Summary: If you really want a World Tour I would recommend Rock Band or Rock Band 2. To me the sound is a lot better. Here it often seems muffled by Crowd Noise. Navigating around also seems slower though I can't say I timed it and compared. I prefer Rock Band but this is great too.
Excerpt: "...as we have dropped our guitar a few times with no damage done - _phew_. '''TRACKS''' - '''COULD''' '''BE''' '''A''' '''PROBLEM....''' Complete with a "supposed" track list of over 80 songs, I was greatly disappointed to see that only about a dozen or so were accessible upon beginning the game - you are expected to unlock tracks as you progress through your career. This is okay if you are patient and have a memory card - I am not and ...
Pros: Good track selection and tons of fun
Cons: unlocking tracks can be tedious without the cheat codes
Excerpt: "Guitar Hero - Perhaps one of the most known games series' to come out in the last 5 or so years. Known for being a "Party atmosphere" game and widely considered a favourite of people with or without actual musical ability. I myself dismissed Guitar Hero until the 3rd game in the series came along, mainly due to me being very sceptical, thinking it had nowhere near as much enjoyment as playing a real Guitar. After playing at a friends house, I ...
Pros: Lot's of fun, Great for partys, Drums and vocals, great and easy set up
Cons: Bad reaction time for Guitar parts, A little Pricey, to easy for previous GH players .
Summary: If you're familiar with the Guitar Hero/Rock Band series, Guitar Hero: World Tour is more of the same. This time there's lots more songs and some new features that were probably good in theory, but not well executed. That being said, this is still a great game and it's lots of fun. The downside is that for every good track, there's a lousy one you have to get through. They sometimes pick songs you wouldn't know from artists that you would know.
Summary: Wir haben das Mikro für unsere Tochter und das Spiel "Just Dance 2014" (Wii) bestellt. Allerdings ware wir erstaunt, als ein We Sing-Mikro von Logitech ankam. Da es aber scheinbar baugleich zu dem Guitar Hero-Mikro ist, haben wir es erstmal ausprobiert und es hat auf Anhieb funktioniert. Denoch wäre es schön gewesen, das vorher zu erfahren. Zum We Sing Logitech: Das Mirko selbst wiegt ca. 85g zzgl. Kabel.
Excerpt: ...No aspetta, se scrivo opinioni sui VideoGame guadagno di più?!Wa e io qua mi arricchisco! Oggi vi parlo di una specie di capolavoro targato Activion. Si tratta di Guitar Hero World tour per la buon anima della ps2. Acquistato qualche secolo fa, con questo ...
Pros: Ricca sceltea di tracce, ottimo gameplayer e longevità
Cons: Joystick non supportato in modalità chitarra
Summary: Das Mikro macht einen soliden Eindruck und die Tonqualität ist auch in Ordnung. Mit der richtigen Software kann das Mikro auch am PC betrieben werde. Leider hat das Mikro sowohl auf den Wii als auch auf dem PC eine kurze Signal Verzögerung, was eigentlich echt stört!