Guitar Hero World Tour - Game Only
Guitar hero world tour review, Amazing.
After the succes of guitar hero Aerosmith, they deicided to make another installment into the guitar hero series, and It is, in my opinion the best guitar hero game ever, so each stage you play at is based off a real life stage and you tour the world just like the tittle says. there are a total of 19 venues, and a lot of songs. you can also create your own avatar in this game and play as him, and if you have the game on the Wii, you can play as your mii character, and if you have the xbox 360 version, you can play as your xbox avatar. and for the first time, you can play the game with a full band, that's right, they released a bundle that contained, two guitars (one for lead and one for bass) a drum kit and a microphone, these new instruments play just like the guitar, as the drums, when a note comes, you use the drum sticks to hit the pad with the same color as the note, and with the microphone, it is basicly karaoke. now as a full band, you and 3 other freinds will be playing all four instruments simultaneously. this was a very nice change for the guitar hero series and it started something great. the songs are by some of the best artists ever like Nirvana, The Muse, and even Micheal Jackson. and just like the other games, there is a guitar battle mode, it is a multiplayer game, but sometimes in career mode, you will have to do a guitar battle against the bosses like Zakk Wylde, and during the guitar battles the rules are kind of different that guitar hero aerosmith, instead of trying to mess up your opponent so that his rock meter will start heading south, you have one rock meter that's split in half, on half for you, and the other half for your opponent. and there is also a quickplay mode just like the previeous game. and this game is amazing and i recomend it to everyone. Next time, I will be reviewing Super Mario Sunshine for the gamecube, I'll see you then.
Best Guitar Hero Game For PS2
This game has an amazing song list. I think its the biggest of all guitar games for PS2. I perfer this game over Rock Band because you can do everything rock band can do and the notes are easier to play in Guitar Hero.
This is incredible thanks to the fact that now you can customize your rocker and your instruments. It has many great songs and you have four ways of playing on single player mode which are guitar, bass, drums, or mic. This game is nearly perfect but this game has one tiny problem; it takes way too long to load, it doesn't matter if your doing beginner, easy, medium, hard or expert it just takes way too long to load the song or just take you to the main menu so you will need patience which i have none.
EH, AN OK GAME
GH World Tour is apretty good game. The customization is good, the playlists are good. But for singing, it's kinda hard to tell how high or low to sing. I also think it's kinda a copy of Rockband. And if it is, I would reccomend Rockband more than this. Again, i'd only get this if you were a hardcore Guitar Hero fan.
Wasn't the best.
Ok, so I got this game for Christmas last year, and played it for an hour or two. After a while, I got bored. Songs weren't very appealing, although being able to customize your character is pretty cool. Recommended 8+.
Guitar Hero World Tour
This is one of the best Guitar Hero games yet. Very good songs and good new features. Overall the Best Guitar Hero game.
I bought Guitar Hero World Tour thinking it was going to be one of the best games of all time. When I opened it up and started to play I personally thought there were several flaws. First, the graphics. Guitar Hero 3 had better graphics than this. And I really don't like the fact that the kick pedal for the drums is purple so you can't even see it on half of the tracks. Second, I did not like the tour mode. The way you have to play every song in a gig in order just annoyed me. It didn't give you much freedom to choose your own songs. Last, I was so excited I finally got to make my own song. So I created my first song and it wouldn't even save. So I tried again and once it finally did save it took up a large portion of my memory card. Then I went to play it and it wasn't even my song. In my opinion Guitar Hero World Tour is over rated. I think if you are someone looking for an awesome music simulation game just by Rock Band 2. It beats Guitar Hero in every way.
I got a weird verstion?
Don't get me wrong this game is awesome many good songs and graphics are really good but when i put it in today and started t up (it was used game) i played some songs and some person messed around with it and now it wammies when ever it has a chance and does star power instantly when i get it so i need to get it fix but i bet you won't gt the kind i got because mine was used but for game wise it s really fun i have had fun with it and when i bout it i got the noika guitar or what ever and its nice but the problems i have with it is the neck fells thick and the start and select button are in my way so when i play a song i hit them but i dont' care about it as long as it works for 10$ why not but yea if you want a family fun game go for this first you will have much fun and if not then i don't know what will work for ya but yea have fun shopping.
The Best Music Game I've Ever Played
I love Guitar Hero World Tour. There is nothing about that I didn't like. The setlist is outstanding with 84 songs, not to mention all of the custom songs you can make. The music studio, though tough at first, becomes easy to use, and you'll be making songs before you know it. The customization options are endless, you can create your own character or edit the pre-existing ones, and design your own guitars, drumsets, and mics (because red octane ditched the Gibson liscense). The new World Tour mode is excellent, how you handle your career is completely up to you. The graphics Guitar Hero has are outstanding, they are some of the best graphics you'll ever see in a PS2 game. However, I feel that the thing that sets apart Guitar Hero from other music games is the instruments. The guitar has a cool design and is very responsive, even with the slide bar. And the drums are beeter desinged and more complex than Rock Band's. Guitar Hero just leaves Rock Band in the dust.
I've really been wanting to get Rock Band, but am hesitant until I can get a game console that connects online. But one of my friends bought me this game for Christmas and it is amazing! Honestly I only have the guitar but it is SO much more fun than playing the other Guitar Hero games! For starters, the song list is awesome. I love the time variety from No Doubt toTool to Linkin Park. The game allows you to create your own character, but it takes a VERY long time to look thru all the options. I found it strange that the songs didn't seem to be ordered according to difficulty as well. This is definitely a very challenging game! The battles are SUPER tough! For the Aerosmith game, I played thru once on Expert and beat the game in a couple days. This one I've had for months and STILL haven't beat! Plus I love replaying some of the songs. I highly recommend this game as an alternative for Rock Band!