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Guitar Hero III: Legends Of Rock - Guitar Bundle (Wii)

by Activision
Nintendo Wii
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)

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  • Crank it up to 11 and get ready to rock - Featuring over 70 percent master recordings over 40 years of music.
  • Truly exclusive music - Multiple tracks that can only be found in the game include guitar icons Slash and Tom Morello.
  • An authentic look and feel - Improving the graphics from the ground up have created a more intense visual element
  • Rock this way - The arcade-inspired battle mode adds a new dimension to the Guitar Hero franchise.
  • You've got to beat the best, to be the best - Battle mode lends itself to the boss battles featuring Slash and Tom Morello.
  • It takes two - new Co-op Career mode to progress through career with a friend.
  • Rockin' around the world - Compete head-to-head in any of the competitive game modes online.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B000X1BF2S
  • Product Dimensions: 71 x 29.2 x 6.5 cm ; 485 g
  • Release Date: 23 Nov 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,508 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock continues to build on Guitar Hero's successful easy to play, but difficult to master gameplay mechanic to take the franchise to a whole new level. With master tracks from legendary bands like Sex Pistols, Guns N Roses, Rolling Stones, Metallica, and Pearl Jam, along with original music composed specifically for the game by iconic guitarists Slash and Tom Morello, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock sports the greatest soundtrack to ever find its way into a videogame. Vastly improved graphics immerse gamers into their rock arenas and heighten their visual experience while the new wireless Gibson guitar controllers allow the players to channel their inner guitar gods. The arcade-inspired battle mode, expanded co-op career and boss battles add depth and extend gameplay for countless hours of shred time.

Track Listing:

Beastie Boys - Sabotage

Living Colour - Cult of Personality

Muse - Knights of Cydonia

Rolling Stones - Paint It Black

Smashing Pumpkins - Cherub Rock

Tenacious D - The Metal

Weezer - My Name Is Jonas

Pearl Jam - Evenflow

Priestess - Lay Down

Guns N Roses - Welcome To The Jungle

Dragonforce - Through The Fire And The Flames

Iron Maiden - Number of The Beast

RHCP - Suck My Kiss

AFI - Miss Murder

Queens of the Stone Age - Threes and Sevens

Slayer - Raining Blood

The Strokes - Reptilla

Backyard Babies - Minus Celcius

Die Toten Hosen - Hier Kommt Alex

Gallows - In The Belly Of A Shark

Hellacopters - In The Band

Heroes Del Silencio - Avalancha

In Flames - Take This Life

Kaiser Chiefs - Ruby

Lacuna Coil - Closer

Revolverhead - Generation Rock

Naast - Mauvais Garcon

Superbus - Radio Song

Matchbook Romance - Monsters

Slipknot - Before I Forget

Sonic Youth - Kool Thing

Rage Against The Machine - Bulls on Parade

Brett Michaels Band - Go That Far

An Endless Sporadic - Impulse

Dope - Nothing For Me Here

The Fall of Troy - F.C.P R.E.M.I.X

Killswitch Engage - My Curse

Lions - Metal Heavy Lady

Prototype - The Way It Ends

Rise Against - Prayer of The Refugee

Scouts of St. Sebastian - In Love

Senses Fail - Can't Be Saved

The Sleeping - Don't Hold Back

Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK

Aerosmith - Same Old Song and Dance

Bloc Party - Helicopter

Disturbed - Stricken

The Killers - When You Were Young

Product Description

Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock boss battles give fans a chance to compete against legendary guitarists such as Slash and Tom Morello. Players are required to deplete the boss' Rock Meter before the boss goes into their Death Drain solo, which always means 'lights-out.' After defeating a boss, players unlock that guitarist as a playable character and continue to the encore for the set list, which is a master recording of one of their respective bands' most well-known tracks. for instance, When Morello is defeated, the next performance is "Bulls on Parade," during which Morello performs on stage alongside the player. Guitar Hero 3 Features: Slash?s Original Boss Battle Recording Welcome to The Jungle (by Guns N? Roses) One (by Metallica) Paint It Black (by The Rolling Stones) Cherub Rock (by Smashing Pumpkins) Sabotage (by Beastie Boys) The Metal (by Tenacious D) My Name is Jonas (by Weezer) Knights of Cydonia (by Muse) Even Flow (by Pearl Jam) Lay Down (by Priestess) Cult of Personality (by Living Colour) Miss Murder (by AFI) Through Fire and Flames (by Dragonforce) Number of the Beast (by Iron Maiden) 3's and 7's (by Queens of the Stone Age) Suck My Kiss (by Red Hot Chili Peppers) Raining Blood (by Slayer) Paranoid (as made famous by Black Sabbath) Cities on Flame (as made famous by Blue Oyster Cult) Mississippi Queen (as made famous by Mountain) La Grange (as made famous by ZZ Top) Rock and Roll All Nite (as made famous by Kiss) School?s Out (as made famous by Alice Cooper) Rock You Like a Hurricane (as made famous by Scorpions) Slow Ride (as made famous by Foghat) Barracuda (as made famous by Heart)

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77 of 85 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Rocking The George Formby 26 Jun 2008
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I bought Guitar Hero III for the Wii a couple of weeks ago. Being an competent if unremarkable guitarist I was curious to see how playing Guitar Hero compared with 'the real thing'.

