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- Guitar Hero Controller Features - Five multi-colored fret buttons, Responsive and durable strum bar, Working whammy bar, Stylized Start and Select buttons that look like volume knobs, Tilt Sensors that tell when the guitar is pointed straight up and Adjustable strap.
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Guitar Hero Bundle features explosively addictive gameplay, as you work your way up the showbiz ladder and become a world-famous rock star! Start your rock career playing small clubs and bars -- if you play well you'll fill stadiums and arenas. Includes the incredible Guitar Hero SG Controller -- it looks and feels just like a real guitar. Strap it on and crank it up!
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I was skeptical at first of playing a game that features a toy guitar (since Im 36 years old) but I've put that all past me.
This game is just too much fun.
The songs are good. I don't know how the 30+ songs were selected, but they are all good rock n roll songs that are all enjoyable to "play"
The basic idea is that you have to press the right buttons (and combinations of buttons) on the guitar as the notes scroll up on the screen.
The cool part is if you do it correctly it feels like you are actually playing the guitar, which is what makes it so much fun.
Some of the button sequences get quite challenging. Bark at the moon is one of the Finale songs in order to "beat" the game. At harder difficultly levels this song can be enormously challenging.
Whats interesting is how quickly nearly everyone seems to improve. If you play a few songs on easy, moving to medium is not too bad, and given a few days you can usually make through a song or two on Hard.
I wish they had more alternative rock songs instead of just older traditional rock songs (and a few newer bands)
But after playing these songs i've grown more fond of these dusty tunes and find myself tuning into the classic rock radio stations to listen to them played by the originals.
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