The perfect party game, Guitar Hero will have you on your knees thanking the Guitar Gods for this amazing game.
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The game itself is a very simple, but also innovative at the same time. The game comes with around 35 already playable songs, and about 15 unlockable songs. When you play this game it is very simple. On the screen the poke-ball look a like notes come flying down the screen, and you have to match the color coded balls with the color coded buttons on the guitar. This makes it very easy for people who have never picked up a guitar in their life to pick up on the game.
Guitar Hero is full of unlockables, including new characters, guitars, skins, songs, and a few videos. As you move along in career mode your band becomes more popular, and you play at increasingly larger venues. After every show you play you earn money for performing. Depending on how many notes you hit, you are then given a "Star Rating" for each songs you've played. The ratings range from 1 to 5 stars, and the more stars you earn (based on the % of notes you hit and longest note streak) the more money you will earn.
This game has value that is basically endless. One thing that contributes to this is the game's spectacular multi-player mode. If you have a friend who also has this game, you can play co-operative mode with two guitar controllers. In this mode you and the other person playing each play separate parts of the song. You are both competing against eachother, and working together at the same time. What I mean by this is you want to beat the other persons score, however you don't want the other person butchering their parts of the songs.
If you're bored with the same old sequels to franchises that have worn themselves out, I suggest that you pick up a game that is truly new and unique in Guitar Hero.