A mixed bag this one, but overall, could have been better
4 March 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?
Probably the Game that most milked the franchise and killed Red Octane
R. HELLER, Amazon
15 February 2010
Summary: Guitar Hero Greatest Hits or Smash Hits in the USA, is fun game but poorly implemented. The premise of this game is all the best songs from previous titles of the series (I - Areosmith) are included with Full Band support but the idea falls short of the fact that everyone has different musical...
Excerpt: The Guitar Hero series has generally steered well of cash-in efforts, even if their Rock the 80s game was too lean for the £30 asking price. However, the Greatest Hits game doesn't offer a lot for hardcore Guitar Hero fans and is for the most part offering a service that Harmonix should allow...
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: Jeu très amusant même si je n'ai pas pu en profiter une seule fois puisque une fois mis dans la console (pour la première fois) un message d'erreur : disque illisible, s'affichait.. Impossible d'y jouer, même sur une autre Xbox
Summary: Pour un jeu supposé reprendre le meilleur de la série jusqu'à Guitar Hero World Tour, on ne peut qu'être déçu. Evidemment, il y a de très bons titres. Mais également une quantité non négligeable de morceaux plus ou moins obscurs, difficilement qualifiables de "Greatest Hits".