Since the release of the original Guitar Hero , Nintendo purists have been greivously slighted as they've have had to suffer through two long years without the awesome power of console rock. For those who are new to the franchise, the underlying gameplay concept of Guitar Hero is really a stroke of genius. Wielding a special guitar controller, which features a strum pad and five different colored fret keys, you'll play along to songs by nailing a stream of rapidly approaching notes on-screen.A meter tracks your accuracy and gauges the crowd response. If you hit the notes on-target you'll go on to open up new songs and receive cash to unlock additional bonus tunes and other goodies. Play lousy and you'll be booed off the stage. The appeal, of course, is you don't have to be an awesome guitarist to be able to rock out.



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