A rhythm game that's worth getting for the guitar gameplay alone?

#1 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

The last game I purchased in the rhythm genre was Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock., I loved the hell out of it. I then went on to buy Guitar Hero II and while I didn't love it so much, I still enjoyed playing it. Now with Guitar Hero pretty much becoming  Rock Band's cousin, I was wondering if any of the new "Guitar Hero"/Rock Band games were worth buying for the guitar gameplay alone. I don't have any room in my house at the moment for a plastic drum kit, and would like to venture again in to the rhythm genre.
Any thoughts?

#2 Edited by Creamypies (4168 posts) -
@FlamingHobo: Guitar Hero: Metallica
#3 Posted by Vitefish (472 posts) -
@creamypies said:
" Guitar Hero: Metallica "
#4 Posted by Themanohall (402 posts) -

I play Rock Band 2 with no drums, and I love it.

#5 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -
@creamypies said:
" @FlamingHobo: Guitar Hero: Metallica "
Give me some songs dude. I know Metallica, but not the kickass setlist that might be there.
#6 Posted by Demodocus (284 posts) -
#7 Posted by Damian (1521 posts) -

I think it'd be worth it if you like the track list enough. I wouldn't hesitate to buy one for just the guitar parts. But I'd recommend getting Rock Band 2 so you can pick and choose from it's ridiculous catalogue of songs.

#8 Posted by Dethfish (3743 posts) -
Setlist is also here
GH: Metallica is my favorite GH to play. The setlist is pretty fun to play, especially if you like a challenge.
#9 Posted by Bear (248 posts) -
@Themanohall said:
" I play Rock Band 2 with no drums, and I love it. "
I, too, enjoyed Rock Band 2 using the guitar only.

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