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Guitar Hero III: Do you have what it takes to rock?

Posted by Sir Cucumber at 11:47 PM on Wednesday, December 12, 2007

video game design critique from the resigned gamer, manhunter

How bad do you want to rock?
14-steps-to-start-the-game bad?





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SCREEN

TO ADVANCE

1

Nintendo Legal

Wait

2

Activision Logo

Press button to skip

3

Red Octane Logo

Press button to skip

4

Neversoft Logo

Press button to skip

5

Vicarious Visions Inc. Logo

Press button to skip

6

Budcat Creations LLC Logo

Press button to skip

7

GH3 Intro Animation

Press button to skip

8

GH3 Title

"Press any button to rock"

9

Mode Menu

Press button to select career

10

Band Menu

Select band and press green (does not pre-select last band picked)

11

Difficulty Menu

Select difficulty and press green (does not pre-select last difficulty played)

12

Intra-Account Menu

Press Green to "play a show"

13

Venue Menu

Press Green to select venue (it does pre-select last venue reached)

14

Song Menu

Press Green to select song (it does pre-select last song reached)


Me, I'm keeping my day job.

2 comments:

Adam said...

I know I'm posting this a little late, but I went and tested this with Rock Band: 8 steps total, and it does preselect the last difficulty you played and the last unbeaten song in whatever group of songs you were playing last (regular songs, bonus songs, or downloadable content).

The note charts are also much more fun than GH3 and song difficulty isn't artificially increased with crazy triple chord changes.

Sir Cucumber said...

ZOMG, someone actually took one of our posts seriously, and then contributed meaningful content in response!

We're probably related. You're probably my cousin or something, and don't count.