|Guitar Hero Smash Hits takes the most exciting, recognizable and fun to play music from genre-defining titles Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero II, Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s and Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, which were previously available for guitar-only in-game play, and delivers them as a compelling and dynamic full band experience.|
Featuring 48 master recordings, Guitar Hero Smash Hits delivers exciting online and offline gameplay modes including Band Career and 8-player "Battle of the Bands," which allows two full bands to compete head-to-head online. Players' rock n' roll fantasies turn to realities as they create their rocker, compose original music and share it with the world through the innovative Music Studio, GHTunes and robust Rock Star Creator gameplay modes first introduced in Guitar Hero World Tour.
The tracklist includes: "Killer Queen" (Queen), "I Love Rock N Roll" (Joan Jett and The Blackhearts), "Bark at the Moon" (Ozzy), "Them Bones" (Alice in Chains), "Killing in the Name" (Rage Against the Machine), "Message in a Bottle" (The Police), "Carry on My Wayward Son" (Kansas) "Free Bird" (Lynyrd Skynyrd), "I Wanna Rock" (Twisted Sister), "Nothin' But a Good Time" (Poison), "Barracuda" (Heart), "Through the Fire and Flames" (DragonForce), and much more!
Guitar Hero Smash Hits - Video Game Review
By: Ryan Rigney Cinema Blend Game Reviews
Published on: 7/11/2009 4:13 PM
|Guitar Hero: Smash Hits is a game that's easy to summarize, but difficult to evaluate. If you're coming into the game with no concern for the price of entry and just looking for a fun time, you'll have a blast with it. Of course it's the perfect party game, and of course the GH formula is still fun. The only real problem here is that this game is a full-priced, retail package despite the fact that not only are ALL the songs on the setlist from previous Guitar Hero games, but there are only about half as many songs in this game (48) than there were in Guitar Hero: World Tour, which had 86 songs for the same price....read the full review|