Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
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20 March 2015
Summary: Red Octane and Activision are back for another set, this time with Neversoft at the helm since lead guitarist Harmonix got a big head and left the group to form a new Rock Band. For the most part, Guitar Hero III is more of the same great guitar playing we all love, but just like when any outsider...
Conclusion: The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai does Achievements a bit differently than most games. The scoring has been massaged to match some of the objectives. So, you’ll get the odd number of 13 GS Points to impale—you guessed it—13 foes.
Conclusion: The look and feel of GH3 is a mixed bag. The gameplay segments are sharper than ever, with the character models improved, but also doing a better job of looking like they’re involved in the particular song you’re playing (right down to the singer’s lip synching).
Conclusion: Of course, you can’t talk about OutRun without mentioning the truly legendary soundtrack. All the music you know and love has made the jump to the new version, so you can look forward to motoring along to old favourites like Magical Sound Shower, Splash Wave and Risky Ride.
Conclusion: Monster Hunter Freedom Unite has had incredibly long legs in Japan; many up-and-coming gamers enjoyed it. The sheer amount of depth and entertainment to be had with the game is exceptional, and it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to hear that it is also one of the best titles to grace the PSP.
Conclusion: For any fan of strategy RPGs, Disgaea 3 is a good game to pick up. For any fan of the Disgaea series, the game is a great one to pick up. Its less than stellar graphics don’t detract from it, and there is more strategy in the game than in any of the series before.