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Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock Bundle

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Teen
272 customer reviews
Metascore: 86 / 100
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Nintendo Wii
Wireless bundle
  • Select and customize a wide variety of Guitar Hero characters - including three new ones - as you unlock venues featuring over-the-top stage design.
  • The Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock Bundle for Wii ships with game, Gibson SG wireless controller, guitar strap and decals.
  • Engage in boss battles, against the like of Slash from Guns N' Roses, and featuring original tracks recorded exclusively for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock and defeat opponents to achieve legendary status in head-to-head competition.
  • Gameplay variety options including single player Training, Quickplay and Career Modes, as well as Multiplayer Co-op Career, Face-off, Pro Face-off and Battle Modes.
  • Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock for Wii features over 70 of the biggest and loudest songs ever compiled in a single game disc.
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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Wireless bundle

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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Wireless bundle

Product Description

Crank Up the Volume and prepare to rock around the globe with Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. Battle against some of the greatest legends to ever shred on a guitar and become one yourself! Take your skills online against other Guitar Hero players from around the world.

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Unleash your inner rock legend with Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. Face off against guitar icon Slash, from Guns N' Roses, and others in insane boss battles featuring original tracks recorded exclusively for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. Defeat opponents to achieve legendary status in head-to-head competition including the all-new Guitar Battle or share the glory with a friend in the new Co-op Career Mode. Realize a true rock concert experience with all new venues, incredible lighting effects, authentic instruments and sick character moves. Rock to over 70 of the biggest and loudest songs ever compiled in a single game disc, with nearly as many also available for download online. And finally, with the Les Paul Gibson replica wireless guitar controller included with the Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock bundle, do all this with untethered freedom.

Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock game logo
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock wireless guitar bundle for Wii box contents
Wireless controller, strap and stickers included in bundle.
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Note highway gameplay example from Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
Classic Guitar Hero gameplay.
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Slash boss battle from Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
In-game exclusive boss, Slash, from Guns N' Roses.
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Skeleton punk in single player action in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
Deep and varied game modes.
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Hot fem rocker with her Les Paul in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
Loads of customizable characters.
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Soloing as a Hendrix look-alike in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
More than 70 songs on disc.
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Play Modes
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock features an array of game modes designed complement every player's preference and time considerations. In single player, take advantage of Quickplay functionality for spontaneous action when you only have a few minutes to spare for a fast play through of a song, or dive into Training and Career Modes when you want to concentrate of specific skills and song parts, or are ready to make your way to the top of the Rock & Roll game. Multiplayer modes are just as diverse and include a cooperative Career Mode, Pro Face-Off and Face-Off, in which two Guitar Heroes conduct their own symphonies of destruction, and Battle Mode in which successful playing earns you powerups that can be used to disrupt the flow of opponent's play.

A Legendary Set List
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock features a deep set list made up of some of the most iconic hits of rock history, mixed with a sampling of the most infectious rock tracks of recent years. Your game disc includes over 70 songs, evenly distributed throughout every corner and mode of the game. This includes a wealth songs that are unlocked as you play through single and multiplayer modes, those specific to boss battles encountered, tracks exclusively chosen for Co-op Career play and a large number of bonus songs, mostly purchasable using in-game money. The complete set list available with disc includes:

