Guitar Hero Encore Rocks The 80’s is a music rhythm game developed by Harmonix and published by RedOctane. It is the third installment in the Guitar Hero series and was released on July 24, 2007, for the PlayStation 2.
The game features a tracklist of 30 songs from the 1980s, which players can play using a guitar-shaped controller. The game also includes new features such as “Rock Meter,” “Encore,” and “Death Drain.”
The Song List
The song list for Guitar Hero Encore Rocks The 80’s includes some of the most iconic songs from the decade. Some of the featured artists include:
- Twisted Sister – “I Wanna Rock”
- Dio – “Holy Diver”
- Scorpions – “No One Like You”
- Judas Priest – “Electric Eye”
- Iron Maiden – “Wrathchild”
- Skid Row – “18 and Life”
- White Lion – “Radar Love”
- Quiet Riot – “Metal Health (Bang Your Head)”
- And many more!
The song list is a perfect mix of classic rock, metal, and hair metal. It is sure to please any fan of the 80s music scene.
Guitar Hero Encore Rocks The 80’s introduces several new features that enhance the gameplay experience. These features include:
The Rock Meter is a new feature that allows players to gauge their performance. The meter fills up as players hit the notes correctly and decreases when they miss notes. If the meter reaches zero, the player fails the song.
Encore is a feature that allows players to earn extra points by playing an encore after a successful performance. Players must hit a certain score threshold to unlock the encore.
Death Drain is a new feature that adds a new level of challenge to the game. If players miss too many notes in a row, the Death Drain meter fills up. Once it is full, the player fails the song.
Guitar Hero Encore Rocks The 80’s is a fantastic addition to the Guitar Hero series. The song list is full of iconic 80s hits, and the new features enhance the gameplay experience. If you are a fan of 80s music and rhythm games, this is a must-play game.