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Guitar Hero: Metallica (Wii)

Guitar Hero: Metallica (Wii)
alaScore 83

49 reviews

Nov, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 49 reviews of Guitar Hero: Metallica (Wii). The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. People really like the action. The gameplay is also mentioned favorably. There are some mixed views about the story.

gameplay, action

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Guitar Hero: Metallica (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Neal Ronaghan (

Guitar Hero: Metallica


For Metallica fans, this game is incredible. For everyone else, it's a decent spinoff in the Guitar Hero series that improves a few things.

New interface changes are great ; The bonus materials are interesting ; Awesome for Metallica fans

Song selection revolves around one genre, with a few a exceptions ; Nothing special for people who don't listen to Metallica ; Songs not transferable to World Tour ; No downloadable content

I agree with Pro, though I already have all of the Death Magentic DLC, so for me it would be useless. I don't mind seeing some other bands on there - but playing Master of Puppets and then playing The Boys Are Back in a crime against...

Apr, 2009

Expert review by: Kyle (

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...

Expert review by: Christopher Brown (

Guitar Hero: Metallica


Just as Guitar Hero: Aerosmith was something of a glorified expansion of Guitar Hero III, Guitar Hero: Metallica serves as an extension of Activision's band-focused hit Guitar Hero: World Tour, offering gamers a feel for life in and around one of heavy me


Expert review by: William Haley (

Guitar Hero: Metallica (Wii) review


It's loud, it's challenging, and there is a mild chance you will catch an STD playing it. Guitar Hero: Metallica has arrived!

While Metallica fans will and should be moshing their way to the nearest game store immediately, there is not much here for anyone else. Whether simply not a fan of the band or one of the few remaining people who doesn't like music rhythm games,...

May, 2009

Expert review by: Ben Stokes (

Guitar Hero: Metallica


Four years is a relatively long time in the world of gaming. In that amount of time we have seen both consoles and series come and go, never to be remembered. So to have a gaming series survive in this time is an accomplishment in itself, let alone to...

It's got Metallica in it ; So many options ; Appeals to all experience levels ; Good range of tunes ; Wii Remote noises and vibration ; Great career mode story ; You can use other instruments

Difficult in places ; No full band packages available (just solus and guitar bundles)

Guitar Hero: Metallica is further proof (as if we needed it) that the series is going from strength to strength. They have managed to produce a game that appeals to literally everyone, particularly Metallica fans. We can only hope that the guys at...

Consumer review by: Big Dave (

Guitar Hero: Metallica Wii Game Activision


Lots of options to customize your GH character, etc.

In my opinion, this is the best Guitar Hero to hit the market. A true rockers game. The difficulty is a notch higher than any GH ive played. The kids love it, the wife loves it, its great


Jan, 2011

Consumer review by: N/A (

Metallica Rocks


If you love Metallica and Guitar Hero will LOVE this game


Apr, 2010

Consumer review by: wob1001 (

I love the smell of gaming in the morning


Battalion wars had quite a bit of hype from the launch of the wii. It was originally scheduled for a gamecube release but was held back as it was thought it would suit wii's control scheme better. It seems that people got sick of waiting for it as when...

Online play and decent graphics

Can get old quickly

Aug, 2008

Consumer review by: spooon (

Battalion 1.5 with internet!


So what do you get with bad voice acting, online play, bland graphics, simple military strategy, and intuitive gameplay? How about a mediocre game experience due to the fact it seems like I have been here and done that. Facts North American ...

Online play, real time strategy, more vehicles

no voice, graphics, depth

Mar, 2008

Consumer review by: cohradoesr (

BWii: Nintendo's cartooney strategy/shooter comes to the Wii


Lets kick this thing off with a nice intro: Battalion Wars 2 is a third-person shooter, with some strategy elements thrown into the mix. It is not so much a squad based shooter, like Ghost Recon, as a real time strategy game, like Command and Conquer, ...

lots of action ; good replayability with online ; good graphics ; decent controls

storyline derivitive of WWII ; uses MIDI for music ; graphics probably a turn-off for some

Nov, 2007