Guitar Hero has always been a huge hit with the kids and all their friends. I myself have played it quite a few times. I love the song selections and always tend to rock the classics. There is a new design to the guitar that will help you to learn basic cords. That is why I am putting this under the tree this year for my family.
Thanks to another new innovation in Guitar Hero Live its sure to challenge even the best of us. Freestyle Games has tossed aside the simple five-button controllers for a new innovative design that offers two rows of three frets. This seemingly minor change has a huge effect on game play, and that’s the reason any die-hard band game fan has to try out Guitar Hero Live. I found it to be a breath of fresh air offering a more realistic angle in game play.
The Live portion of the game is just a small segment of what’s on offer, though. Guitar Hero TV is a streaming service with a much more expansive library, and it’s probably where most players like myself will spend most of their time. It’s even better if you have tons of friends that want to play fresh sets. The best part is that there is no need to worry about paying for new packs of songs, they will be adding new content to the game for free.
I really enjoy the game, and its usually our choice for family game night in my house. I love the variety of music that is at your fingertips. The guitar takes some time to master but that’s another reason to get the game, let us be honest this genre was in need of some new innovations. I would highly recommend grabbing a copy for under your tree. Seeing that Christmas is right around the corner Freestyle Games has given me an Xbox One copy to give away. Simply enter the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win. Good Luck!
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Disclaimer: This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.