I liked it, but the graphics weren't that good but the song selection is great.And about the guitar, the guitar was okay but it felt very cheap and sometimes the buttons would slightly stick.
Summary: this game is okay but it sort of is hard because when you play on hard it sometimes makes it impossible like making a 5 note chord so if you intend to be breaking records on expert mode dont get this game.
Summary: I have all of the GH games (except Aerosmith) and Rock Band 2. GH3 has the lowest ratio of replayable songs of all of them. Out of what, 73 songs I will replay about 5 of them. And on the PS2, the save times are a deal breaker. It takes SO LONG between songs. That said, this game rates the third star solely on the strength of Cliffs of Dover and Cult of Personality, two of the funnest songs on any of the games.
Summary: Well what can I say? I was just a little disappointed with this game, but maybe my expectations were just a little to high. For one thing, the song list was anything but great. The title of the game is "Legends of Rock" and what do you get.....The Beastie Boys and Pat Benatar? Come on now...their were so many better choices, say Led Zepelin, Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, etc...
Summary: Playing Guitar Hero III is like watching that garage band you loved when they were nobodies sell out to commercial interests and lose all their personality in the process. Neversoft managed to take an amazing game and make it lackluster and bland. Songs: The songs are a matter of personal preference, I guess. For the most part the set list is good, but once cannot help but get the feeling that they are trying to appeal to a much narrower audience than in past games.
Summary: My boyfriend and I rented this game to see if it was worth buying. First off, I like to use a pick (a nice thick Stubby bass pick) but when I use it, the game registers it as a double hit, so I had to basically re-learn how to play without the pick. That leaves back and forth strumming out of the question. It also seems VERY inaccurate. I feel like I'm playing off beat when I hit the notes right (and I'm not even using an HDTV, which would need to be calibrated).
Summary: Well, after playing GH 1&2, I wasn't expecting anything really groundbreaking. I was, however, expecting the best song list of the line, as many gaming sites stated. As always, Guitar Hero stands or falls on the strength of the songs, and while there are some good songs, overall I wasn't impressed. So three quick notes if your considering buying it: 1- Have a look at the song list first, as you will enjoy it much more with songs you know and/or like.
Great for single player, but the multiplayer in the PS2 version is broken
7 December 2007
Summary: Buyer beware: there is no co-op quickplay in the PS2 version of this game. The single-player is fine (although it lacks the DLC of the current-gen versions), but if you want to play co-op, you need to start a co-op career mode band and unlock ALL the songs ALL OVER AGAIN. Cheat codes are no help either. I understand this issue has been fixed with a downloadable patch on the 360 version, but us PS2 owners have been kind of left out to dry.