With a killer track list, exciting new Quest mode, social networking, and more challenges and star rewards than most of us could ever earn in this lifetime, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock is easily the biggest and the best installment of the franchise to date.
By far my favorite guitar hero game i currently own all the dlc songs witch gives me 715 songs to play from the controls are smooth and the graphics look better then all the other versions also the 80 songs that come included on the game disc are all quite good if you're into guitar hero and havent bought this one yet make sure to purchase it also love the new story mode and star power ups as opposed to playing gigs
Rock - It's all about it. The latest chapter on Activision's franchise if one of its best so far, with a huge tracklist and plenty of new gameplay styles. Plus, we have a better graphic interface, tutorials, tons of multiplayer options... It's quite everything a die-hard could expect, only it doesn't change anything musically speaking.
It doesn't break any new ground, it just offers up a solid, fun, and still addicting package. If you're a long time fan, Warriors of Rock is a no brainer. If you're a newcomer, just be aware of what you're getting into.
They didn't risk too much for this last iteration. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock is mostly designed for the gamer fan seeking the Full Combo thrill. Its production values are more than fair, its playlist well furnished, and you can always import tracks from other versions for a small price. If you're fond of the tracklist, you can get it; if you're more like me, expecting more innovations, and expecting to play the plastic guitar somewhat more like you'd play the real one, maybe you'd better wait for its main competitor.
To be fair, there are some good songs in the game, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, Def Leppard's Pour Some Sugar on Me, Aerosmith's Crying, Edgar Winter Group's Free Ride. Not a Rush fan myself but they shouldn't use more than one song by them. One artist at a time. The next time they make another Guitar Hero, they should put songs that were featured in the Rock Band games like The Clash's Should I Stay or Should I Go, Deep Purple's Highway Star, Primus' Jerry Was a Race Car Driver, Judas Priest's Painkiller an others. At least the game uses downloadable content.
The guitar hero series has been very popular for many years. out of all of them this is the worst. it almost seems like neversoft is desperate to make more guitar hero games. its basically a guitar hero game with abad gameplay and bad characters. Guitar hero has run dry. Move on to Rock Band.
The worst music game ever made. So cheesy it made me want to stab out my eyes and ears. The song selection starts of fairly relevant but the story progression and game modes make no sense. Once you get through the first few levels the song selection goes to pot. Live tracks, loads of 70s and 80s one hit wonders. This game had absolutely no direction. If your little brother designed a Guitar Hero game it would be better than this. Good riddance.