Guitar Hero 5 rocks with a huge song library and tons of new features, like the ability to have four drummers (or any instrument) playing locally.
Sure Guitar Hero is amazing, but taking it on the road was a little difficult. Now that it’s out for the Nintendo DS, gamers can rock out anytime, and don’t even need roadies.
With extreme popularity and a developer switch, we thought we should cover Guitar Hero III in great depth, so here is our second review of the game on multiple platforms.
Guitar Hero II takes off like a bat out of hell, laying rubber and continuing the awesome rock n’ roll play along genre right where the original left off.
Guitar Hero lets you become a rock star, playing a well-made guitar at the right time to really power up your rock avatar. Truly it’s an ingenious and fun game.
In The Groove looks at first like any number of dance titles on the market, but the gameplay and replay ability is much stronger here.