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Guitar Hero Warriors Of Rock Xbox 360

Guitar Hero Warriors Of Rock Xbox 360
alaScore 85

44 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the multi player mode. The single player gameplay is also appreciated. Some have doubts about the story, and views are divided on the value for money.

gameplay, single player, multi player

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Guitar Hero Warriors Of Rock Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock (360, PS3) Review

 

A new quest mode does little to improve this edition of Guitar Hero, begging the question - do we really need more rhythm games?

Perks are a nice addition ; Still fun to play in large groups ; Plenty of unlockables

Same, dated gameplay ; Story mode is uninspired ; Some poor song choices

People usually know whether or not they want the latest Guitar Hero game, and that’s because the only thing that truly changes are the songs. Other than that, it’s basically the same game you’ve bought and played time and time again for the last five...

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Revi..

 

Long in the Tooth

Over 90 songs on-disc; return of fun additional gameplay modes like Party Play, Quickplay

Cheesy storyline in single-player campaign; forcing people to play through Rush's entire ?2112? album; too many obscure tracks; this is all getting stale

Toni Schwartz is a regular contributor to GameShark and an Associate Editor at Gamertell .

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

 

At this point I think it's safe to say that both Harmonix and Neversoft are good at making rock games. We may argue over who does it best, but no matter which rhythm game people buy this fall, they won't feel cheated. You can see the polish throughout...

Completely overshadowed by the competition's new hardware, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock doesn't quite bring the house down. It's marred by a controversial selection of songs and no real innovations. The 93 songs will keep players busy for away, but...

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

 

Remember when music games were all the rage? Wait wasn't that only two maybe three years ago? Boy how things have changed. What would have once

I get the feeling that Activision is using Warriors of Rock more as a stepping stone to bring us to their next big music title. The Guitar Hero franchise has been one of great success over the years and it is a bit disappointing to see Warriors of Rock...

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Review (Xbox 360)

 

Musical taste in an extremely personal thing. And when it comes to the music genre of games, the most important aspect of any title is going to be the quality and diversity of the songs that ship with the game. So no matter what gameplay tweaks are...

where you'll be thrown right into a random song and up to four people can join, or it'll just animate a playlist as you just listen. Competitive mode remains in which you can battle local or distant friends and foes. And the Create mode allows players...

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

 

Quest Mode

Warriors of Rock takes a back to the roots approach and has a strong focus on guitar songs

The series seems to be stuck in neutral

For the past two games the Guitar Hero franchise has languished while trying to compete with Harmonix's (co-creators of Guitar Hero) Rock Band series. It moved away from the strong guitar songs to more band centric set lists and in doing so lost a...

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

 

In 1997, 50s and 60s pop singer Pat Boone released In a Metal Mood: No More Mr. Nice Guy, an album of Heavy Metal covers. A far cry from the crooner's normal work, the album, complete with Boone in choke collar looking menacing was an obvious final cry...

There's a ton of cool cheats available, like the ability to unlock all songs and venues, along with some that are more on the novelty of things like big head mode and air instruments - but none of them make the game any better. The best cheat for...

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock (PS3) Review

 

Neversoft tries its hand at bringing the Guitar Hero series back to its roots.

Guitar Hero's been having a rough couple of years with multiple hurried releases that come off as pricey songlist expansions that don't innovate much. This time, Neversoft and Activision opted for a single release that aims to put vocalists,...

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Review

 

New features aren't much more than reverb on this familiar riff, but Guitar Hero still rocks.

Satisfyingly large setlist ; Challenges offer plenty to strive for ; Same great variety of gameplay modes as Guitar Hero 5

Too similar to GH5 ; Price tag is a bit too steep

And finally, if your stable of plastic rock instruments is looking a bit worse for wear, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock comes in a bundle with a new modular guitar that comes with detachable body pieces. Though the pieces don't feel as solid as previous...

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

 

What could have been a radical new step in the genre is nothing but the same old thing with a new, awkward coat of paint. The gameplay is still good, but it's the same damn thing over and over again. It's disappointing.

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