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Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
Game Over Online
12 November 2015
Excerpt: It must be a little intimidating for a developer to take the reigns of an established franchise like Guitar Hero, the cultural phenomenon that it’s become, and attempt to meet the expectations of its fans with a new installment.
Conclusion: Make sure you like the track listing though otherwise you could have a hardtime enjoying it. If you have a freind who is also good at guitar hero the CO-OP career can be very fun and get you alot of the points :) However i would recomend buying either RB2 or GH:WT now if you have the money because i...
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Excerpt: Although Guitar Hero® III: Legends of Rock has been out in Australia for awhile now, Impulse Gamer somehow missed this review and thanks to Activision, we can now can now share our verdict on this brilliant edition to the franchise.
Excerpt: You know, I keep wondering, what would I have done if I was in Neversoft's shoes? You've just been handed the reigns of one of the best selling multi-platform franchises of the last few years, and you know that in order to succeed, the game needs a spark of new life, a new hook.
Excerpt: If you haven't played a Guitar Hero game by now, it's probably down to one of two reasons: you're so rhythmically disinclined that letting you loose on the dance floor is tantamount to arming an epileptic with a battle axe in a crowded room and turning the strobes on.
Excerpt: For proof that Cinderella stories can happen even in the world of videogames, one need look no further than the Guitar Hero franchise. When the series started a few years back, it was an almost off the radar game that only the most hardcore rhythm game fanatics were following.