Excerpt: "Guitar Hero - World Tour on seuraava askel GH -pelisarjassa, joka vie sarjan EA:n Rock Bandin suuntaan. Mahdollisuus laulaa ja soittaa kolmea instrumenttia yhdessä kolmen muun kaverin kanssa on mitä mainiointa hupia. Valitettavasti kappaletarjonta ei ole aivan yhtä onnistut kuin GH III:ssa, mutta siitä huolimatta tässä on erittäin hauska pelitapaus ja samalla vaikka joululahja koko perheen iloksi!
Pros: + Bändikokemus, + Helpommin lähestyttävä hiottujen vaikeustasojen ansiosta, + Xbox 360 kuulokkeita voi käyttää laulamiseen, + Live-pelin toteutus, + Musiikkistudion kanssa on kiva leikkiä, + Entistä enemmän kappaleita kuin GH III:ssa..
Cons: - ..Mutta kappaletarjonta ei ole aivan yhtä onnistunut kuin GH III:ssa, - Hinta
Excerpt: There's a war going on out there, and it's being fought with wireless battery-operated guitars: it's a battle for the hearts of wannabe rock stars. Earlier this year Harmonix's Rock Band took the upper hand, surpassing the Guitar Hero series with some sleek and sexy presentation, a more forgiving learning curve and a killer set of peripherals.
Excerpt: Guitar Hero World Tour is Activision’s attempt to counter the changes that Rock Band brought to the music genre. Instead of only including guitar and bass gameplay, players will now be able to form a complete band and sing, play drums, rock out on guitar, and strum away on the bass. To further distinguish themselves from the competition, Developer Neversoft has updated the visuals, added a touch sensor to the bottom of the fret bar, on the guitar, and created their own...
Conclusion: Guitar Hero World Tour is a huge leap forward for the Guitar Hero franchise. It's a blast to play with friends, the setlist is top-notch, and the music studio is a nice--albeit extremely complicated--addition. Although it's a great game, as well as a vast improvement over previous series entries, it doesn't do a whole lot that Rock Band and its sequel haven't already done (and in some cases, done better).
Pros: Great setlist with more than 80 songs, You can now sing and play bass, guitar, drums, Lets you create, share, and download original music.
Cons: Some new additions don't enhance experience, Doesn't do much that other, similar games haven't done.
Conclusion: Visually I have to say that I am satisfied with World Tour but I can’t say it goes out of its way to impress. Once again we have gotten to the point where we have this standard for music video games and Guitar Hero: World Tour doesn’t do much different from its predecessors. The game gets a great feel of the band experience, it captures vocal solos, guitar solos, and even some great drum lines very nicely.
Conclusion: Guitar Hero World Tour is a really fun game to play. It expands on Guitar Hero III with a deeper and better tracklist, all of which are master tracks. The inclusion of the drum kit and microphone add plenty of value to a series that was already known for its lastability. The drum kit isn’t perfect but it’s a hell of a lot of fun to play with. The lyric system is fantastic and overall rounds out a band experience that is on-par with Rock Band.
Excerpt: The graphics in Guitar Hero World Tour are superb. In keeping with the world tour portion of the title, the game features San Francisco Just like graphics, sound is a pretty subjective area. I I The party didn Guitar Hero World Tour features 86 master tracks