Technically, this game is a step back from Guitar Hero II. -You no longer get a breakdown by player on cooperative songs
-When completing a song on a higher difficulty, you no longer get money for the lower ones; which means you have to complete easy to get the cash.
-Menus tend to reset instead of remembering
The game is worth it for the new songs though.
bought this aftrer reading all the reviews and also downloadingh the demo, i found it very boring and repetitive, i must of played it for about 45 minutes and then took it back and lost 20 quid on trade in, for me this has to be the worst game ive ever bought, even worse than rapala tournament fishing. i think i will stick to shoot em ups, hope this helps
I have owned all guitar heros and lets be honest, they are all great games with great setlists and great gameplay. The idea that your playing your favourite solo to your favourite rock song is something that the developers of this game have really pounced on and fair play to them. But despite the fact that this latest release is still very good, it doesnt offer anything incredibly new, rather than giving the title sequels maybe they should have done what singstar do and just categorise their games as new setlists are available. And personally after paying a whopping £65-75 for this game I think its a kick in the teeth to then charge you to download further songs. But aside from all that this game is still as good as its always been and regrettably I do admit its worth the hefty price tag, just thank your lucky stars rock band is out before we have to endure guitar hero 4.