> I beat both of these this year. GH: Metallica does a decent job of representing
> Metallica's catalog and GH: Van Halen does the same for Van Halen. I personally
> like the non-Van Halen songs on GH: Van Halen more than the non-Metallica songs on
> GH: Metallica, but that's just personal preference. GH: Van Halen has stuff from
> Yellowcard, Jimmy Eat World, Blink-182, Foo Fighters, Killswitch Engage, etc. GH:
> Metallica has Motorhead, Diamond Head, Machine Head (lots of heads...), System of
> a Down, Judas Priest, Foo Fighters (Stacked Actors, whereas the Van Halen one has
> Best of You), Queen, Thin Lizzy, Mastodon, etc.
> Renaissance2K wrote:
>> Metallica was pretty highly praised on release, even though it came out at around
>> the time that instrument games were starting to fade in popularity. As someone
>> been a fan of Metallica since high school, it does a really good job of representing
>> the band's aesthetic.
>> Van Halen, on the other hand, was almost universally panned. I don't know if there's
>> something legitimately terrible about it, or if people were just like "Okay, enough
>> Guitar Hero already" by that point.
I'll probably just go ahead and play both of those.