Summary: This Guitar Hero game is great if you love a challenge but don't waste your time if you are only getting it because of your love of Van Halen. There are not enough of the great songs from their last couple of albums and there are SEVERAL guest bands doing covers on this game. As a side note, Eruption is the song to beat but you have to work yourself up to it.
Summary: Guitar Hero Van Halen overall is good. Don't be too serious of a player, the music is good but I found the difficulty to be a bit less than the newer games like Warriors of Rock. I had to up the difficulty level on this to get the same challenge feeling that I get on Guitar Hero 5 and Warriors of Rock. Once that adjustment was made it was really enjoyable, and it definitely provides lots of good tunes!
Summary: I'm using my mom's account to write this review so bare with me. I got this game for Christmas and loved it. It's a fun game to play and I was very surprised and pleased to see some Alternative tracks mixed into the game. As many have said before....No Hagar. Luckily, I'm a fan of both era's of Van Halen and I thought they were both great. I personally think the game would've sold amazing had they incorporated songs from both era's.
Summary: This game is fun to play, the set list is good, but, there is a lack of New VanHalen songs. The VanHalen Songs stop at 1984 album. Where are VanHalen classics like, "Why Can't This Be Love", "Love Walks In", "Black-n-Blue", "Right Now" and the ultimate Sammy song, as only VH can play it, "I can't Drive 55". While this is a fun game to play and the set list is good, there are more than a few songs missing.