Summary: Personally I did not enjoy this game at all. You cannot see the buttons your pushing up on the screen, and all of the songs are EXTREMELY long and almost all from before 2000. But again this is my personal opinion. I currently use this game to teach my four year old little brother where to put his hands and how to play on this a little before I let him touch my electric guitar.
Summary: I bought Guitar Hero III after really enjoying Guitar Hero II and at first, thought it was amazing. In about 3 months time, I had comletely stopped playing it and decided to trade it in at the local game shop. Guitar Hero III isn't a bad game as such, just the song selection is no where near as good as Guitar Hero II or Rock Band (which I now own and is superior to Guitar Hero III). For the rest of this review, I will now compare it to Rock Band.
Cons: Worse then it's competetitor (Rock Band) and it's predocessor (Guitar Hero II)
Summary: Guitar Hero 3 is a brilliant game. Not as good as Rock Band but a great game. Beware though there is a major design fault with the guitar. After a while the two piece guitar will become loose. You'll notice when you keep missing notes that you know you're hitting perfect. Wiggle the neck and you'll start hitting them again. You can find help on the net to fix the problem, mainly by taking the neck of the guitar apart.
Summary: I would like to know why there is two diffrent stages in starting it up. First time the lights blink slow. Second time I hit the PS button, it blinks fast. I am just wondering cause thier is no where what says in the manual why this is. I guess it don't really matter cause it will not pick up on the PS3. Going to return it and try a diffrent one.
Pros: Looks good!
Cons: Cannot get it to work on my system yet. I am sure that it will be nice once I get one that works.