Who would pay over $100 for a game with a peripheral that would work with the one game only? That's the main question everyone was asking before Guitar Hero debuted on the PlayStation 2. Surprisingly, quite a few people went on to buy Guitar Hero and Activision and Harmonix reaped the benefits. A sequel was green lit, and earlier this year Guitar Hero II was released to much critical and commercial acclaim. After a quick PlayStation 2 song pack, the game's developer Harmonix left their successful franchise, and publisher Activision passed the series on to Tony Hawk veterans Neversoft and Vicarious Visions. While being the fourth release, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock is a game of firsts, but does it rock, or pale in comparison to its predecessors?