   "Anarchy in the UK" - Sex Pistols    "Barracuda" - Heart
   "Before I Forget" - Slipknot    "3's & 7's" - Queens of the Stone Age
   "Black Magic Woman" - Santana    "Black Sunshine" - White Zombie
   "Bulls on Parade" - Rage Against the Machine    "Cherub Rock" - The Smashing Pumpkins
   "Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll" - Blue Öyster Cult    "Cliffs of Dover" - Eric Johnson
   "Cult of Personality" - Living Colour    "Devil Went Down to Georgia" - Steve Oumiette
   "Even Flow" - Pearl Jam    "Guitar Battle vs. Slash" - Guitar Hero III Original
   "Go That Far" - Bret Michaels Band    "Helicopter" - Bloc Party
   "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" - Pat Benatar    "Holiday in Cambodia" - Dead Kennedys
   "Knights of Cydonia" - Muse    "Kool Thing" - Sonic Youth
   "La Grange" - ZZ Top    "Lay Down" - Priestess
   "Miss Murder" - AFI    "Mississippi Queen" - Mountain
   "Monsters" - Matchbook Romance    "My Name Is Jonas" - Weezer
   "The Number of the Beast" - Iron Maiden    "One" - Metallica
   "Pride and Joy" - Stevie Ray Vaughan    "Paint It, Black" - The Rolling Stones
   "Paranoid" - Black Sabbath    "Raining Blood" - Slayer
   "Reptilia" - The Strokes    "Rock You Like a Hurricane" - Scorpions
   "Rock and Roll All Nite" - Kiss    "Same Old Song and Dance" - Aerosmith
   "Story of My Life" - Social Distortion    "School's Out" - Alice Cooper
   "Sabotage" - Beastie Boys    "Slow Ride" - Foghat
   "Sunshine of Your Love" - Cream    "Suck My Kiss" - Red Hot Chili Peppers
   "Talk Dirty to Me" - Poison    "The Metal" - Tenacious D
   "The Seeker" - The Who    "When You Were Young" - The Killers
   "Welcome to the Jungle" - Guns N' Roses    "Avalancha" - Heroes del Silencio
   "Closer" - Lacuna Coil    "Can't Be Saved" - Senses Fail
   "Down N Dirty" - LA Slum Lords    "Don't Hold Back" - The Sleeping
   "FCP Remix" - Fall of Troy    "Generation Rock" - Revolverhead
   "Go That Far" - Bret Michaels Band    "Hier Kommit Alex" - Die Toten Hosen
   "In the Belly of a Shark" - Gallows    "I'm in the Band" - The Hellacopters
   "Impulse" - An Endless Sporadic    "In Love" - Scouts of St. Sebastian
   "My Curse" - Killswitch Engage    "Minus Celsius" - Backyard Babies
   "Metal Heavy Lady" - Lions    "Mauvis Garcon" - NAAST
   "Prayer of the Refugee" - Rise Against    "Radio Song" - Superbus
   "Ruby" - Kaiser Chiefs    "She Bangs the Drums" - The Stone Roses
   "Take This Life" - In Flames    "Through the Fire and the Flames" - Dragonforce
   "The Way It Ends - Prototype    

Key Game Features

  • Become a Legend - Face off against guitar icons in insane bosses, including Slash from Guns N' Roses, and featuring original tracks recorded exclusively for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.
  • Rock Out Online or Party Offline - Defeat opponents to achieve legendary status in head-to-head competition.
  • Gameplay Variety - Options include single player Training, Quickplay and Career Modes, as well as Multiplayer Co-op Career, Face-Off, Pro Face-Off and Battle Modes.
  • Game Bundle Extras - Along with your copy of Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock this bundle includes a white Les Paul Gibson wireless guitar controller, a guitar strap and a set of decals.
  • Incredible Track List - Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock for Wii features over 70 of the biggest and loudest songs ever compiled in a single game disc.
  • Exciting Characters and Venues - Select and customize a wide variety of Guitar Hero characters as you unlock venues featuring over-the-top stage design. Guitar Hero II features three new Guitar Heroes: The rockabilly-greaser Eddie Knox, the beautiful (but tough) Casey Lynch, and the Scandinavian metal superstar Lars Umlaut.
  • Fully Immersive Concert Experience - Realize a true rock concert experience with all new venues, incredible lighting effects, authentic instruments and sick character moves.

Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Wireless bundle
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  • ASIN: B000TGB4UU
  • Product Dimensions: 28 x 12 x 3 inches ; 19.7 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 28, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (272 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,349 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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111 of 123 people found the following review helpful By J. McCormick on November 11, 2007
Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Wireless bundle
I come to Guitar Hero 3 for the Wii having played Guitar Hero 2 on the PS2 at Expert difficulty. Sometimes formula can be a bad thing, other times it's not. This is one of those "not" times.

