A very cheap and very cheerful translation of the world's favourite rhythm game.
Guitar Hero Review
by on May 20, 2011
The successful Guitar Hero series has seen five different iterations on home consoles. So, it was about time the franchise made an appearance on the iPhone and the result is mostly good.
The game comes with a batch of six songs (including Seven Nation Army and Paint it Black) with additional three-song expansion packs available at £1.19 each.
The gameplay is spot-on with responsive four-button play and innovative slide moves to take advantage of the iPhone’s screen.
A lack of any meaningful single player career progression is compensated for by a whole bunch of challenges to be completed on each track. The only real downside is the lack of a multiplayer option.
Even so, this is vintage Guitar Hero and a bargain for under £2.
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