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Post by Dan @ 10:27pm 05/10/07 | 3 Comments
It's been out for a while now, but damn if I haven't had so much else to play recently that I almost didn't get around to this one. Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80s (also known as Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s in the US) is like a little PlayStation 2 exclusive bonus game from RedOctane while we wait for the likes of Guitar Hero 3: Legends of Rock and EA's Rock Band to arrive.

Check out AusGamers' review for our thoughts on the game as well as a little publisher/developer history lesson.



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Yerolo
Posted 02:07pm 06/10/07
Err dude....Theres well known tracks there from acts such as Skid Row, White Lion, Dio, Twisted Sister, The Police, Poison, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Dead Kennedys & Anthrax

Hell I might be showing my age...but saying that'noone' would remember them is a stretch. Speak for yourself
Kamma
Posted 03:00pm 06/10/07
I'll have to agree with the good Reverend. Most of the good songs on there were mixed and mastered so terribly that they were unrecognisable.

I was stoked when I heard that Skid Row and White Lion had a spot on there... Not so stoked when I heard with my own ears what they had done to them!
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