Takes the best of all Gh games - but not all of them.
Edward Balcerzak, Amazon
19 September 2014
Summary: Like all other guitar hero games, this edition comes with many of my favorite songs to play - but not all of them. Great variety of classic songs, and the graphics really combine to create an improved version of the earliest GH games.
Summary: This game is really good, consisting of the most popular songs in the Guitar Hero series (ass the name obviously states, i know...). Gameplay is the same as we have seen in the series so far, and so are the graphics. I just fell there should be more options for the customization of the guitars.
Summary: Getting this game was a good choice because I enjoy listening to the older songs, especially the master tracks. Not for everyone, but if you like guitar hero and good classic rock you can't go wrong for twenty bucks.
Summary: This a great family night game at home, and a deployment tradition down range. it's a good intro yo rock classics, as well as more contemporary stuff that's fun to play, plus the drums are a workout!
Summary: If you're new to the world of music rhythm games, there are only two Guitar Hero-games you'll ever need. The first is Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock , which is what anyone ought to begin with; great music, awesome career, wonderful difficulty progression for learners, cool cameos. This is the other one, Guitar Hero: Smash Hits (or Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits as it's known in Europe).
Summary: I saw my kids playing the Guitar Hero games and recognized many of the songs included. Once I learned to play the game myself I started getting the games for the classic rock songs they contained. I bought Smash Hits to take to a party with some of our friends because it had the most recognizable songs from my generation. After one of my friends got the hang of the guitar controller, he was into it.