Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
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The guitar arrived after nearly a month and the blue key sticks so it is useless. My boyfriend opened it up to see what ...
Carol Pingel, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: If u could choose zero stars I would. The guitar arrived after nearly a month and the blue key sticks so it is useless. My boyfriend opened it up to see what the problem is and the wire inside have been taken apart and taped back together with black electrical tape. I am awaiting information on a refund.
Summary: Guitar lasted for two days. The company sent a replacement, which also stopped working after two days. The seller then insinuated I was doing something to cause this. I picked up a used one from a coworker. Haven't had any problems since. The game itself is tons of fun.
Summary: Ordered product under the assumption that I would get the wireless guitar as well a the full game pack, what I received was a guitar with a wire that hooks to the XBOX 360 and a demo version of the game.
Summary: Very disappointed in this product. The guitar completely didn't work - just dead. In researching how to possibly solve the problem, I found online that the guitar was a known defective model as acknowledged by the original company that made it in 2006! That company was acquired and doesn't even exist anymore. Just terrible to have this sold as a new item.
Summary: Bought this bundle in order to get a guitar controller to play guitar hero and the yellow button broke within a few weeks. I didn't even play all that much. Not sure if the supposedly lightly used product tag was an outright lie or if these controllers are just poorly made. Either way I am extremely disappointed in this purchase.
Summary: i ordered a NEW guitar hero III legends of rock wired BUNDLE I got a used guitar no game no strap in a beatup box when contact seller they said was in like new condition thats it dont make the same mistake and order any thing from them
Summary: When the orginal Guitar Hero came out, that was one of the few games I really wanted for the PS2, which I did not have at the time. One of my friends got it, and I immediately fell in love. As a guitarist myself, I was really happy to see that people could play a rhythm-based game with rock music, as opposed to Dance Dance Revolution (which has primarily techno and dance music).