Guitar Hero Live is a live-action experience that delivers the full emotional roller coaster of being on stage, with players performing in a real band, in front of real crowds, who react in real time to how well or poorly you play. The game introduces two powerful ways to play: a first-person point of view where you are up on stage as the star of the show, and GHTV, a 24-hour playable music video network that lets fans play along to a continually-updated collection of official videos.
It's time to put an end to the debate. Now that Guitar Hero Live is out, we must crown a champion. Right? I mean they both let you live out your rock band fantasy as an up and coming band, although in Guitar Hero Live's case, it's just the lead guitarist. But what if I told you that you don't have to compare them. What if I told you that each one brings something unique to the table, that makes them both a viable purchase, even if you were just scoping out a single game. Guitar Hero Live is easily a reinvention of the entire series. Gone are animated bands and caricatured characters like Lars Umlaut and in their place are pre-recorded FMVs with real people, real instruments, real crowds. Gone are the days of five multi-color buttons in a row and in their place is... Read Review