Guitar Hero: World Tour - Complete Band (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Activision Wii games
Description:Model ID GHWT+BWii / Genre: Music & Dancing / Suitable for 12 years and over / Release Date: 2008-11-14 / Published by Activision / Innovative Music Studio - Compose, record, edit and release your own music.Battle of the Bands Mode - Rock out in solo career mode or battle against ... more
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Customer Guitar Hero: World Tour - Complete Band (Wii) Reviews (41)
by - written on 04/12/10 (Very useful, 7 readings)
I pre-ordered this way back when it first came up on Amazon, having bought the first Guitar Hero (for the Wii, that's GH3) and really enjoyed it. This game however, didn't really give me the same level of enjoyment. Game Play Firstly, the game play is very different. Instead of your set-list consisting of around 5 tracks which you can pick and choose which order to play (but have to do a certain amount to continue), in this game you only have about 4 tracks and you have to complete them in a linear fashion. In Guitar Hero 3, there were boss battles of specific personas that we know in the real world, which required you to really push yourself. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I managed to pick up the Guitar Hero World Tour bundle after finding it on offer for £39.99 at Morrisons in July this year. I had already been playing Guitar Hero 3 for the past year I was ready to move onto the next game. The kit contains the Game, a Drum Kit that consists of a foot peddle, three drums and two cymbols that have the corresponding colours just like the guitar, a microphone and a guitar controller. The guitar also comes with two sheets of stickers that can be used to make your guitar unique to you. The guitar controller is different to the previous models due to the touch sensitive slide bar that enables you to hit some of the notes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/09, updated on 12/01/09 (Very useful, 321 readings)
Just a note before I begin, this is my initial impression. I hope to update this after a few months of gameplay. After spending the last 6 months playing Guitar Hero 3 nearly every day on the Wii, I think I can safely say I'm an avid Guitar Hero fan. I had pre-ordered Guitar Hero World Tour months in advance and was like a kid at Christmas when it arrived (I'm 28). It was pretty easy to set up - I'm a girl and I figured out how to put the 'drum kit' together. Price ==== The bundle is £149.99 in most shops. This is steep and I wouldn't have bought it had I not played GH3. Maybe if you're completely new to Guitar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/12/08 (Very useful, 292 readings)
INTRODUCTION The Guitar Hero franchise has been around for a few years now, but in the last year it has moved into the mainstream and become something of a gaming phenomenon. This, the fourth incarnation of the game, sees the additions of drums and vocals to mix, taking a leaf out of rival series Rock Band. This pack comes with one guitar, drums and a microphone. The second guitar can be bought seperately, although it should be noted the guitar from Guitar Hero 3 is compatible. BASIC GAMEPLAY The basic premise of Guitar Hero is to play in time to the music using instrument peripherals. Traditionally this includes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/09, updated on 04/05/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Guitar Hero World Tour Band Bundle on the Wii Console! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Though I'm a little old for console games (at least that's how I feel after clearing up after the kids all day), I got introduced to the Guitar Hero World Tour Band Bundle by my nephew - and found it great fun for an afternoon's entertainment... though I do have some reservations. Firstly off - though the game is a lot of fun (again it may be my age) but the price seems a little high to me -as the items included - 'guitar', 'drum kit' and microphone don't appear to be of a particularly great construction quality (though they are undeniably adequate for ... Read the complete review
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