Guitar Hero 6 is the sixth version of the popular music game in which you must hit the right notes in order to succeed.
There are a good variety of songs included in the full version of Guitar Hero 6, covering everything from punk to metal. The demo version of the game contains just three tracks: Cryin' by Aerosmith; Ghost, by Slash, and Dancing Through Sunday, by AFI. These songs manage to give you an idea of the variety in the game in terms of different speeds and complexity.
There are over 90 songs in total in the full version of Guitar Hero 6 for Android, including some that can only be unlocked by performing well in the game.
While it's great to have so many songs, and the game can be fun, we were disappointed at the execution of Guitar Hero 6, and it feels like developer Glu has built this in a hurry. The graphics aren't high definition, there's no audio feedback depending on if you hit a note or not, and the note keys are too close to the bottom of the screen, meaning that you might hit your device's menu keys depending on which version of Android you're running, exiting the game.
We experienced some graphical glitches with Guitar Hero 6, testing on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus. For example, when returning to the game after locking the screen, the menu graphics messed up and the text became unreadable.
Guitar Hero games are always fun to play, but Guitar Hero 6 lacks the polish of Tap Tap Revenge.