Guitar Hero III: Dragonforce gameplay video

The band Dragonforce never looked this awesome – nor this hardcore – in this video update of Guitar Hero III, featuring a playthrough of one of the legendary band’s more well-known songs, Through the Fire and Flames.

Trust us when we say this – if you thought ANY of the tracks in the previous Guitar Hero titles was hard, then Dragonforce’s offering for the chord-shredding title coming out on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii is going to rock your world.

In this video, we see the track beginning at a normal pace, with the corresponding button presses coming in thick and fast (but manageable to the experienced Guitar Hero). It’s when the guitar solo kicks in that the track goes into overdrive – with buttons flying out from each and every corner, designed specifically to maim and ridicule your fingers, your eye-hand coordination, and your ego. Ouch, ouch, OUCH.

Despite the rather huge spike in difficulty, let’s all take solace in the fact that the new guys behind Guitar Hero III (Neversoft) are taking their jobs pretty seriously – serious enough to give Dragonforce the epic challenge it should be.

The band Dragonforce never looked this awesome – nor this hardcore – in this video update of Guitar Hero III, featuring a playthrough of one of the legendary band’s more well-known songs, Through the Fire and Flames.

Trust us when we say this – if you thought ANY of the tracks in the previous Guitar Hero titles was hard, then Dragonforce’s offering for the chord-shredding title coming out on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii is going to rock your world.

In this video, we see the track beginning at a normal pace, with the corresponding button presses coming in thick and fast (but manageable to the experienced Guitar Hero). It’s when the guitar solo kicks in that the track goes into overdrive – with buttons flying out from each and every corner, designed specifically to maim and ridicule your fingers, your eye-hand coordination, and your ego. Ouch, ouch, OUCH.

Despite the rather huge spike in difficulty, let’s all take solace in the fact that the new guys behind Guitar Hero III (Neversoft) are taking their jobs pretty seriously – serious enough to give Dragonforce the epic challenge it should be.

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