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  • SonictheHedgehogFan24

    Hey guys! I just wanted to let you know I have thought of creating a fan Guitar Hero​/Rock Band game entitled "Starlight Coaster: Rock Band." This game is mainly based on Guitar Hero II, and includes songs from Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero II, Guitar Hero (Encore): Rocks the 80's, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, and some from the Rock Band series.


    Starlight Coaster: Rock Band is based on a fictional band from Knoxville, TN, United States. After becoming famous in their hometown, the group of 5 teenagers, known as "Starlight Coaster," decide to tour around the country at various locations, along with support from all their families and friends. Eventually, they become famous across the country and they recieve an e-mail from the president stating…


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  • SonictheHedgehogFan24

    Quick Question

    February 12, 2016 by SonictheHedgehogFan24

    I'm just wondering, but if you were to change the note chart of a song in a game (such as Guitar Hero 2) to a song (such as "Surrender"), will the band still be playing along because the song is still the same song, or will they be doing absolutely nothing, because they know the new note chart actually makes the same song (again, such as "Surrender") a "custom song" due to the new charting?

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  • SonictheHedgehogFan24

    To me, I love Guitar Hero 2. Sure, I haven't played it since I was 5-7 years old, but its still one heck of a game to play. Its one of the best games in the Guitar Hero series, even better than the original! Heck, a game I've been thinking of, Everlife: Rock Band (which includes a mix of songs from Guitar Hero 1, 2, 80s, 3, and Rock Band) is actually BASED on this game. Everything in this game: the music, the characters, the venues, the new Practice & Co-Op modes, EVERYTHING is epic! I wish that ALL the games in the series were like this (yes, even Guitar Hero Live).


    My opinions on each of the sections:

    • The music is the greatest part about the whole game. Sure, most of the songs are covers, but this is for a reason because the game is about …

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  • SonictheHedgehogFan24

    What happened to the old Guitar Hero we used to know? What happened to all the epic characters such as Johnny Napalm, Izzy Sparks, & Axel Steel? What happened to the covers of epic music (don't get me wrong, the covers for "Killing in the Name," "Search & Destroy," "Who Was In My Room Last Night?," "Surrender," & "Psychobilly Freakout" in Guitar Hero 2 were awesome)? What happened to the 5-colored fret guitar? I get that people had trouble with hitting the orange fret to play those hard chords, such as the Green-Orange chord in "DEAD!" by My Chemical Romance in the XBOX 360 edition of Guitar Hero II. What happened to awesome venues like The Blackout Bar, Backyard Bash, or The 13th Rail? 

    All in all, the new Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero LIVE, is…

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