By failing to cater for one-off coop songs and leaving the boss battle songs out of multiplayer altogether (until you get the DLC pack at least, which is something PS2 and Wii players won’t be able to do), Legends of Rock doesn’t come across as quite as huge a step up from II as that in turn was from the first game. Don’t get us wrong, though – it’s clearly amazing and the new guitar is to die for.
Can we just talk about how **** cool guitar hero 3 is?
Like you’re a musician in a cover band becoming so popular for covering peoples songs that eventually “real” artists start challenging you to guitar battles. And when you kick their butts they **** play an encore with you since you gained their respect.
Then this eventually culminates with a **** guitar battle with the actual devil for clout. And what song do you play against the devil? None other than The Devil Went Down to Georgia. I don’t even think you were in Georgia at the time.
And when you kick his ass, because you’re the best that’s ever been, you’re rewarded with an encore playing the most ridiculously impossible song to play properly with **** bowling gutters up so you can’t possibly fail.
Might be the best game ever made tbh.
Guitar Hero III é um jogo espetacular, sua setlist é magnífica, o modo história é meio deixado de lado por ter uma história meio genética, mas em si o jogo é bom, o coop funciona muito bem, modos de batalha de certa forma bem feitos, Recomendo
Neversoft did an admirable job, especially considering they had to take a legendary franchise and rebuild it from scratch. But for a series that I have traditionally given perfect scores and continuous editorial awards, I can’t help but feel a bit let down by some personally distasteful music and poor note designs.
The “ain’t broke, don’t fix” approach
is evident: The fundamental rhythms
and patterns of the game haven’t
changed, the structure of the career
mode remains intact, and the set list
is stocked with hits (as well as a few
stinkers). [Dec 2007, p.102]
By going real with the songs, next-gen with the graphics and online with the gameplay, it leaves the wishlist relatively barren. At the same time, it's not delivering us much new on the gameplay front, and in fact lags a bit in terms of smart strumming mechanics.
In all honesty we're given another Guitar Hero game that despite the inclusion of some wonderful co-op play and horrible new "boss" battles is just another expansion with a list of songs that are neither well balanced nor interesting.
great game ! awesome soundtrack ! ive played this and the pc vers i think theyre basically the same. and also havent played many other gh games. but i think this one might be the best and also think im not alone it that statement
A pretty good start to the Wii versions of the game. Not impressive or fantastic, but it's worth playing most definitely. This was slightly before the very first ROCK BAND was released and Guitar Hero started copying off all their ideas like crazy, so GUITAR HERO is most original at this point.
I do not know what to say, Its good but not quite what I hoped. Basically Guitar Hero doesn't live the hype as Rock Band . The game is great for people that are new to the music genre but wont you play something more creative . GH and GH2 were awesome good music, fun co-op , but this installment isn't the right one.
The feeling guitar hero gives after the first month or two is... disappointing! The amount of effort put into making this bunch of games is quite amazing and inspiring to musicians and electricians alike... but unfortunately.... the slang for this game would usually be, "It's ok, i guess" NO! it's dismal after 2 months so it's 4!
SummaryFire up the fretboard, crank up the amp and get ready to rock like never before. Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock drops you into the spotlight of the largest and most legendary rock concert ever. The star-studded soundtrack includes master tracks by such legendary artists as Guns N’ Roses, The Rolling Stones, Beastie Boys, Muse and Pearl...