Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock for PlayStation 3
PS3

Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

Sep 28, 2010

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Gamers will complete challenges such as Band Streak, High Score and Power Challenge, which allows players to choose any two warrior powers they have unlocked to try and earn ridiculously high scores, to rank up and unlock more rewards and content than ever before. All-new Challenge Leaderboards have been created in order to capture the outrageous scores that are capable with Quickplay+.

Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
7.35
Matt WalkerSep 28, 2010
In a nutshell, I think the word that best describes Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock is fun. In the past, Guitar Hero has felt more like a chore at first and then became fun as you progressed, but Warriors of Rock is not like this. I was reminded why the first entry was so successful – people love the idea of playing these phenomenal songs. Sure, some of the people playing the game may be able to play the songs for real and some may want to learn to play them, but none of them can deny the urge to play these songs in such a relaxed and simplistic way.
Nick ChesterSep 28, 2010
Warriors of Rock is a solid Guitar Hero offering for sure, and perhaps one of Neversoft’s best, despite the weird creative decision to include monsters in its primary experience. It’s a title that packs a ton of content and gameplay onto a single disc, and its import options for songs from previous titles will pad your song selections nicely. But it’s also an experience that feels remarkably similar to last year’s offering, and that’s unfortunate.
Leopold MargarineSep 28, 2010
Sorry, Guitar Hero: We still love you, but we think it’s time we started seeing other franchises. Opting for a full band setup in Guitar Hero World Tour was a smart move and adding all those convenient features like Party Play to Guitar Hero 5 made all kinds of sense, but this time, it’s just not enough. Your ridiculous new story-driven career mode fails to hide the fact that Warriors of Rock is essentially just a dressed up version of the same game we’ve been playing for years.

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