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Guitar Hero: Metallica (PS3)

Guitar Hero: Metallica (PS3)
alaScore 82

27 reviews

Aug, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 27 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Guitar Hero: Metallica (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Guitar Hero Metallica

 

The best band-specific game to date. In case you have been living under a rock or perhaps in a cave for the past few years you may have heard of...

Excellent track list ; Tons of extras ; Solid presentation

Past DLC is null ; Cannot import tracks to GHWT

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Guitar Hero: Metallica

 

Activision continues to milk the Guitar Hero cash cow year after year. After Aerosmith received their very own entry into the series, many gamers were left wondering what made them so special to deserve a game of their very own? Several bad spinoffs...

Some of the best Metallica tracks are represented here ; Full band support ; Graphics switched up for a more metal feel

Half of the songs aren't even from Metallica ; No DLC available ; Essentially an expansion rather than a full-fledged game

So, what’s the bottom line? If you’ve ever played a Guitar Hero game, you should know exactly what to expect here. There are no exciting new additions save for the fact that the entire band is available to ooh and ahh over while mimicking your favorite...

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Guitar Hero Metallica

 

Several years ago I was living in Northern California. One year, around my birthday, The Rolling Stones came to town. I eagerly bought myself and my girlfriend a pair of tickets, fully prepared to be blown away by the Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the...

The Conclusion: It's not secret that I've been very critical of Neversoft ever since they've taken over the Guitar Hero franchise. For the first time, they finally hit almost all the right notes with Guitar Hero: Metallica. While I'm not a huge fan of...

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Guitar Hero Metallica

 

It now seems that after successfully adding a full instrumental set up to the band simulation genre, games based around a single band are the way forward for both Neversoft and Harmonix, developers of Guitar Hero Metallica and the forthcoming Beatles...

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Guitar Hero: Metallica review

 

Guitar Hero is a cultural phenomenon. Not only does it get referenced in pop culture, it is one of the highest selling franchises (both in dollars and units). The video game industry has been looking for a yearly franchise that wasn't Madden or Need...

While not a whole lot has changed, Guitar Hero: Metallica does everything that you have come to expect from a Guitar Hero game. From the single player story to quick play and online, as well as a music creator and custom characters. If you are a fan of...

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Guitar Hero: Metallica

 

It is Sad But True that Guitar Hero: World Tour was let down by a lacklustre set list. As much as I want to forget about it, The Memory Remains and in all honesty I was worried when Metallica was announced. This was One game which needed to be done...

Excellent Metallica track list ; Solid Guitar Hero gameplay ; Sound is impressive with all master recordings

Limited appeal to anyone other than Guitar Hero or Metallica fans ; Graphics are starting to date ; Small selection of songs

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Rock on

 

This is great, I'm a big Metallica fan, and besides their music their is a ton of other music on here too. I got it cheaper at Newegg than I could find it anywhere else too

Nothing bad to say

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