Guitar Hero was a massive hit on the PS2, but since 2008 there hasn’t been a new version of the game on consoles. It’s back now with Guitar Hero Live, which features innovations like playing from a first person perspective of someone at a concert and using real crowds that react to your performance in real time. The game has two modes – GH Live and GHTV. In GH Live you’ll be able to play any song that comes up whenever it does so long as you own it, or if nothing else then hopefully there will be enough songs available for purchase (or even free ones).
It has been quite a while since the last Guitar Hero game and even longer since we’ve seen a new console version of the franchise.
If you’re a fan of the Guitar Hero franchise, it has been quite a while since the last console version was released. In fact, if you look at the past six years or so, there hasn’t been much movement on this front. The last handheld version came out in 2011 and was for iOS devices only (no Android). The last mobile version came out in 2012 and was also for iOS devices only (again, no Android). And finally, we saw an expansion pack to their PC game back in 2013 called GHTV which allowed players to play along with other people online through various channels that carried different genres and themes each week.
So what does this all mean? Well first off let’s talk about what happened with these games since 2010 when we saw an all new game come out on PS3/Xbox 360 consoles as well as Wii consoles:
- Guitar Hero 5: This was considered by many fans to be one of the best entries into this franchise yet because they added several new features including: – Full Band Mode where up to four players could play together simultaneously instead of just two like previous versions had allowed before hand! – Expert+ mode where players had access not only expert parts but also expert+ parts which were even harder than those that existed before hand!
- Guitar Hero Metallica: This version came bundled with GHTV access so if you wanted both then you’d have paid double except if bought separately then cost more money overall ($49 versus $30). It featured songs from bands such as Metallica but also included some other acts such as Megadeth who usually aren’t associated with heavy metal music genre unless we count them under thrash metal category instead of speed-metal
Activision will be releasing Guitar Hero Live which aims to fix many of the problems people had with the previous games in the series.
Activision will be releasing Guitar Hero Live which aims to fix many of the problems people had with the previous games in the series. The new game is not a sequel or prequel; it’s a reboot. It’s coming out for PS4 and Xbox One this fall, and Activision has announced that it will be playable with a new controller designed specifically for this version. The gameplay mode is also getting some changes, including a new “Guitar Hero TV” mode where players can watch music videos from their favorite bands along with other players from around the world!
The original Guitar Hero was released back in 2005 on sixth generation consoles like Playstation 2 and Xbox 360 as well as seventh generation consoles like Playstation 3 and Xbox One (which were still years away at that time).
Gameplay is from a first person perspective of someone at a concert.
The first thing you notice is that you’re in a concert setting. You can see the crowd, the stage, even a bit of your bandmates as they play their instruments. You’re right there in front of them playing along with them as if you’re actually performing at a show. It gives off an amazing energy and feeling that hasn’t been seen before in any GH game before. It’s something completely new to all players–gamers and musicians alike–that haven’t played this game before!
There are two modes to the game – GH Live and GHTV.
There are two modes to the game – GH Live and GHTV.
GH Live is a single player mode where you play through a career and progress through songs in order of difficulty. You can select any song at any time and play it out, earning stars based on how well you do. You can also choose to play with other people or against them, or even become an online instructor where you guide others through the song while they play along with you!
GHTV is a multiplayer mode that provides access to all of the songs in the game as soon as they come out (with no wait), 24/7 streaming music video network channels, daily challenges for score bonuses and more!
There is also a new controller with two rows of three buttons instead of five across, giving it six buttons total (black and white).
In addition to new features, the controller has changed in size. The touchpad is smaller than the previous controller and there are two rows of three buttons instead of five across, giving it six buttons total (black and white). This means that you will be able to play songs with fewer button presses than before.
There’s also some new stuff for your fingers on the neck of the guitar itself. It comes with a strum bar at first glance but there is also a touchpad under where you would typically expect to find frets so that you can strum chords in real time!
Guitar Hero Live uses real crowds that react to your performance in real time.
Guitar Hero Live uses real crowds that react to your performance in real time. It’s a simple enough concept, but it looks like a game-changer for the rhythm-action genre (rhythm action, if you will). The developers have said that players will feel like they’re on stage with real crowds responding to them and their music as they play.
The new Guitar Hero features innovations that make it a unique experience.
These innovations make for a unique experience that no other console game can match. The game is in first person, and you play as a guitarist who gets to experience all of the action from the perspective of their instrument.
The controller is completely redesigned, as well! It’s now shaped like an actual guitar neck, with buttons and strumming pads that feel just like real-life instruments. Plus, it has a new mode called “Freestyle Guitar Solos”, allowing you to play whatever notes you want on your own terms instead of following along with pre-programmed songs like on previous versions.
A huge crowd has been added to each venue in order to give more life and energy into every stage! They are excited about what they’re seeing onstage and will cheer loudly whenever someone makes an impressive move during gameplay (which happens often). In addition, there’s even more interaction between players themselves by using microphones during multiplayer matches – which adds another layer onto how fun this experience really is! Finally…the soundtrack includes some old favorites from previous installments along with newer tracks too…and there’s even some nostalgic throwbacks here too!
I can’t wait to get my hands on the new Guitar Hero. I am a fan of music games but haven’t played one in years because they just aren’t fun anymore. The new controller looks like it will be great and I love that you’re actually playing in front of people instead of just watching them on screen. I think this is going to be the best game yet!