After playing it multiple times at friends houses, I decided to pick up a copy for Guitar Hero Three for myself. It was a PS2 Guitar Hero Three with two bundle package on black friday at Target. It was fairly easy to open. Its content was two guitars, Guitar Hero Three, straps for the guitars, and stickers with some instructions. The stickers were welcome as it didnt make everybodys guitar generic. The loading times in the game were long for the PS2, but bearable. I could tell the learning curve was pretty high because a friend that played with me for the first time needed lots of introduction, but once he got into it, I could tell that it was very fun for him. The game offers many different styles of play such as "Career Mode" or "Face-off", and can last a long time. The wires on the guitar controllers were a nuisance, but I could play fine with them. I hope that next time around that wireless guitars will be the norm for all versions of Guitar Hero. Overall the game is a pleasant upgrade from Guitar Hero Two, with many exciting songs and modes and is well worth the price.