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Guitar Hero Member Review for the PS2

Bigmoe22 By:
Bigmoe22
12/24/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Sim 
PLAYERS 1- 2 
PUBLISHER Red Octane 
DEVELOPER Harmonix 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Mild Lyrics

What do these ratings mean?

                               Rock 'n' Roll, dudes!

Amazing. Thats what I'm gonna say. Amazing.

Lets say, you love music more than life itself. Lets say you just like video games that look awesome and are awesome. Then You love Guitar Hero for the PS2. The greatest music game ever. (Isn't it like the first?)

With its hard rockness and wicked tracks, this is a game to remember. How to play you ask? I'm not gonna tell. that'd be cheating!

When you first play this game you see the trailer, and then The "Press any button to begin" thing. A piece of paper flys up and It makes you create a Band name. Make the band name something cool, like Twilight, or Revolution Rock, or Chocalate rabbits. (No one will take you seriously if that is your band name.) Then you pick a character and guitar, and you are ready to rock 'n' roll!

You have 4 difficulties: easy, medium, hard, and expert. Expert is insanely kick ass hard so don't choose that right away. Obviously you choose easy.

The songs in this game are stellar and have amazing guitar solos. You have to beat the whole game to get all the songs.

Another cool thing is The Shop. You can buy songs, guitars, and way more. Only if you have enough money. Which SUCKS!

Another cool part is the many venues, which you also get by going through the game. So from a dude's basement to a giant stage with like 10,000 people, the places are awesome thanks to the designers at Harmonix. Star Power is awesome. super charge your power.

This game is still sucky in some parts.

You have to beat all the songs 4 times on different difficults to beat the game. The  Star Power can get really wonky on the guitar. Some songs are Just plain stupid.

I have one Question though.

                                  Are you ready to rock?

 


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