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Guitar Hero Smash Hits (PS3)

Guitar Hero Smash Hits (PS3)
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Sep, 2014

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Guitar Hero Smash Hits

 

Activision misses with Guitar Hero Smash Hits, giving us the best of what we already had.

After Guitar Hero Metallica, one of our favorite music games released to date, it seemed like developer Neversoft was on top of the world. What happened may have something to do with Beenox, a different Activision development team taking charge here,...

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Guitar Hero Smash Hits

 

The Game: For those of you not in the know, the Guitar Hero series actually started on the PS2. The series has been available on next gen consoles since Guitar Hero II, so it's easy to forget, but to date, Guitar Hero and Rock The 80's were PS2...

The Conclusion: Guitar Hero Smash Hits isn't a bad idea, but the execution is less than perfect, with strange sound mixes and no possible DLC. Given that this is the third of five Guitar Hero products to be released in 2009, making it feel like nothing...

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Guitar Hero: Smash Hits Review

 

Activision's shameless cash-in features an impressive soundtrack of music we already played.

That said, Smash Hits plays exactly like its predecessors, with multicolored notes streaming towards the bottom of screen and players frantically hitting fret buttons on plastic guitars/wailing on drums/screaming into the microphone to achieve high...

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Guitar Hero: Smash Hits

 

It's the same old song and dance.

Guitar Hero: Smash Hits is the definition of "milking". Sure, the setlist is great, and if you've somehow never played these tracks before, they're a ton of fun. Even if you have played them all, being able to sit down at the drums or try out your...

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