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: I am a huge Guitar Hero fan and I usually had to play by myself or with others on Xbox live and it wasn't all that bad . With Guitar Hero World Tour I can play with more of my friends without having to hear "let me play" or things like that. Guitar Hero World Tour has much better graphics than Rock Band 1 and 2. World Tour has better sound quality than any of those games.
Summary: This game is great. I bought the full bundle (yup, another $*** spent on plastic instruments) and the game is great. The guitar is nice, with the touch pad and the star power button, but it's bigger than previous editions making it harder to hold if you're standing and don't have the strap. The drums are cool too. I like them better than Rock Band because the annoying tapping sound from Rock Band drove me crazy.
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.