It’s hard enough to find a game sequel that is dramatically better than the original, and even more difficult to find a third installment that’s even better.
Maybe that’s why I was prepared for disappointment with Rock Band 3.
Hopeful? Yes, but I was also ready to be let down.
Fortunately, in all the ways that matter, Rock Band 3 is better than it’s predecessors, and if you’ll pardon the pun (if you play the game, you’ll understand) it delivers in Spades.
Harmonix, EA, and MTV Games decided to skip an annual iteration of their Rock Band franchise this year, instead concentrating on a game focused on the most successful band in history.
Is this just a song pack for Rock Band 2, or maybe something more…
Find out after the break.
My past experience with the Guitar Hero franchise has been… complicated.
Activision/Red Octane/Neversoft have just released Guitar Hero Smash Hits, a compilation of some of the best music from earlier guitar-only games, but with Guitar Hero World Tour mechanics and parts for guitar, bass, drums, and vocals.
Is the music selection alone enough to change my mind about the franchise?
Find out inside.
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Time again to pit two similar games against each other.
This time we’ll be looking at rhythm game behemoths Guitar Hero: World Tour and Rock Band 2.
Two games enter… one game leaves…