Guitar Hero 3 contains a variety of new modes as well, including a cooperative career as well as online multiplayer. For those who've mastered the first two Guitar Hero titles, Legends of Rock provides an ample amount of challenge, putting your fingers to the test. If you think you have what it takes to become a true rock legend, give Guitar Hero 3 a try! In the main Career mode, Guitar Hero 3: Legends of Rock follows your custom character trying to win fame and fortune as a member of a small rock band.
In order to progress to the next level of your career, you successfully impress the audience at your concerts by performing well in various songs. In the Co-op Career mode, you and your buddy play as two friends who link up with a drummer and singer, film a music video, and even go on to play a gig in Japan. These extra scenes provide some great motivation to keep jamming on, as you skyrocket to fantastical levels of fame.
Just like in previous Guitar Hero titles, players use a guitar peripheral with five fret buttons, pressing colored notes in time with the current song. On easier difficulties, players are only required to tap a few buttons, but on the highest difficulty, advanced guitar skills are basically required. Playing notes in succession without a mistake raises your combo meter, which in turn increases your score.
If you fail to keep up with the notes or miss too many, the crowd will turn on you, failing the song. Luckily, there are four difficulty levels to choose from, each one providing a significant step up in challenge. At the end of each song, you're given a star rating based on your performance. There are a variety of modes to choose from in Guitar Hero 3, providing plenty of different ways to rock with your friends. In addition to the single-player and cooperative Career modes, players can enjoy fierce, competitive multiplayer matches both locally and online.
Besides the standard score-based face-offs, you can challenge opponents in Battle mode, where players earn power-ups that can be used to disrupt the other player. As you play Guitar Hero 3, you'll also earn coins which can be spent in the in-game store, unlocking new songs to play.
There are over two dozen extra songs to unlock, giving players plenty of reason to keep coming back for more. Slash Slash 5. Tom Morello Tom Morello 2. Live in Japan 6. European Invasion 2. Making the Video 3. Making the Video 2. European Invasion 5. Battle for Your Soul 8. Battle for Your Souls One Metallica 8. Return of the Shred 5. Big House Blues 4. Starting Out Small 1. Big House Blues Encore 3. Making the Video 1.
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These differences include the gems now being able to be Hammered On and Pulled Off to better imitate how an actual guitarist would play the song. The timing window has also been extended, making for generally easier squeezes. Also, for HOPOs, instead of having to press the fret only when the gem comes down, players can now hit the fret at any time before it's played, as long as they are still holding it when the gem falls into the notecatcher.
Also, there is no option for a Multiplayer Quick Play, besides a patch released for the Xbox version of the game. Four of the systems feature wireless controllers. The Wii port is somewhat unique in that the Wii Remote must be inserted into the guitar controller, and utilizes the Wii Remote's miniature speaker and rumble feature.
Battle Mode is an exciting prominent new feature. It is a new multiplayer option, and also plays an important role in Career Mode. After a certain encore is finished, a famous guitarist comes out from backstage and challenges the player to a guitar duel, and two fretboards appear one for the player, the other for the challenger. During the mode, the two charts alternate solo sections.
Certain note sequences are designated as battles notes that give the player power-ups if every note is played without overstrumming. In order to win this mode, the player must use the power-ups to make the opponent fail out. There are eight power-ups that can be used, two of which break the opponent's guitar, preventing them from playing until they have performed a task to "fix" their guitar, and three of which make it more difficult to hit notes for a given time.
These power-ups are:. If the player can beat the boss, that character will be made available for purchase as a playable character in the store, and he will play the encore usually a song which that character has performed in real life along with the player. The three boss battles are:.
In the Career setlist, for the boss battles, it is only noted whether the player has beaten the boss, and not how many stars or what score were obtained, as there is no multiplier. Before the free Boss Battles downloadable song pack was released, there was no way to play these boss battle songs in the Practice, Quick Play, or Multiplayer modes.
In addition, the player can unlock the three boss characters: Tom Morello , Slash , and Lou , once they have completed their respective boss battles in Career mode. While Bret Michaels appears in the game and sings specific songs, he is not a playable character in the game without use of a code.
