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Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits (Game Only)

Released on 26 June 2009

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (16 customer reviews) | Write a review

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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.

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           Average rating (16 reviews)

           why did they have to mess with the songs?

          | | See all DrGonz0's reviews (13)

          I got this early because like every GH game it's region free so I chose to import it. It's a good game and new fans will like it as the controls are as smooth as ever, hammer-ons and pull-offs work great but you have to ask yourself are these songs really the greatest of the lot? - No + they have made the songs REALLY easy to play. Put it this way - You can play free bird with one hand for about 3 mins and I can do the intro to through the fire and flames on Hard with my Big Toe because of all them stupid strung together slider notes - not impressed :(

           Not Played but see the point

          | | See all mattmason81's reviews (1)

          Ive read a billon reviews on guitar hero games and ive played the hell out of No# 3, Aerosmith, world Tour & Metallica so when it comes to thease titles im definately experienced. Although I know most of you think "ive played thease songs before, why is it worth me buying this title?" heres the answer: How many of you have sat there while 2 of your friends have tried to get through songs and felt like you have been left on the sidelines? knowing that you could lend a hand by wailing into a mic or pounding the drums?... truith is, this game has taken all the fan faves and threw the whole band experience on them making the songs you know and love have more depth. All GH games keep you coming back for more and what i say to you all now is: Don't judge them as games, judge them as archives of legendary interactive tracks which you will add to your collection!

          Rock on!

           This is just getting silly!

          | | See all 8Matty8's reviews (35)

          Why do people need this many Guitar Hero games? Don't get me wrong, I think it's bags of fun, seriously though; is there any point in making this many installments? I think it was fair to make a Metallica version, but now Van Halen! Everywhere you look, there's a new Guitar Hero game or Rock Band game being released. And now all this talk about a game called Band Hero!!! No doubt going to be exactly the same. Activision must make so much money from the sales of endless new Guitar Hero games. The only good thing about this installment is that you can play all the greatest songs seen in Guitar Hero games on every band instrument. However if you only have a guitar, there isn't much point buying this one!

           What A CON!!!!!!

          | | See all Dexter68's reviews (2)

          So a rehash of playlists I already have.
          Come on XBox. get your act together. Give the people who pay your wages what they want. How about some new songs. Its the same with the game "Lips". Hardly any new songs each month. I love my Xbox but Playstation 3 starting to look like a better option. Singstar has much better songs. Save my money for something better !!!

           Great Re-iterations

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          all the best songs from guitar hero 1, guitar hero 2, guitar hero 3, guitar hero rock the 80's, and 1 from aerosmith.
          now made better with full band play, nice neat display
          my only problems with it is, some songs they didnt put in that i thought should have, like knights of cydonia, and paint it black

          The BEST NEWS EVER THOUGH IS. Activision anounced that, Songs From
          Guitar hero Greatest HITS.
          AND
          Guitar Hero World Tour.
          will be exportable to Guitar hero 5 !! woo hoo

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