Summary: The game cannot get more cheesier. The band members all do their own little dnaces. The drummer drums whatever he wants to drum, and nothing is really in harmony with the song. The set-list itself is descent, but Rockband 2 has the same songs. The game is fun to go back and play a song or two, but nothing more than that. When you first get this game, you will not find an addiction at all. This game was quickly put together, and it shows.
Summary: I would like to say that I love very other guitar hero but this was a little disapointing. .guitar hero world tour is an okey game. if you already have a bunch of other guitar heros I would not recomend it to you because the soundtrack has some good songs but is still lacking. also they put on a country, HELLO, this is guitar hero.
Summary: First id like to say I've been with GH since the first one (thats for all the fanboys who will think I'm another RB fanboy flaming their game). The Game itself is still the same rhythm game style we love but a few things are just a little over or under done. First the one thing that GH is notorious for (since Activision got its mitts on it and gave it to Neversoft). GHWT is still Overcharted in my opinion.
Summary: This is my first review and it had to be posted. Rock Band was great and Rock Band 2 was better. GH2 was good and GH3 was good. I was expecting, after all the hype of how innovative GH:WT was supposed be, that this would blow RB and RB2 out of the water. The deciding factor was the inclusion of TOOL in the set list. Those songs and note charts are great, there's no doubting that. I came into this game expecting to see something that actually competed with Rock Band.
Summary: This game ruined the guitar hero series. They made it to much like rockband. I can't stand rockband. World tour is fun in all, but they spent more time on the other instruments that they made the guitar worthless. The slidebar doesn't even work. There's like no songs needed for tapping. It takes like 5 hours to navigate to where you want in the game. I was so excited for this game but i was very disappointed. There's not even a challenge. Career mode is terrible.
Summary: So, thought i'd try my hand at another game review. I only really bought this game because we'd all played it one night when we were very drunk, and it seemed a lark. That's one of my first downfalls however. When we played in our anti-sober state, we had all the equipment, drums, bass guitar, electric guitar and microphone with stand. We even had a backing dancer. However, this was only good because everybody had bought their own piece, reducing costs.
Pros: Online play, Multiplayer band play, Instrument customisation
Cons: Bad setlist, Boring campaign mode, Expensive to get whole band set
Guitar Hero World Tour (Xbox 360): Guitar Zero: World Bore
29 May 2010
Summary: This game had such potential to be the highlight of the guitar hero franchise, they just introduced new instruments and improved on the guitar by adding the touch sensitive tapping bar for solos. Ill start of with the mic, its wired so there is the first draw back as it gets in the way and all of the other instruments are wireless, also there is a distinct lack of people who LIKE to use the microphone The Guitars are OK at best i find, the buttons get caught if you press...
Summary: Great for when friends come around. batteries last forever in the guitar and in the drums. No body likes to sing.the drum kit is very insensitive so you need to hit it really hard to pick up the hit, this gets nosey and annoying. Also the bass on the drums needs to be pushed all the way down and it is at a funny angle so can strain your ancle after a while and is difficult to press it in a row quickly.