3.5 stars 3.5/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews spread across 2 releases and 0 DLC
A handheld version of a popular, plastic-heavy music game doesn’t need to be difficult. Just ditch the instruments! For Guitar Hero: On Tour, Activision created an unnecessary and obstructive dongle to affix on the DS, making that game out to be more of a gimmick than anything. For Rock Band Unplugged, Harmonix thankfully didn’t feel the need to ship you a drum kit eleven times the size of your PSP. Their past work on games like Frequency and Amplitude carries over in literal ways, and it works....
This is the first downward trend in the Guitar Hero franchise.Okay, that’s a scathing, somewhat crappy thing to say about a game I just gave four stars. My limited budget (and eager to improve writing) has led me to revisit the untouched boxes on my shelf, even those that I reviewed for a high school paper at the time of its release. I was led to a very cheap Xbox 360 version of the game and picked it up for prosperity’s sake: the original PS2 version will not work on the PS3. Well, it’ll wor...
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