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Guitar Hero Rocks the 80's (PS2)

Guitar Hero Rocks the 80's (PS2)
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Oct, 2014

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Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80s

 

If the Guitar Hero series has taught us anything, it's that the encore should be special, slightly unexpected, and killer. Think “Sweet Child O' Mine” and “Freebird” from Guitar Hero II, for example. It's strange, then, that the latest entry in the...

Tried and true Guitar Hero formula ; New songs

Full price for what feels like an add-on pack ; Barebones presentation ; Could have been so much more without much more effort

You'll play through the songs once and then go back to playing Guitar Hero II while waiting for Guitar Hero III to come out.

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Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80's

 

Wow. Sometimes I wonder if games warrant a release. Post a Comment

Well, the Guitar Hero tips have said that you shouldn't save your best material in hopes of an encore, so I guess they follow their own advice, at least.

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Guitar Hero: Rocks The 80s

 

Music and games, two extremely popular and entertaining pastimes that if were to ever bond together, would bond like a 99 flake in an ice cream cone. And whilst we've only really started to see this bond over here for the last year or so, across the...

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Guitar Hero: Rock the 80s (PS2) review

 

Okay, you already know how Guitar Hero works don't you? First, you consume enough alcohol so you don't feel stupid holding a plastic guitar, but not too much that you might believe the five different colour dots racing towards the screen are attacking...

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Guitar Hero Rocks the 80's

 

Guitar Hero Rocks the 80's is an amazing addition to the Guitar Hero franchise that allows gamers to transform into 80's rock stars that include bands such as Twisted Sister and The Police in this extraordinary addictive and entertaining title.

Guitar Hero Rocks the 80's is definitely a walk down memory lane for this old gamer that we could easily recommend to lovers of the original title and those that love those classic 80's songs. Although in terms in of gameplay, absolutely nothing has...

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Guitar Hero: Rocks The 80s (PS2) review

 

I'm lookin' for pound notes, loose change, bad cheques, anything…

If you've ever found an exciting new job but had to work a notice period before leaving the one you're in, then that should give you some idea of the effort and enthusiasm Harmonix (now developing Rock Band) has put into its final Guitar Hero release.

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Guitar Hero: Rocks The 80s (2007)

 

More an expansion pack than a true sequel, Rocks The 80s follows the same formula as previous Guitar Hero games, this time focusing on the smug rock of the yuppie era. Yet while there’s no question that Guitar Hero is amongst the world’s most...