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Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock for PS3 or Nintendo Wii is the revolutionary musical video game that has swept the world. Turn up the volume and pre...Click To Read More About This Product
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Unleash your inner rock legend!
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock for PS3 or Nintendo Wii is the revolutionary musical video game that has swept the world. Turn up the volume and prepare to become a virtual rockstar using some of the most intense hand-eye coordination a video game has ever demanded.
Become A Legend
In this iconic video game series from Activision you face off against guitar icons like Slash of Guns N' Roses or Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine. Fight insane battles featuring original tracks recorded exclusively for Guitar Hero III. But first you'll have to shred your way through classic tunes by such notables as Santana: "Black Magic Woman," ZZ Top: "La Grange," Red Hot Chili Peppers: "Suck My Kiss," and newer fare from Bloc Party: "Hellicopter," The Killers: "When You Were Young," and Queens of the Stone Age: "3's and 7's." In all, there are over 70 ear-catching headbangers, punk anthems, and modern rockers that'll keep your fingers busy. Master them all, and you'll feel like a legend too.
Rock Out Online Or Party Offline
With Activision's Guitar Hero III you defeat opponents to achieve legendary status in head-to-head competitions., There's even an all-new guitar battle where you can wreak havoc on your opponent's gear by using your earned weapons to break strings or amps. Or share the glory with a friend in the co-op career mode.
Cutting Edge Guitar Controller
Activision updated the Guitar Hero III controllers with enhanced button coloring and shape, making them feel more like a guitar than a toy. The wired Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360 controllers are based on Gibson's classic Les Paul. The PS2 controller is based on the Kramer Striker guitar. It's wired, has a removable faceplate, and comes with a series of stickers so you can customize the look of your axe. (Controllers require 2 AA batteries.)
Game supports up to 2 players.
- Songlist includes:
- Miss Murder (AFI)
- School's Out (Alice Cooper)
- Sabotage (Beastie Boys)
- Paranoid (Black Sabbath)
- Helicopter (Bloc Party)
- One Way or Another (Blondie)
- Cities On Flame With Rock & Roll (Blue Oyster Cult)
- Devil Went Down To Georgia (Charlie Daniels)
- Sunshine of Your love (Cream)
- Play The Blues (Danko Jones)
- Width of a Circle (David Bowie)
- Holiday in Cambodia (Dead Kennedys)
- Stricken (Disturbed)
- Through Fire and Flames (Dragonforce)
- Cliffs of Dover (Eric Johnson)
- Slowride (Foghat)
- Welcome to the Jungle (Guns N Roses)
- Barracuda (Heart)
- Number of the Beast (Iron Maiden)
- Rock N Roll All Nite (KISS)
- Cult of Personality (Living Color)
- Monsters (Matchbook Romance)
- Master of Puppets (Metallica)
- Mississippi Queen (Mountain)
- Knights of Cydonia (Muse)
- Hit Me With Your Best Shot (Pat Benatar)
- Even Flow (Pearl Jam)
- Talk Dirty to Me (Poison)
- Lay Down (Priestess)
- 3's and 7's (Queens of the Stone Age)
- Bulls On Parade (Rage Against The Machine)
- Suck My Kiss (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
- Same Old Song and Dance (Aerosmith)
- Black Magic Woman (Santana)
- Raining Blood (Slayer)
- Before I Forget (Slipknot)
- Cherub Rock (Smashing Pumpkins)
- Story of My Life (Social Distortion)
- Kool Thing (Sonic Youth)
- Pride and Joy (Stevie Ray Vaughan)
- She Bangs A Drum (Stone Roses)
- The Metal (Tenacious D)
- Paint It Black (The Rolling Stones)
- Rock You Like A Hurricane (The Scorpions)
- The Seeker (The Who)
- My Name is Jonas (Weezer)
- Black Sunshine (White Zombie)
- La Grange (ZZ Top)
Find out what the noise is about. Order Guitar Hero III Legends of Rock and get your shred on.
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I got this for the XBox360 the night that it came out and I haven't looked back. I have been a big fan of the games since the first Guitar Hero. This one is by far the best. The new hammer-on-pull-off system is increadible. The song selection is even better. I would recomend the game to anyone.
This game is just plane awesome! Awesome soundtrack, awesome story, not awesome graphics. But then again, who's looking at the graphics when there are like a million notes coming at once! My friend said he prefers Rock Band for two reasons, shot them both down. First of all, he thinks a real guitar is easier to play, WRONG. Those are almost the exact same notes you would play on a real guitar, exept somewhat EASIER. Next he says you can sing in rock band, but who wants to sing in a game about playing guitar? BUY THIS GAME!
This game is an essential for any gamer or rocker; let me start off with good comments about the game: The awesome songs, the great graphics, an actual story line, and of course, the sheer fun (or aggravation) of playing the songs (or failing them). I have never seen a wider verity of rock styles compiled into one place than on the guiar hero series, and this varity comes to an amazing climax in GH3. It features everything from blues to metal, and I was espically pleased to have a song by my favorite band, Blue Oyster Cult, featured on the game. Overall, pretty sweet. Now, the cons of purchase: The game is incredible fragile (at least the PS2 version) and scratches very easily (I found that out the hard way)resulting in an annoying skip in the songs about half way through. Second, the controller flat out sucks. I think the cheap-o's at the company intentionally made the PS2 version crappier so you would have to go out and buy the more expensive PS3 or Wii editions, which cost even more when you don't already own a PS3 or a Wii. Despite corporate interference to make more money, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock is overall a great game.
I got this for Christmas last year and it is the most addicting game I have aside from The Legend of Zelda. If you want it, have no hesitation of getting it. You will have no regret.Great game.(Note: The Xbox 360 version is better.)
This game is one of the best ever made. My favorite part is that you can go online and jam with your friends. When playing online, you can play co-op where one person plays bass and one person plays lead guitar or you can play face-off where you try to beat your opponent with power ups and pure skill. The songs are also awesome. If your a beginner to Guitar Hero then you should start with Guitar Hero 2 because its a lot easier. If you dont have enough money for GH3 but you have GH2, just buy the game because the X-Plorer works for GH3 also!
This game rules. Of course it's awesome and it's a lot harder than the 2 games before it. It also includes a bunch of cool songs like from Fall of Troy, Dragonforce, and of course the classics. The graphics rule, there are cooler characters (God of War.. My favorite. He looks rad), and some of the locations are sweet.The only downside to this game is that it was bought out by MTV. Which, may or may not be good. I don't know. There are a bit more sexually explicit graphics so letting your youngin' play this might not be an awesome idea.Righteous game overall.