Guitar Hero: Smash Hits Previews - PS3

Game Description: This compilation game lets users rock out to 48 of their favorite tunes from Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero II, Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s and Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. Better still, all the tracks are now master recordings, and can be played with up to four friends in band mode. Experience some of your favorite tracks like never before, and shred your way to rock stardom!
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    All Access Preview: Guitar Hero Smash Hits


    'Guitar Hero Smash Hits' producer Paul Gadbois gives an overview of this new best of 'Guitar Hero' release and talks game inprovements, song choices and the "epic" storyline. Learn about Expert Plus mode, see game play footage and more!

    Posted: May 14, 2009 | 5,204 Views | 02:40 | 7 Comments

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