The game plays basically the same as its predecessor, and on top of that it's got a better set list. After reaching 5-star level on nearly all the songs at Expert difficulty in Guitar Hero 2, I found that the list of songs that I actually just enjoyed playing was very short. That's not so much the case with Guitar Hero 3, which has a larger collection of songs that are both fun to play and to listen to.

There are flaws, though. It seems to me that the new developers decided that they needed to tweak the Hammer On/Pull Off controls a little, and the result of this tweaking was that there were many times throughout the game where I instinctively didn't strum because two notes were close together, but one of the notes inexplicably required you to strum. Although this increases the difficulty, it feels awkward and forced (you could, after all, just do away with HOPOs altogether rather than making them unworkable at seemingly random times).

I'm not a big fan of the boss battles, either. The battle mode seems a good idea for balancing multiplayer Guitar Hero, because Guitar Hero 2 suffered significantly from the fact that an Expert player could hardly help beating anyone playing on Medium in the Face-off mode, at least not without putting down the guitar, which isn't exactly fun. However, the battle mode really has no place in the single-player career mode, where all I'm looking to do is play some songs.

It doesn't help that the boss battles are not very well executed.
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114 of 129 people found the following review helpful By Anna Hope VINE VOICE on October 28, 2007
Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Wireless bundle
I've never played the previous games in this series but this game is addictive! The Wii remote is easy to tuck into the guitar and the tutorial is pretty easy. Instead of strings you have a bar you push corresponding to how fast the notes move. I've never strummed guitar, my husband has. And I'm thrashing him at this game!

You work you're way up from a garage band, earning money along the way that you can spend in the games store for goodies like new outfits, real songs from around the world, and extra characters.Your current playlist is good with songs everybody knows even if their a poptart. You may even get asked to do an encore! My one gripe is their aren't that many chick songs, at least not on the levels I've played.

If you can find a second guitar remote you can rock head to head, which I plan to do with the spouse. I'll need to find a pink faceplate though. The makers said they'd have alternate fronts, so here's hoping. The guitar/remote is about the size of a eukalalie but still manages to make you feel very boss and you'll suddenly find yourself moving with attitude to the rhythm.

Stop reading and go play one!!!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Kevin FitzPatrick on November 30, 2007
Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Wireless bundle
Guitar Hero 3 is great, however there are some problems with this particular version.
First, let me point out the obvious. This is the first and only Guitar Hero game for any Nintendo system. Currently only Rock Band Special Edition has been released for Wii, there are no plans for any of the three other Guitar Hero games will come to Wii. In other words this is the only game in town for GH on the Wii and sadly the game plays songs only in Mono. This means if you have a fancy surround system, the music would only come out of the center speaker. You can rig it up so that the same mono sound comes out of other speakers, but that is not even an approximation of Dolby Pro Logic II. This is a negative, but shouldn't really prevent anyone from picking this game up.

The game itself is still as good as Guitar Hero 2 Bundle with Guitar or Guitar Hero (Game Only). In fact I would say that generally on the same difficulty level this game is a bit harder that the others. The set list, like the others, is a combination of classic and modern music. This is an online game, so you can play against people online and they claim that at some point additional songs will be available to purchase (not likely).
The new feature for this one is the battle mode. In these special boards you will face off with Slash, Tom Morello, etc... and instead of star power you get attacks to use against your opponent.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Andy A on October 31, 2007
Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Wireless bundle
I love the Wii version of GH III. I love the PS2 version, too! (I have both.) "Why?" you may be asking.

I love the Wii version because of the cool, new, wireless guitar controller. It's so shiny and pristine white and works well with no glitches in play no matter what direction I am pointing. I love the online function.

What I don't like is that it's tough (right now at least) to find a good online partner (or stranger) to play. I am the only person I know who has the Wii version. Wii guitar controllers only come in the GH III bundle, and reports are that these solo controllers won't be available until early 2008. (Are you kidding me???)

So I have to play co-op and battle mode with my PS2... which is fine, but that means I have to complete the levels twice on two different systems. I'm a GH nut, so I don't mind doing that...

All in all, I love the Wii version. It's just so fresh and new with the new controller and the online play. But it's still untapped fun (until we can buy a second controller and can download other songs online).
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