Videogamer writes: "We were trying to please everyone out there, and I think in the end you end up not pleasing any one person a lot." So spoke Neversoft's Brian Bright, project director on Guitar Hero 5. Personally, I disagree: I liked Guitar Hero 5. Everyone I know who was still into rhythm games (not very many, to be honest) liked Guitar Hero 5. The most memorable event for my band (Goretopsy, thank you for asking) was the evening we all got 100% on Superstition while absolutely hammered; it's those little impromptu nuggets of rhythmic joy which help define the continued existence of the genre".