Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero Greatest Hits
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Conclusion: Unless your soul bleeds Mjolnir, or the Church of Halo-tology demands you play it on pain of death, give Halo: Spartan Assault a pass. There's more fun to be had in one minute of any other Halo game than there is in all of Halo: Spartan Assault.
Excerpt: Taking place sometime between March 2553 and July 2557, Halo: Spartan Assault puts you in the role of a Spartan-IV on the first mission of the Spartan Ops programme during the Battle of Draetheus V, the start of the second war between the United Nations Space Command (UNSC) and the alien Covenant.
Summary: Halo: Spartan Assault is a solid if short top-down shooter that serves both solo- and co-op-minded players, but the influence of microtransactions makes for an overly limited experience. The low price point certainly makes the game more attractive, but the campaign length and lack of any sufficient skill- or score-based hooks won’t keep action fans or high-score chasers plugged in long after they’ve seen Palmer and Davis off.
Conclusion: A solid port of its mobile and PC counterparts, Halo: Spartan Assault is an enjoyable twin-stick shooter that provides little in the way of real longevity or value for money. Still, if you've nothing else left to play on Xbox One, you could do a lot worse.
Excerpt: I was going to write a really smart ass intro about how many Guitar Hero games are being released, but it's easier to simply relay the facts: by the end of 2009, 14 individual GH games will have been released since the beginning of 2008. That's more than one every two months. It's an insane figure, but it goes to show just how popular the one-time niche game has become.
Excerpt: A l'image d'un chanteur ayant vendu des millions d'albums, placé en tête des hits nombre de ses chansons, disposant d'une popularité sans faille et pouvant de ce fait produire des "best of", Guitar Hero Greatest Hits est la compilation de presque tous les Guitar Hero sortis à ce jour.
Conclusion: We understand the idignation of longtime fans and indeed owners of all previous Guitar Hero outings, but a) No one is forcing you to buy this and b) It's not for you anyway, so shut it.
Excerpt: There’s only one question to answer. Is Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits a bridge too far? When Guitar Hero: Rocks The 80’s was released a few years back, pretty much everyone had their suspicions over what was coming. It took a while, but as soon as Activision deviated from the tried and tested route of “improve game, release sequel” with Guitar Hero: Aerosmith and a few hundred thousand of us drunk the Kool-Aid, the path had been laid.