PluggedIn writes: "That's why, when I see a rare game like Guitar Praise: Solid Rock come along, I have to take a moment to respond appropriately. So, here goes: "Wahoo!"
Granted, this game does not develop any new concepts. In fact, many secular reviewers have called Guitar Praise a "rip-off," "knock-off" and "copycat" of the original groundbreaking game Guitar Hero. And, in a way, they're right. But what that snarky group seems to be missing-while they smirk at the idea of "Christian rockers with a plastic guitar"-is that the game doesn't have to be radically different from others in this billion-dollar rock guitar genre to be noteworthy. It just needs a little cleanup on aisle nine."