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  • The concept of Guitar Hero 3 is very interesting because it has an encore part where it gives way to a new gig of the band

    • by clickmarbin
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      Guitar Hero 3 is one of the coolest games that we have played and it is also the coolest among the other versions of Guitar Hero. Guitar Hero is a game about inspiring rock fans trying to progress their career into an outstanding and famous rock bands. In able to do that, the player must be attentive enough to strike the

      notes when the band plays a performance.

      The good thing about Guitar Hero 3 is that it includes most of the loved rock songs back in the 70’s, 80’s and even some in the 90’s. Also the career mode can be played by a single player or by multiplayer of guitar and bass. The multi-player mode can also play as a cooperative ...


      • team or can play against each other at the showdown. The items, guitars and other characters costumes can also be customized.

        The concept of Guitar Hero 3 is very interesting because it has an ” encore part” where it gives way to a new gig of the band. The band also encounters rivals that get tougher and tougher as they move

        on to another level.

        However, there are some other parts of the game that were quite disturbing. Most of the showdowns, especially at the last mission were very demonic and as the showdown gets even tougher, the music comes more metallic than ever, making the whole game’s concept a bit satanic.

        I find it very disturbing but I still find this game cool.




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