Summary: Guitar Hero: World Tour is the first game in the GH series that allows up to 4 people to play guitar, bass, drums, and vocals. The game has amazing next-gen graphics, and the camera angles make you feel like you are in the heart of a rock concert. The game has character customization, where you can make a guy or gal character that resembles you or can be totally different. World Tour supplies a large set of songs, ranging from alternative rock, metal, pop, and classic.
Summary: This game has greatly improved over gh3. ALthough it is a bit pricey it is well worth it. If you liked rock band you will love this game. It has become a greater version of rock band. The character customization has increased greatly. You can customize what your character is wearing what kind of guitar he has face paint , etc. Although these things are great the GH tune creator is a bit difficult to use but eventually you will get the hang of it.
Summary: So I think that GHWT is much better than RB2. First off the songs are songs i know well and aren't ones i've never heard of and some of them are very good for example Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrex. Also the new create of characters and GUITARS/OTHER INSTRUMENTS is awesome. There is so much detail in them. The creating songs is fun but long and sort of difficult to do. The difficulty of this game is easier that GH III. I couldn't beat hard on 3 but i beat it pretty easily.
Summary: I've played this game several times the last days and i am enjoying it evry moment. A friend also has this game and he brought his guitar to my house and played with 4 friends in 1 band and that is so fun. Normaly i play games like Call of Duty or Halo so i am a really shooting fan, but as a shooters fan i also was happy with this music game. If you are thinking of to buy a music-game you should buy something from the guitar hero series, not lips or anything like that.
Summary: Actually for your information your both wrong Konami were making Guitar Freaks (like GH) and Drummania(like RB drum part)which came out long before any Rock Band or Guitar Hero in 1998. and we all know singing games have been around before. So all the credit should go to Konami those genius Japanese ppl.