Reviews and Problems with Guitar Hero: On Tour Decades
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Guitar Hero: On Tour Decades
Anthony Haslage, Game Informer
4 weeks ago
Summary: The popularity of the Guitar Hero series is undeniable. Love it or really love it, people are buying the games off the shelves and rocking out to the music. While Guitar Hero: On Tour Decades does not have any fancy guitars, drums or microphones like the console Guitar Hero games do, it does get a nifty handheld fret bar that is similar to selecting notes on the frets of a guitar.
Summary: I didn't have high expectations for this little game when I purchased it. In fact the only reason I did was because I heard that each of the Tron Evolution video games fills in a different piece of the story between the original film and Legacy, but I was pleasantly surprised at how good this game turned out. Sound is pretty typical for a handheld system. It has a nice techno track to keep you in the right mood, but isn't terribly inspiring either.
Summary: Bought this on Friday, came through today (Tuesday). It's great! Sure you cramp your fingers to pieces, but it's worth it! Although it has only 4 buttons this is much harder than standard GH. The seller was even cool enough to add a pack of fizzers in the package. Top lad!
Brilliant fun - could do with some more development
22 February 2012
Summary: A fantastically fun game to play. I'm totally addicted! The grip fits a DS Lite as standard and comes with an adaptor for a DS. The controls are pretty easy, though much harder to get used to than an actual guitar controller. Once you're used to them I actually find it easier though! The difficulty levels on the game are easier than those on the xbox/wii games as well.
Summary: Negative reviews for this game must come from being misinformed about the product. I will agree that it is a little unusual to not be able to erase your saved data, however, you can replay any level at any time with or without having any power ups on. This essentially lets you start over, and over! The thing to remember is that this is an arcade-type game, you may not play for three hours in a session, and there is always high scores to go after.
Summary: If you have played Resident Evil 4 or 5 at the completeion of the main story is a fun and addicting mini game call The Mercenaries, this is exactly that game but rather an expanded version of it. The game includes 8 characters all with one alternate costume, 8 maps varying from day to night settings and loads of enemies to kill.