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bit-tech :Guitar Hero III:Legends of Rock
Posted by newsbot on November 21st 2007



One of the major complaints some of us had about the game toowas thatthe songs seemed a bit poorly chosen and that there were long periodsof inactivity. Sure, there's times when you need a moment to get yourfunk back and rest your hand but for some songs these pauses areincredibly long. You can honestly spend a good 30 to 60 seconds justsat at your TV, waiting for the song to start again.Another thing to take into consideration is the price – the old guitarsare compatible with the new game, but we’d definitely recommend the newwireless model. This naturally drives the price up by a few bobhowever. In the end, it all comes down to the songs and a personal taste. Ifyour musical palette can stand to see the likes of The Who mixing withRage Against The Machine, something my father would have regarded asakin to reputation-buggery, then you’ll be well catered for with GuitarHero III.It may be essentially the same game as Guitar Hero II,just with a few extra tweaks and songs added in, but that knife cutsboth ways so that what may sound like a bad thing is also pretty good.It may not be as innovative as the first games in the series, but it’sstill as fun and series fans will definitely want to pick it up.

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