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Guitar Hero II (360)
Expert
Total Score14,411,681
Passed73/74
5*52/74
6*19/74
7*2
8*0
100%0/74
FCs0/74
Rank1688th
Guitar Hero III (360)
Expert
Total Score15,418,335
Passed67/70
5*53/70
6*34/70
7*11
8*3
100%7/70
FCs7/70
Rank3502nd
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (360)
Expert
Total Score9,412,067
Passed41/41
5*36/41
6*24/41
7*6
8*0
100%2/41
FCs2/41
Rank721st
Guitar Hero (PS2)
Expert
Total Score7,192,914
Passed40/47
5*30/47
6*14/47
7*1
8*0
100%2/47
FCs2/47
Rank2661st
Rock Band 2 (Guitar, 360)
Expert
Total Score6,951,222
Passed62/84
2*54/84
3*54/84
4*47/84
5*32/84
6*10/84
100%3/84
Rank1150th
Expert
Total Score614,787
Passed6/84
2*3/84
3*3/84
4*3/84
5*3/84
6*2/84
100%0/84
Rank2952nd
GH World Tour
(Guitar, 360)
Expert
Total Score6,424,361
Passed33/89
3*31/89
4*31/89
5*23/89
100%0/89
Rank1396th

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Hi, I'm franny. I'm far too lazy to learn how to code this wiki shit right now, so plain text it is. All i want are my god damn paragraphs to line up right. why does this shit have to be so complicated?


I remember seeing an ad in a Best Buy flyer for this new game called Guitar Hero. It was sounded interesting but I had no idea how it worked. All I knew was it had a guitar controller and a price tag higher than that of a normal $50 game, so I didn't want to take the chance on it. I forgot about it, until I got it for Christmas. Twice. My mom bought twice from Best Buy for some reason. I don't remember what happened. But I returned one of them for her... and the other, got me pretty hooked. I remember failing Incubus - Steller on easy. I beat the game on easy, then on medium. I was literally afraid and intimidated by the faster scrolling speed and *GASP* the orange button! I would set up my PS2 in the common room of my dorm during freshman year of college and crowds would gather. It was fun, but little did I know that scoring 96-98% on Bark at the Moon on medium wasn't really *that* big of an achievement. Someone finally talked me into stepping it up to hard, and I made the transition. I worked my way through the setlist and whenever I would get stuck on a song, I would drop back to medium and improve my earlier scores. When I got far enough into hard that medium practice wouldn't improve my skill anymore, I began my expert career. I kept working my way up until I beat the game on hard. When I got stuck on expert, I'd work on my hard scores. I remember being stuck on No One Knows for the longest time. To this day, I still don't think I can 5-star it. Eventually I got to the end of the game on expert... ...sort of. I could not beat Cowboys from Hell or Bark at the Moon.

Guitar Hero II came out, and I could not beat those opening songs fast enough to get to play Sweet Child O' Mine, as Guns N' Roses was my favorite band at the time. Still is, as a matter of fact. I powered through the game but hit a few snags. Crazy on You, Tattooed Love Boys, and other songs gave me difficulty. I beat the game on hard and then cleared all but the last tier on expert. By this time, my friends were also finally into Guitar Hero. I had brought it over their houses before but somehow they weren't interested. All of a sudden, everyone was playing it... Two of my friends had reached the point I was at, and I had stopped playing a little bit. They said they would beat the game before me, and I wasn't about to let that happened. So I beat the final tier, minus Freebird, in one sitting, after previously failing them numerous times each. Eventually beat Freebird, too. I actually beat Freebird way before Cowboys From Hell and Bark at the Moon, which I eventually went back and beat. I still have not beaten Jordan. I have FCed the entire Guitar Hero 1 game on Easy.

I was actually pretty excited to play Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80s. I wasn't excited about the number of songs compared to the price tag, however. But I snagged the game from Best Buy for $25 on sale, so it was worth every cent. There's not a lot to say except that this game is underrated and has a ton of great songs, all of which I wish would come to Rock Band as downloadable content. I was upset that Limozeen's Because It's Midnite was in the game, however, because not only could I not beat it, but it wasn't even from the 80's. I did spend a lot of time FCing songs on hard, with attention spent towards using correct SP paths according to the scorehero forums.

Guitar Hero III came out and I was pretty pumped to play as SLASH. I'm getting bored with typing and I'm not too enthusiastic about the Neversoft-era of Guitar Hero, so I'll make this brief. GH:III has some great songs, of course, but there's some that make you really hate the game. How I ever beat Raining Blood I will never know. I never actually beat Lou, because I was outraged about the 'battle crap,' and considered Raining Blood a true and fitting final song. I had a friend beat Lou for me so I could get the achievement. 'cause it was bullshit!

I could never get past the intro of Through the Fire and the Flames, and stopped trying. I don't really care if I beat it or not. I really don't want to think about that game anymore, so I'm going to stop talking about it.

I don't want to talk about Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, either. I got it on goozex, beat it, was disgusted, and traded it back. Rock Band desperately needs Cat Scratch Fever and Dream Police, as those are the only reasons I'd want to play that game again, I think.

Speaking of Rock Band, sometime during the Guitar Hero craze, Harmonix began work on a game that was rumored and destined to reign supreme over Neversoft's crap-fest. Rock Band is amazing, and Rock Band 2 is 10x more amazing. I'm really lazy. I'll say more later. This is good for now.

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