Summary: Stranglehold is a guitar classic. Say what you will about Ted Nugent, but that song is rock and roll good. It's just a bass heavy guitar opus in my opinion. A constant car shaker for me, love the tune. You can imagine how psyched I was. So the song starts off & I notice the guitar doesn't sound right and the note placement doesn't feel natural. whatever, it's plastic guitar and it won't be perfect, on to the next part of the song; the massive solo.
Summary: The music studio was a great idea in this game, but it is so complicated that I can only imagine a small number of people taking full advantage of this. Of those who do we might have a future rocker in the making. It will be fun to find out. I just hate having to wait another full year for the fun to continue. you should buy this.
Summary: Guitar Hero World Tour is the fourth in the series and now has the band option so you have Vocal's and Drums as optional instruments to play the game with in addition to Guitar. The career mode is quite good following your band's path to Rock Stardom and unlocking song's and guest musician's such as Jimi Hendrix and Ozzy Osbourne in the process.
Summary: Decided to buy this after a great Christmas playing Rock Band. As it is just mainly for me decided to get this rather than Rock Band as most people said this was the better option single player. Firstly the good points; great fun with great rock tracks (mainly), edit your hero and their equipment on the way to the top and some good cameos from famous artists.
Summary: I own all of the Guitar Heroes and it has proven to be the game series which has kept me consistently occupied for the longest period. Accessbile and instantly gratifying; it ensnares one into dedicating the hours to master it's hardest setting. With a previous knowledge of how Guitar hero 3 improved on the former edition; what else did I expect but a greater variety of songs, more customisation options and nicer graphics?