Conclusion: Confrontation is a throwback to a much loved era in gaming. Not only are the visuals quite dated, looking like something out of the original Diablo , the game style follows suit. The game plays as a squad based action RPG in the mould of the classic Baldur’s Gate or games of that ilk.
Review: Guitar Hero: Smash Hits (Microsoft Xbox 360)
29 November 2009
Summary: Story/Modes: ABOVE AVERAGE Graphics: GOOD Sound: VERY GOOD Control/Gameplay: GREAT Replayability: ENJOYABLE Balance: ENJOYABLE Originality: WORTHLESS Addictiveness: MEDIOCRE Appeal Factor: GOOD Miscellaneous: VERY BAD Final Score: DECENT GAME With Activision now seemingly pumping out a new Guitar...
Conclusion: CON'S: -Careers(at least on expert) require all songs to be beaten (again) -Poor multiplayer -Poorly re-charted tracks -Difficult game for casual players -HOPO's = poo -The inclusion of lame, boring songs(Barracuda, Hit Me With Your Best Shot) -The exclusion of good, fun songs(Hangar 18, Jordan,...
Summary: You'll fall into one of three categories when it comes to Guitar Hero: Smash Hits. You either haven't played these songs yet and want to
you've played them before and don't see the need to play them again
you love greatest hits compilations and will sell your old copies of the other games and get...
Excerpt: Ever been playing your copy of Guitar Hero 3, trying to run the gauntlet that is 'Through the Fire and Flames', and wished that a couple of your friends could jump in and share the pain? Now, you can, with Guitar Hero: Smash Hits.
Summary: It's easy to be cynical about a game like Guitar Hero: Smash Hits. By design this package contains no new licensed music and adds nothing to the standard Guitar Hero formula. It's a full-price game that features half the songs of either Guitar Hero World Tour or the upcoming Guitar Hero 5.
Summary: One could certainly argue that Guitar Hero: Smash Hits is nothing more than a glorified expansion pack. But there's definitely enough content in this game to warrant a look, even if you already own these songs in older Guitar Hero games.
Excerpt: There is no question that the Guitar Hero franchise has become a household name and a mega-hit for Activision. Guitar Hero games have been around since November 2005 and the franchise is not showing any signs of slowing down.