Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is My arms are aching and I can barely feel my fingers. My comrades are trying to keep me going, but I’m completely exhausted. An intense deep throbbing fills my ears and I try hard to focus, to will myself to keep up with the others.
Excerpt: Guitar Hero is back, and this time you can bring more friends along. Guitar Hero: World Tour allows four players to play together as a band, a la Rock Band , but World Tour has that same gritty, cartoon-y, satirical rock-scene look that the previous games of the series have all had.
Excerpt: A brief glance through our past reviews will reveal that we have an enormous amount of love for rhythm games, or any games that feature music prominently. The simple fact is that we adore music, we love videogames, and so when the two intertwine they usually produce something we find extremely...
Excerpt: When you’ve got two games that are pretty much the same, you’ve got to strive to find the differences between them to be able to make a decent comparison. And don’t be fooled – this really is a comparison review.
Excerpt: Last year, at least our eyes, Rock Band won the Battle of the Bands. Don't get us wrong, we were huge fans of Guitar Hero III, and were very impressed with Neversoft's first attempt at the franchise.
Excerpt: It's been a hell of a couple of months in Australia, especially with the release of Rock Band and Activision's Guitar Hero World Tour which truly goes beyond the original premise of the Guitar Hero franchise.
Summary: Guitar Hero World Tour ist ein Garant für lange Party-Abende vor der PlayStation 3 und für die Serie zweifellos ein guter Schritt nach vorne. Zwar haben wir vielerorts kleinere Mankos angesprochen, jedoch trüben diese den Spielspass insgesamt nur geringfügig.