Of course it won't be compatible with Rock Band...Activision will see to that. Jerkweeds.
Originally Posted by Puckbandit35
Rock Band > Guitar Hero
Originally Posted by Hayday
Rock Band > Guitar Hero ONLY IF you have people to play with, otherwise
Guitar Hero > Rock Band
Incorrect. Even by yourself, Rock Band > Guitar Hero. You get guitar, bass, drums, and vocals to play with...that's basically four games in one, or three if you don't want to treat guitar and bass as different games.
And in Rock Band, most of the tracks are actually good
and are masters
. Even the no-name "extra" tracks are mostly pretty darn good. In Guitar Hero 3, the track list is markedly inferior and is mostly covers. Raining Blood
may be the single most asinine choice for a rhythym game in the history of rhythym games.
And just what the hell is with those retarded boss battles in GH3, anyway? Stupid, stupid, stupid.
(Now my GH experience is limited to GH3, and I'm told that it sucks rocks in comparison to GH1 and GH2. But I can only see the game through the lens that I have to look through...I do intend to pick up GH2 one of these days, so maybe I'll have a kinder opinion when I do.)
Then there's the fact that Activision's policy of not letting any non-GH guitar work with GH just irritates me. My Rock Band guitar can't even be plugged in
or GH3 won't play. That's just asinine. It's even worse that they somehow prevent their guitars from working with Rock Band on the PS3...at least I don't have that problem on the X360, but I don't think Sony (or any console manufacturer) should let the software developers do that to their customers.
In summary...Rock Band > Guitar Hero no matter how you slice it.
Originally Posted by legoman786
GH and Rock Band are both developed by Harmonix AFAIK
Harmonix created Guitar Hero, but left it behind to go make Rock Band. Which is why Rock Band is good, and Guitar Hero 3 is not so good.