Admittedly I didnâ€™t like the last Guitar Hero game: Metallica, I found I didnâ€™t like any of the songs mainly because they were heavy metal bands and when that happens I just donâ€™t think youâ€™re quite in the mood to try out songs that you donâ€™t quite know how the rhythm goes. I had the opportunity to try out Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits on the Xbox 360.
Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits celebrates the best moment in guitar hero history with a package that collects the most famous and infamous tracks from previous guitar hero titles. It features 48 master recordings and you have the chance of trying out the full band experience so you can join together the guitar, bass, drums and vocals in- game and rock to the songs voted as the most fun to play by you, the fans. I also managed to get hold of some drums as well, even though Iâ€™m terrible at them. I find them a bit hard to play at times. Again you can choose from beginner mode, which is my firm favorite or if youâ€™re a more advanced player you can try it out in expert mode. Expert mode is very difficult. The game allows you to play online or offline and gives you game modes such as Band career and 8 player â€˜battle of the Bandsâ€™, which allows two full bands to compete head to head online.
Brilliant tracks had me rocking out with my guitar to the latest sounds of this fine rhythm game. Eventually I unlocked new features, new guitars and new venues. This genuinely made me feel like a rock â€˜ roll God, even though I donâ€™t play that great. The music is catchy and enjoyable. The graphics are marvelous and colorful and pleasing on the eye.
Another fantastic game to add to the guitar hero titles. Easy to get into game, that offers music from the latest sounds. Youâ€™re just never want to put your guitar down once you start playing.
Everything you need from Guitar Hero is here.Â Superb music, along with eye catching graphics.
I rate this rhythm game 8 out of 10.
Once you start, you wonâ€™t want to stop. Be Warned.