I have the 3rd one on 360, as well as two guitars. I was just kinda planning on bringing my whole setup. I also have 2 guitars, and I might have Rock Band by then as well, so thats another game to play (could possibly set my 360 up with Rock Band and your PS2 with Guitar Hero, if that wouldn't be too much crap in the way).Good idea. Who has a good sized tv they could bring? I can supply the ps2 and guitars
I got it last Friday and I've been binging on it in my free time ever since. Currently, I have all but 5 guitars, more than half of the finishes, all the videos, and I've beaten it on Easy and Medium. I'm slogging my way through on hard right now. I love this game. Even if the orange fret is frivolous and unnecessary:stan3: .I just bought my son #3 for the 360. I played it for the 1st time the other day and it was a blast. :rock:
It's really fun, but when you have split tri-chords at 160 beats per minute, it's gets really frustrating (specifically, Cherub Rock on Hard).I played some yesterday and a little today and beat it on easy. This is the first time ever playing any of the guitar hero games
So should I bring just the TV, or the whole set up (plus or minus amps, though the bass response really is kinda sad and I do recommend at least one)? And would you be opposed to having both Rock Band and Guitar Hero set up, or would you rather have just one?Good idea. Who has a good sized tv they could bring? I can supply the ps2 and guitars
I want to play Heroin Hero..
Damnit...I'm 32 songs in, and I just can't get past the last ones. Too many notes, with too many chords mixed in. My pinky is useless, so I'm only using 3 fingers, and they just won't move fast enough.Guitar hero would be amazing. I am addicted to it, lol, I actually just finished beating a career in hard
I was 30 songs in and then my sister put a huge scratch in the disc.Guitar hero would be amazing. I am addicted to it, lol, I actually just finished beating a career in hard