Games Encyclopedia Top Games PC PS4 PS3 Xbox One Xbox 360 Switch Android iOS Rankings Images Companies
Game Box for Guitar Hero 5 (PS2)

Guitar Hero 5

Guitar Hero 5 is the next installment of the music item beloved by all. This time Neversoft completely re-modeled the game, which provides a quite fresh approach to the guitar theme.

Party | music | multiplayer | co-op | splitscreen

Guitar Hero 5 cover

developer: Budcat Creations

publisher: Activision Blizzard

Official website

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: common screen, players: 1-4

game release date:

01Sep2009

X360 PS3 Wii PS2

Living room legends will rock any way they want in Guitar Hero® 5. The entire set list is at your finger tips from the start, featuring genre-defining hits from some of the biggest rock artists and bands of all time, including The Rolling Stones, The White Stripes, Kings of Leon, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Santana and Vampire Weekend. You will take complete control as Guitar Hero 5 allows you to personalize and customize how you experience music by being able to play with any in-game instrument combination -- multiple vocalists, guitarists, bassists and drummers, in any game mode. With the game’s all-new Party Play Mode, getting the band back together has never been easier. You can now jump in or drop out of gameplay seamlessly, without interrupting their jam session. Elevating the Guitar Hero® series to new heights with unmatched social gameplay, an enhanced style, new in-game artists and more rock legends, Guitar Hero 5 features new surprises and challenges that will fire-up long-time fret board fanatics and create a new generation of enthusiasts.

PEGI Rating

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.

System requirements

Microsoft Xbox 360

Microsoft Xbox 360

Uses: Xbox Live

Sony PlayStation 2

Sony PlayStation 2

Uses: memory card 8 MB

The life and death of Guitar Hero and Rock Band series
The life and death of Guitar Hero and Rock Band series

article 04 February 2018 13:07

Have you ever heard the term 'peripheral-based rhythm games'? It sounds weird, but it regards none other than Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises. Two giants which both lost in their fight for devoted fans. How come their reign ended so abruptly?

See/Add Comments