Excerpt: : The franchise that brought music-simulating rhythm games to the masses has stepped up to the whole band experience. Now including drums and vocals for the first time, Guitar Hero: World Tour wants to take on games like Rock Band for the title of ultimate band simulator.
Pros: Great set list and killer instruments.
Cons: Crappy user interface and under-thought gameplay.
Conclusion: Multiplayer will continue to be a strong part of the game, with the ability to have four players in a band on the same system or online. And there’s the competitive side of it, with online opening up your options even more: You can go head to head against another player or take a whole band against...
Excerpt: Ladies and Gentlemen, you wanted the best, well you got some guys that love to air guitar, bang on the table, and sing in the shower. GH: World Tour brings the guitar expertise of past Hero titles to the whole band.
Excerpt: Rock Band took guitar simulation games one step further by bringing drums and vocals along for the ride. So far, the game has shifted an unprecedented amount of units worldwide and several million song downloads.
Conclusion: FINALLY. Achievements: 8/10 GH:WT is a great game, fun for all ages, for vets or families, but when playing through it you can't help but feel like it's the exoskeleton of a bigger better game which could have been released. Just a little more polish on the boot would have gone a long way.
Excerpt: Following a highly successful solo career spanning three gigs over three years, five if you count the Rock the 80s and Aerosmith expansions, the team at Neversoft are getting a full band together for Guitar Hero World Tour, the latest installment in the music rhythm franchise.
Conclusion: Guitar Hero: World Tour delivers one of the best
rhythmic ensembles in the gaming business. The
guitar instrument works great and the addition
of a drum set completes the whole concert
experience. With over 80 original songs, there
is enough music to satisfy every inspiring rock