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Guitar Hero II Reader Review - 9.5
Dark_Jedi_86, IGN Entertainment
7 June 2007
Conclusion: First, of you haven’t played Guitar Hero before, it’s a very different kind of game than the archetypal figure of the contemporary videogame, which is a linear adventure or journey that you must finish. There really isn’t any way to “finish” Guitar Hero or beat it, rather the journey is one of musical development, enjoyment, and rocking out hardcore!
Conclusion: Guitar hero II for the xbox 360 is one of the best games around. The gameplay is solid and can last you for hours on end. Also that feeling you get when your just shredding on that guitar is the best. What's great about the 360 version is that it gives you around 10 new songs the graphics are better and you get to use that sick x-plorer controller. In the game you get to make your own band give them a name and chose what guitar hero you get to be along with a guitar.
Conclusion: I did not try the game but living with an avid gamer (my husband) I coped with lots of games that disturbs my life over the years. I never find a game as annoying as nothing for someone that does not play it than Guitar Hero II. It is awful to heard someone play because the tunes are terrible. He started to play this evening and already I want to take the guitar, hide it, give it away and to feel a little better, just destroy it with a hammer.
Summary: This game won't appeal to everyone. For a start it's a point and click adventure with at frequent times long lengthy complex dialogue. Movement especially in the troll like caves bit was horrendous and the fighting is also hard as invariably it is your character you are playing who looses and not your opponent. That aside the attention to detail both in story and graphics is impressive with you the player immersed into a epic story.
Summary: I adore this game, having played it a long while ago I decided to purchase it for my new Xbox 360, forgetting however that I cannot yet play it as 360's require an extra removable hard drive/memory card before this can be played! D'oh! Shame on me, but I love the gameplay (although battles can be trying due to slightly jerky responses) The graphics are fantastic, and the scenery is absolutely beautiful.
Summary: I remember reading about this for ages in the official for ages and saw some lovely scenes online but you don't see hardly any of them in game either in play or the cut scenes,there's very little to do no mini games and talking is kept to a minimum,the combat is the worst every possible as bad as Largo winch and the game play is very short,the extra playable characters make no sense and ad nothing to the story which doesn't even end,this could have been a great game,but...
Summary: i love point and click games so although this has been out a few years it had good reviews and i decided to try it. i found the auto save a problem because if i had missed something going back could be difficult. The game is good but not as enjoyable as some, broken sword and syberia for instance and controlling character movement is truly irritating.
A unique and hypnotic game, now available on Xbox Marketplace
Andromeda Descendent, amazon.co.uk
30 October 2009
Summary: I'd imagine most of the people now visiting this page are doing so because this game has a new lease of life as one of the Xbox Originals "games on demand", so I'll answer the questions I myself had before I downloaded it from Marketplace. Although it may seem to be an RPG, it's an adventure/puzzle game set in both in a fantasy universe and a futuristic version of the real world.