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MEGamers: Guitar Hero: Metallica Review

MEGamers writes: "This game is defiantly going to make a countless number of people happy. Imagine how many Metallica influenced metal fans are playing GH at the moment. They now have their very own game to mess around with that includes their favourite Metallica songs to go with many other related pictures and videos for the band. Even with all of that on mind, are we really ready for another Guitar Hero title? Didn't World Tour just land? And isn't Smash Hits about to come out as well? What about the all new GH5 promised later this year? Which brings us to the question: Is GH: Metallica a rip-off or is it something else on its own?"

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The 10 Most Metal Games of All Time

GamesRadar - Blacker than the blackest black, times infinity

In many ways video games and heavy metal go hand in hand, at least when their digits aren’t occupied with a multiplayer match and/or mind-melting guitar solo. A huge number of games revel in the savagery metal is known for, letting you eviscerate armies of enemies just as soundly as fierce riffs eviscerate mortal souls. Games like Gears of War, Manhunt, Dead Space, and Postal are all examples of carnage, violence, and destruction, so they're totally metal, right?

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LightDiego3359d ago

Brutal Legend soundtrack it's epic, probably one of the best ever. Shadows of the Damned it's awesome, so underrated, sadly.
Bayonetta and Twisted Metal are classics, i still need to play Splatterhouse.

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Here's How Activision Should Bring Back Guitar Hero

The rumors are swirling, so The Geek Culture has a few suggestions on how Activision can bring back Guitar Hero right.

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Rocksmith Can Teach Us To Truly Rock, Unlike Guitar Hero

Ubisoft announced recently that it will be releasing a new guitar-based video game called Rocksmith. Unlike Guitar Hero and Rockband, this game will allow gamers to actually learn how to play the guitar rather than just pressing a set of colored buttons.

So is Rocksmith the guitar game aspiring musicians have been truly looking for?

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