If you're in video games, you've probably heard the name Guitar Hero thrown around a couple of times. Guitar game is a popular music license that allows the player to act like a real rock star. Hitting notes, playing songs, guys … it really resembles the band. And now with the Guitar Hero: World Tour, you can even be a drummer or a micro hero! (Of course, these features were already available in Rock Band, a former publisher, one of the main rivals Guitar Hero). Franchise has since made a jump on the mobile phone, minus one particular. The iPhone: the phone that took the world by storm.
Some might be asking: "Why not on iPhone?" True, it's one of the newest phones of their time. But why not? The iPhone shares numerous games with its non-cellular aunt, iPod touch, through the App Store. Many other popular playlists have gone to iPhone, such as The Sims, Need for Speed, Assassin Creed, Brothers in Arms, and Resident Evil. Guitar hero: iPhone Edition, however, may not be the best choice businessman. The App Store already has its share in GH copies, the most popular of which is Tap Loss series. The main game now, Tap Tap Revenge 2, is the free app and the original, once free but no longer was, was downloaded for free from 2008. There are also premiums (paid) Loss Loss games, which usually focus on one artist. Some examples include Coldplay, The Dave Matthews Band and Lady Gaga.
Now you can compare:
Currently, Guitar Games as 4 main and 4 "expansion games", surrounding either a group of musicals (Smash Hits, Rock the 80s) or a special band (Aerosmith, Metallica) . There are also portable games for mobile and Nintendo DS.
Currently there are 2 major Loss Loss games (1 paid) and 6 high quality games, which are usually artist specific (Lady Gaga, Nine inch Nails, Coldplay, etc.).
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Source by Mook Todd