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Guitar Hero: Second Impressions
Posted on Wednesday, November 9 2005 @ 18:48:55 PST

Second impressions on Guitar Hero:

The game is a blast to pick up and wail on, even though I've not progressed far. I find the layout more accomodating than the importer's counterpart Guitar Freaks.

What I'm displeased with thus far: Lack of improvisation. You cannot improvise in your music a-la Parappa the Rapper, a household name in the music genre. You cannot put in your own music to play along with a-la another famed importer's rhythm game vib ribbon. There's no online option. Albeit, these critiques are minor and it would be expecting quite a bit from this newcoming developer in rhythmesque gaming.

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