My initial feelings were a) I look ridiculous playing a plastic ukulele and b) I really should be practising my guitar instead of a guitar simulator. The initial choice of songs was underwhelming; Foghat (meh), Poison (dear God no), Pat Benatar (m'kay), Cream and a few I had never heard of. On the plus side there was Alice Cooper's 'Schools Out'. (I'm always partial to a bit of vintage Vince.) After five or ten minutes figuring out how to synchronise pressing the buttons with the fingers on my left hand with pressing the strum bar with my right hand, I was away and happily playing along on the Easy Level mode.

Compare this with the learning curve when playing a real guitar. Your fingers will hurt due to the strange contortions you are forced to make, the wire strings give you calluses, and your family and neighbours may not appreciate the distorted cat-in-a-mangle noises you are making. Playing a recognisable song is bloody hard work.

However, learning and then playing songs is an immensely satisfying experience in both cases. You don't quite get that oomph you have with an amped up real guitar, but then the GH III ukulele won't give you backache.

There were a few minor annoyances:

1) The playlist is a bit limiting. If you like mainstream classic rock than you'll love the music in the game. The Bloc Party, Stone Roses and Kaiser Chiefs songs seem, I don't know, out of sorts; shoehorned in to appeal to those who might want to play the game but feel ambivalent about Heart, Foghat or Slayer.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic fantastic fantastic! 23 July 2008
By Godden
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Wow, what an experience it is playing Guitar Hero. I am probably not your average gamer, my usual games are Buzz!, Wii Sport, Brain Training an my DS etc (I am a 45 year old female after all...)but have been tempted after seeing people at work playing it (during lunch time!) so took the plunge 3 days ago and have to say have not stopped playing it since. It probably helps that I don't play a real guitar (tried it but too hard) because it's nothing like it and also having a 20 year old son in the house who has already finished the 'Easy' stage and so unlocked many of the songs. The tracks on the game are varied and although I didn't recognise very many, I am enjoying the music in it's own right. It becomes compulsive to try and beat your previous score and so you get to hear the tracks many times-I hope my neighbour likes my efforts!
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant 14 Dec 2007
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
A warning for people buying the game, the sound is only in mono on this game at the moment, but unless you're desperate to use surround sound, don't let that stop you buying this game. In about a months time you'll be able to have a replacement disc sent to you free of charge anyway, with re-mastered sound. So since the problem will be sorted I've given this game 5 stars because it has kept the brilliant guitar hero game play and added online functionality, and it's so much fun. I'm not too fussed about the new boss battles, I just found them a little annoying to be honest, but having played the first and second game already I've found this game to be even more challenging. I think this is great, obviously it means that less people will be able to complete the game, but it's still easy enough to get into and unlock all the songs. There really isn't any other game experience like this at the moment, I couldn't recommend this game more.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Proof a game can be fun without shooting! 18 July 2008
By Dr. P. J. A. Wicks VINE VOICE
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
A few weeks ago someone brought the game "Rock Band" to work on their 360 and we all had a great time bashing away rather badly at the songs on offer; nothing motivates you to try hard like letting your buddies down! Back at home though I only have a Wii so opted to get Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, partly to practice so that I'll be on form for next time we get to rock out at work, and partly because it was just good fun!

So, in the box you get the game itself, and the wireless guitar controller. This is in contrast to some other consoles where the guitars have to be plugged in with a wire. At first it takes a little getting used to as you still have to go through the startup menu before getting into the game, and as your Wiimote is now nestled in the guitar you have to use a different set of controls, mounted on the guitar faceplate itself. Once you get the hang of it though it's quite easy, and in no time at all you'll be rockin' away!

So on to the game itself. I went through all of the tutorials and here I think they could have done a tiny bit better; the tutorials themselves are helpful (and at times comical) but if you need to repeat a lesson there's no option to skip through the talk-y bits and get straight on to the practice bits. Other than that though, very good.

Next on to career mode, again interspersed with fun scenes that chart the rise of your career. You can also customize your rocker with different outfits, guitars, etc in the store, but so far as I can tell these are purely cosmetic rather than affecting gameplay. A neat feature is that you can buy additional songs though, and I'm hoping we'll be able to access new downloadable tracks from the Wii store as PS3 and 360 players can do already.
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Published 1 month ago by Mandy
5.0 out of 5 stars Must but for the Wii
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Highly recommend this product to all who are interested in a product like this one.
Published 7 months ago by Alex Cameron
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5.0 out of 5 stars great fun
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Published 16 months ago by claire scott
1.0 out of 5 stars Absolute rubbish doesn't work at all
Bought this as a Christmas present for my son and the guitar NEVER worked. Neither could I get a refund - what a complete waste of money. Read more
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Published 19 months ago by Stefan McNeill
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Published 20 months ago by Mr. Robert E. Wilson
1.0 out of 5 stars My guitar is red & came in a brown cardboard box!
Did anyone else receive a White guitar in branded box as seen on the picture? Mine came in a brown cardboard box and the guitar was red!!! Read more
Published 21 months ago by MrsD
4.0 out of 5 stars Good game but hard
Ok I am going to edit my review a little - I was useless at this until I played DJ Hero - even then that was for 2 and half hours but somehow I have now completed a number of songs... Read more
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Game
Bought this for 16 yr old daughter for Christmas. She really has the knack of how to do and has spent most of Christmas on it! Read more
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