Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero Greatest Hits
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23 May 2014
Summary: Much like Halo Wars before it, this game fills in some of the gaps in the Halo story while experimenting with a new gameplay style. While Halo Wars was a RTS, this is a twin-stick shooter, and a darn good one at that. It feels like a steal for just $9.99.
Summary: + 1 for adding to the Halo storyline, but honestly, this game is bad. The only redeeming feature is that the UI of the menus feels like you're using a dataslate. Otherwise this game is terrible. It really is only a cash grab with the micro sales, which themselves really anger gamers alone.
Summary: This game is nothing more than a poorly-made, micro-transaction cash machine, draped in Halo clothing. It is a terribly boring, repetitive, clunky shooter with terrible controls. I'd expect this kind of game from EA, but I'm embarrassed for the Halo franchise that they let this out the door.
Summary: As a fairly new player to the Guitar Hero series (i recently got World Tour as a gift!) i thought GH: Smash Hits would be a worthy purchase, being able to play the cream-of-the crop of songs from previous GH releases with the full band.
Summary: Activision is seriosly trying to ruin th GH Franchise. Look at what happened to Singstar. Dozens and dozens of Sibgstars came out and ppl got annoyed. Same might soon happen to Guitar Hero since we r gonna face 3 more Band games from Activision this year (Van Halen, GH5, Band Hero).
A mixed bag this one, but overall, could have been better
21 February 2011
Summary: Ok - First things first - 48 tracks with full band support for £24.99. Thats pretty good value in my opinion. However, what I can't understand is why not release all of these tracks as downloadable content? World Tour has a music store built into it so why not use it?
Activision continues to milk the Guitar Hero brand...
21 February 2011
Summary: Activision continues to milk the Guitar Hero brand it inherited from Harmonix, now rehashing old games' songs as a full prize game, and while a "best of" pack isn't that bad of an idea, the presentation and charting are terrible (played all the way through the demo) and scream "cash in".