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Sequel to Guitar Hero (2005). The game features more than 40 popular licensed songs which you play on a guitar controller.
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Jason Kendall ... Tutorial Voice-over (voice)
... Vip Rockstar
Kim Nieva ... Herself - Background Vocalist (as Kimberly A. Nieva)
Danny Shorago ... Rock This Town / Hush / Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo (singing voice)
Matt Wignall ... Motion Capture Actor
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Sequel to Guitar Hero (2005). The game features more than 40 popular licensed songs which you play on a guitar controller.

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Trivia

At the Nilbog High venue, the clock reads 6:66, "The Number of the Beast", referring to the popular Iron Maiden song. See more »

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No pitchers were harmed in the making of this game. Except for one. Joel Zumaya. He had it coming. (XBox 360 version) See more »

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Referenced in South Park: Guitar Queer-o (2007) See more »

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CHERRY PIE
Words and Music by Jani Lane
© 1990 EMI VIRGIN SONGS, INC., DICK DRAGON MUSIC
All Rights Controlled and Administered by EMI VIRGIN SONGS, INC. (BMI)
All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured. Used by Permission.
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Fun Fun Fun!
11 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

Well, this certainly is a VERY fun game! If you're tired of your shoot 'em ups, racing, sports or platform games, then give this one a whirl...it's sooo different to anything else out there. The whole idea of using a guitar and NOT the controller is probably the best part. Being a young whipper snapper, I haven't heard of a lot of the songs that are on this game, but that doesn't mean I don't enjoy playing them. Each of these songs have really good solo pieces in them that are so much fun to play...well, if you can play them that is! lol.

There are 4 different difficulty settings for this game; Easy, Medium, Hard and Expert. I am currently trying to complete the Medium difficulty having completed the Easy one with 5/5 stars for all 35 songs. Once you're in Medium, you really do start to see a difference in difficulty. I'm female, so my hands aren't that big, and I do sometimes struggle to hit all the notes, especially when i'm using my little finger and it's moving faster than it ever has done before! I have had a sneaky go at some of the songs on Expert and Hard, and I don;t think i'm going to even attempt to try them. They look impossible, but I suppose if you have the patience, and you're hardcore, then those difficulties are your sort of thing! As a whole, it's a simple game; just hitting notes as they appear on the screen, making the song sound awesome. But believe me, this game is not as easy as it looks...but it as fun as it looks :)


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