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Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits (Game Only)

Released on 26 June 2009

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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Turn down the lights, crank up the amps and prepare to command centre stage as some of the most famous and infamous tracks from Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero II, Guitar Hero: Rocks The 80s and Guitar Hero III: Legends Of Rock step into the spotlight in the most epic, full band jam session to-date - Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits.

Featuring 48 master recordings, Guitar Hero: Greatest 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. In Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits players' rock 'n' roll fantasies turn to realities as they create their rocker, compose their 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.

Requires a compatible drum, microphone or guitar controller to play (sold separately)

Guitar Hero's Greatest Hits: Play alone or as a full band and rock out to 48 of some of the hottest fan-favourite tracks from Guitar Hero's original guitar-centric games: Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero II, Guitar Hero: Rocks The 80s and Guitar Hero III: Legends Of Rock.

    I'm With the Band: Videogame fanatics can expand to full band and for the first time ever strum, drum and belt out some of their favourite Guitar Hero songs as master tracks as they jam along to updated note tracks and all-new gameplay for the drum controller and microphone.

      A Setlist that Guarantees "Nothin But A Good Time": Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits features the most memorable songs from Guitar Hero games together in one epic setlist, comprised of all master recordings including, 'Them Bones' by Alice In Chains, Queen's 'Killer Queen,' 'Nothin' But A Good Time' by Poison, Rage Against The Machine's 'Killing In The Name,' 'I Wanna Rock' by Twisted Sister, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts' 'I Love Rock N Roll,' Heart's 'Barracuda' and Guitar Hero III favourite Dragonforce's 'Through The Fire And Flames.'

        Discover the Spirit of Rock, All Around the World: Rock through fantastic locations with Guitar Hero favourites and play at eight new venues based on wonders of the world, including the Amazon, Polar Ice Caps and the Grand Canyon.

          Create, Customise & Share: Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits features the Music Studio, GHTunes and the Rock Star Creator first made famous in Guitar Hero: World Tour. Create your own hits in Music Studio, share them online with GHTunes and watch your created superstar shred and drum to your soon-to-be breakout hit. With difficulty levels ranging from Beginner Mode, introduced in Guitar Hero: World Tour to the difficult-to-master Expert+ Mode first seen in Guitar Hero: Metallica, Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits is accessible for all players.

          customer Reviews

           Average rating (15 reviews)

           What a cash in

          | | See all elpell's reviews (1)

          Here Guitar Hero had the perfect opportunity to reward all us loyal fans who have purchased every one of the guitar hero games. No-one would have complained about paying £19.99 or even more radical, how about putting the songs on playstation store and we could all pick the ones we love over the series and just pay for them. BUT NO - At a time when money is tight thank you Guitar Hero for dragging every last penny out of the fans. Plus Rock Band get Beatles and AC/DC and what do we get Aerosmith and particularly classy............ Metallica. Have you heard of Guns & Roses, Oasis or Queen for example but no, I wait with excitement for the next set......................the greatest songs of Casiotone For The Painfully Alone.

           In total agreement with first review

          | | See all maximusrulz's reviews (2)

          why not just put them on the psn ?? the dlc songs for guitar hero are more expensive than rock band aswel ! the track list is poor aswell where is sweet child of mine ? the pretender ? and why are we stuck with aerosmith and metalica while rock band gets ac/dc and the beatles

           In reference to the first two reviews

          | | See all dev1975's reviews (1)

          if you really are feeling hard done by, why not go out and get Rock Band AC/DC? No one is forcing you to buy this release of GH. You can make your protest count by not giving your money to the GH franchise and getting RockBand instead. Sorted.


          | | See all stwiie's reviews (30)

          I think the biggest thing everyone is forgetting is that harmonix made 1 & 2,then neversoft took over while harmonix went on to do rockband. So we now have guys who r used to making skate boarding games not music games which says it all really. The guitar hero series has been slowly dying since No3, they claim they use master tracks and yet they sound like ringtones at best. Where as rockband actually sounds like the CD. The previous guys r rite saying where's the proper classics?like buckethead - "jordan",ozzy "bark at the moon" and so on. Guitar hero should hang its pik up now cos rockband beats it in every way from presentation (which guitar hero has stolen ie create character and band),stage show graphics,sound quality and most important the 500+ DLC content. Oh and proper band spin-off games i mean come on how good does beatles look

           An actual review!!

          | | See all stretch616's reviews (3)

          Rather than voice opinion on what you think of the game, I thought it best to leave comments after actually playing the game.
          If you are a fan of the earlier Guitar Hero games then this will be the package for you. It covers some of the earlier and easier songs up to the legendary Bark At The Moon & Through The Fire and Flames.
          There will be something for everyone on the setlist no matter what skill level or preference in song style. And reccomend this game even if you just own the Guitar.
          There is now an indicator on the quickplay menu to highlight whether the song is a particulally difficuly one to play of the instrument you have chosen which helps when choosing the difficulty.
          Another new addition is a progress meter which shows how many stars you are upto with your current score in a song. Good news for those who insist on 5 staring everything (me included!).

          Overall this is a solid game and a worthy addition to the Guitar Hero series and I would reccomend this to anybody who is a fan of the series.

          Rating12+ (PEGI)