Guitar Hero Warriors of Rock Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **** A music rhythm game and the sixth in the Guitar Hero series. Like most titles in this series, this game demands some serious skills on all four instruments.
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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock
Guitar Hero: Warriors of rock is a music rhythm game, and the sixth in the Guitar Hero series. The game allows up to four players to play as either a vocalist, bass, rhythm, or drum player, using instrument controllers to simulate the playing of music, by matching the scrolling notes on the screen.
In Quest mode, players are on a mission to save the Demigod of Rock from mechanized creatures, by recruiting warriors. Special powers have been added to the game, which are unlocked during the Quest mode, such as increasing the Star Power multiplier.
Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 74%, with many reviewers stating that the game is enjoyable for Guitar Hero fans, but lacks the overall appeal of previous titles in the series.
Perhaps a tad easier than Guitar Hero 5, and slightly less time consuming. Though as you may know, these music rhythm games are heavily skill dependent. Anyone who possesses serious Guitar Hero or Rock Band experience could bring this difficulty rating down to a 3-star, or possibly a high 2-star.
Having all four instruments is necessary, as well as either friends who can use them, or you'll need to find some online boosting buddies. For those of you with serious Guitar Hero skills might be able to unlock the Platinum in 30 hours or so. Otherwise, expect to be playing for far longer.
The first thing you'll want to do is play through the Quest Mode twice. The first time, you'll be unlocking several story-related trophies. The second time, you'll be aiming for the Perfect Perfectionist, in order to earn 40 stars on each song. During these two playthroughs, play on a level you feel comfortable on, but gradually increase the difficulty to gain experience you'll need later on.
Once that's finished, you can use Quickplay and start unlocking the remaining trophies. You'll need to work on getting 2,000 stars for the Ace Astrologer trophy. There are also a few trophies which require a full band, which you can either do at home with friends, or use the boosting forums under our Links tab to find people online. Many have found the Chosen One and Hand Mutilator trophies to be the most difficult, which include beating certain songs on Expert difficulty. Just keep practicing, and you'll get it.
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