Michaels is only included in the PlayStation 3 and Xbox versions of the game, but can be seen via a cheat in the Wii and PlayStation 2 versions, as well. Here is the complete setlist for Guitar Hero III , which will also include all downloadable content when released. The achievements for the Xbox version of the game can be viewed here. Please Wait Gameplay Guitar Hero III retains much of the same gameplay as the previous titles in the series; players still use a specially designed guitar controller to play along with colored gems scrolling down the middle of the screen while the band in the background reflects the performance.
Controllers Four of the systems feature wireless controllers. Battle Mode Battle Mode is an exciting prominent new feature. These power-ups are: Amp Overload — Causes the notes to flash on and off, and the fretboard to shake. Its icon is a thunderbolt. Broken Whammy — Forces the opponent to tilt the whammy bar repeatedly until they can play again.
Its icon is a wavy line. Broken String — Forces the opponent to press a fret button repeatedly until they can play again. It's icon is a pair of scissors. Death Drain — Quickly lowers the opponent's Rock Meter , regardless of how successful they are playing. Only used in Sudden Death. I don't personally enjoy DDR, but what makes you think people play guitar hero to look cool? And about people who feel that they are playing the song To allow people to escape realism and make them feel special You obviously are a narrow-minded person, and more embarrasingly, you proved it so by making such comments on the internet for all to see.
Don't mind me. Rated 10 to pull the rating back up. Griper you think that commenting without play the game its a good option? Guitar Hero its the same think as Dancing genre, need Griper you think that commenting without play the game its a good option?
Guitar Hero its the same think as Dancing genre, need practice and skill, if you are a noob that never played a guitar or something else, leave the game and aclaim it and cry in your bed. Guitar Hero its still great, has good graphics, and its the same thing if you spend money in a console or a video card, when you play EXPERT or HARD difficulty its like playing a real guitar, you need speed and concentration. The game has unlockable items and song like the DDR games.
I rated it 10! Truly an amazing game, even now. The graphics are amazing for its time, and the gameplay is very enjoyable. It gives true challenge to the Truly an amazing game, even now. It gives true challenge to the Guitar Hero franchise, which made it stand out from Rock Band. This is the definitive version, with enhanced graphics, sharp sounds, and custom song entry. The online doesn't work though. That is expectable, however.
The game is old. Oh, and to help some people, Press orange,blue,orange,yellow in "enter cheat". It will say hyperspeed, but it's easy mode. Great game from beginning to end. In fact it tends to get better as you get to the end. The difficulty curve is great, it's an easy game Great game from beginning to end.
The difficulty curve is great, it's an easy game to pick up, very difficult to master, but you'll learn to get better at it as you play along. The game has some great songs that guys like me have been trying for years to play on a real guitar and anyone who loves animations would enjoy seeing how the band animates perfectly with the song. Many people seem to claim that it requires a good computer to play, but the game runs perfectly smoothly on my 3-year old computer.
Boosted somewhat by it's online capabilities but it's still the same game with minimal improvements. Good for solo or friends play, though there are better things out there. It's DDR, which would have died out a long time ago if it weren't for people who mistakenly think it's fun. The difference is, It's DDR, which would have died out a long time ago if it weren't for people who mistakenly think it's fun.
On the positive note And on the note that people who gripe about DDR suck at it DDR isn't about "skill" it's about practice. And spending hours Practicing just to unlock another song sounds a little too much like work to me. Play Video. Essential Links. By Metascore By user score. All Current Games ». Elden Ring. God of War. Forza Horizon 5. OlliOlli World. Monster Hunter Rise. Exo One. Age of Empires IV.
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock is a music rhythm video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. It is the third main installment in the Guitar Hero series, following Guitar Hero II. Guitar Hero III features 73 songs on the game's media; this includes the 39 single-player songs, three "Boss Battle" songs, six co-op career exclusive songs. Lista de canções de Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. Esta é uma lista destacada. Clique aqui para mais informações. Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre.