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The first name in music instrument gaming returns with a Rock Band-esque focus on full band simulation, the ability for players to create their own music, and more than 80 new tracks in Guitar Hero: World Tour. For the first time in the series, wannabe rock stars can simulate singing and drumming in addition to the familiar strumming of guitar-shaped controllers, and with the addition of a bass guitar, up to four players can form a band and jam together. As with all titles in the Guitar Hero series, gamers must "play" their instruments by rhythmically matching onscreen prompts in order to earn high scores and unlock new songs. The singing mechanic resembles Karaoke Revolution and SingStar in that it requires vocalists to match the pitch and notes of each song, whereas drummers must be timely when depressing the kick drum and striking the proper combination of drum and cymbal pads.

A revamped single-player Career mode lets gamers advance their musician through a series of gigs by playing a specific number of songs, with the option to change difficulty level or instrument at any time. The Band Career mode works in a similar fashion, offering up to four players the opportunity to advance through a full career, with the Battle of the Bands mode letting two groups duke it out online. Boss Battles also return in a form more akin to previous Face-Off modes, and they no longer feature the attack power-ups used in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock and Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. Gamers can use the new "Create-a-Rocker" feature to customize the posture, age, hair, makeup, and tattoos of their unique characters, and real-life rock legends such as Ozzy Osbourne, Jim Hendrix, and Ted Nugent are also playable.

The song list spans several decades and is made up of a diverse selection of master recordings by artists such as: 311, the Allman Brothers Band, the Beastie Boys, Billy Idol, Blondie, Coldplay, the Cult, the Doors, the Eagles, the Foo Fighters, Jane's Addiction, Jimi Hendrix, Korn, Linkin Park, Los Lobos, Metallica, Michael Jackson, Modest Mouse, Motorhead, Nirvana, No Doubt, NOFX, Oasis, Ozzy Osbourne, Pat Benetar, R.E.M, the Sex Pistols, Steely Dan, Sting, the Stone Roses, Sublime, Tool, Van Halen, and Willie Nelson. In addition, players can create their own songs in the Advanced Studio mode by playing tracks for each instrument in either real or slowed time. Songs can be either 1,200 notes long or three minutes in length, but vocal recording is unavailable due to storage issues. Players can then upload their songs to an online service where other gamers can rate and download each original creation.


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PublisherAspyr
GameGuitar Hero: World Tour [Deluxe Band Bundle] [RedOctane Store Exclusive]
MPN5030917061714
UPC047875954618, 047875955196, 5030917061714, 5030917061912, 618870119083, 618870619088

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PlatformXbox 360

Tech Details
ESRB DescriptorLyrics, Mild Suggestive Themes
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1-8
Release Year2008
Game Special Features
  • Rock out to more than 80 classic songs from some of music's biggest artists

  • Design a character and become a guitar player, a drummer, or a singer

  • Create and share original songs in the new Advanced Studio mode

  • Game SeriesGuitar Hero Series

    eBay Product ID: EPID64149599

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    Created: 09/05/10

    just as good as rock band 2

    Review For: Guitar Hero: World Tour [Deluxe Band Bundle] [RedOctane Store Exclusive] (Xbox 360, 2008)

    I enjoyed this game as much as rock band 2. It plays well and has a few extra features not seen in RB2. The song list is good and will keep you entertained for quite awhile. The music editor is a nice addition and allows you to make your own songs but without any vocal tracks it makes the songs you create less interesting also alot of the songs end up sounding like a computer made them, they just seem to lack any soul. There are alot of songs other people made for download but most of them just try to play fast and put as many notes in it and make it as hard as possible instead of making a "good" song with a good groove. It is cool that they put this feature in the game although I don't really use it. Like rock band you can download more content so it is a game that can last for a long time. If you want a great music game GHWT and RB2 are great fun alone or with friends. I should also mention that you can use rock band instruments with this game and its how I played it so I can't comment on how well the official guitar, drums and microphone work but from what I have read online they all work well. I think these games need to add in some more variety instead of just saying "You Rock" if you finish the song. They should have multiple comments like " not bad", "keep practicing" , "amazing" ect. also it would be great if your band mates commented on how you did and even allow you to join different bands to achieve "legendary" status. They could also have fans reactions after the "show" and have that effect sales and turn out, these games just need more interaction to keep it from getting stale. Anyway, overall it is still some of the best fun you can have playing games and I recommend it.

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    Created: 06/02/09

    Guitar Hero III:World Tour vs. Rock Band 2

    Review For: Guitar Hero: World Tour [Deluxe Band Bundle] [RedOctane Store Exclusive] (Xbox 360, 2008)

    I bought the whole band set brand new - drums, guitar, mic, everything. My friend has it and I fell in love with it the first night I played it! Everything worked perfectly fine from the start.
    There are only a few complaints I have about this game.
    One is that if you are playing with a friend(s) either via xbox live or in the same room, if one of you fails, you ALL fail. Unlike Rock Band, Guitar Hero does not allow you to go into overdrive (star power) to "save" your friends if they are losing. It's kind of a crappy deal if you want to keep playing the song!
    Also, the storyline/actual game play isn't as good. If you're looking for a game that isn't really a GAME, and more like just playing music, then Guitar Hero is perfect. But if you are looking for more of a story line I would go with Rock Band. In RB2's Tour Mode, you can "travel" to different cities and countries, and different landmark places to play at, and by playing certain Music Sets, you unlock other aspects of the game. You also have a staff, and you unlock certain people by playing at different places. You get a certain number of fans and stars with every song you complete, and with every place you play at, you need a certain number of fans/stars accumulated.
    It is also more fun on Rock Band to personalize your band character. Guitar Hero III has more extensive facial features to pick from, which is great, but RB2 has more of a wardrobe, more make up, accessories, shoes, and even tattoos. You can also make a band logo and personalize that too (with colors, size, etc.) on RB.
    Guitar Hero III has great songs, but again, Rock Band 2 has more of a selection already on the game, as well as in their Music Download store. It took me a couple of hours just to go through all of RB2's available songs to download!
    Don't get me wrong though, Guitar Hero III has a lot of great songs too, including Dez Moines, by The Devil Wears Prada; On Broken Glass, by Chimaira; Grave of Oppurtunity, by Unearth; including songs by Lacuna Coil, Dream Theater, No Doubt, Tool, Paramore, Ozzy Osbourne, The Doors, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, and many more. So they both have their fair share of great music, but RB2 definitely includes more songs.
    As far as instruments are concerned, from what I have seen with friends of mine who own RB2 instruments and other friends who own GH3 instruments, the GH3 instruments win the fight. I have seen more complaints about the Rock Band instruments - and that includes drums AND guitar. I have not had any problems with My GH instruments thus far (knock on wood) and have had them for about 6 months already. One of my friends has an instrument set from RB and although his guitar works fine, his drums are pretty much destroyed. They break through easily and are all taped up. I have heard about some problems with the cymbals with GH though. Not really sure about that too much.
    As far as graphics, I would rate them about the same. Both have outstanding graphics.
    Well there you have it. My completly unimportant opinion on Guitar Hero 3 World Tour vs. Rock Band 2. Thanks for reading!

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    Created: 07/19/10

    Guitar Hero World Tour Complete Band Set, Awesome!

    Review For: Guitar Hero: World Tour [Deluxe Band Bundle] [RedOctane Store Exclusive] (Xbox 360, 2008)

    Guitar Hero World Tour brings a whole new experience into music videogaming. Instead of only having a guitar, you get to rock out on the drums and microphone as well. I was a little leery at first when I saw the drum set. It does look rickety but it is very sturdy. You can bang on the drums and cymbals with the real drum sticks and not harm a thing and the stand hardly moves. The drum stand also has a height adjustment that makes it comfortable for anyone of any size to play it. Also both the guitar and the drum set are wireless! So you don't have to worry about people tripping over each others' cords and breaking your precious xbox 360 system or the controllers. The only thing that might be nice to see in the future is a wireless microphone, but it does its job and having one single cord is hardly anything to complain about when you're playing with an entire band of four people. Now, honestly, if you're looking for a more realistic feeling guitar, rock band would unfortunately be the better choice. The Guitar Hero controllers are definitely sturdy but they do have a toy-like feel to them. Especially if you're used to playing a real guitar and sliding your hand up and down a regular wood neck. The guitar hero guitar neck is slightly boxy although it does have rounded edges and its made of plastic with no shiny smooth covering over it either. One of the best things about all of the controllers (besides the mic) is that they have all the controls you need right on them, including the big round xbox menu button. (The microphone requires you to have a standard xbox controller also connected to choose difficulty and navigate through menus). On to the actual game... It's awesome. A great selection of songs from all different time periods. Young or old you can appreciate the rock 'n' roll in each and every song they put on this disc. Now the game does say 86 tracks are included but don't expect to be able to play all of them right away. That would be too easy. You have to play the career in single player mode in order to "unlock" the other songs for band and quick play. This should be no problem because isn't that what you bought the game for? All in all, great fun for a group of friends or an entire family to rock out with each other and have a good time.

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    Created: 05/12/10

    Rocking the world

    Review For: Guitar Hero: World Tour [Deluxe Band Bundle] [RedOctane Store Exclusive] (Xbox 360, 2008)

    Guitar Hero World Tour delivers more ways to play than ever before. Virtual musicians can live out their rock and roll fantasies by playing either a single instrument, or any combination of instruments, in addition to the full band experience. In addition to all of the online gameplay modes from Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, Guitar Hero World Tour introduces Battle of the Bands mode which allows eight players to join online and challenge each other band-to-band to determine who is the best of the best. In the Band modes, up to four players can jam together, online or off, as they progress through the game, and in single-player Career Mode, players can jam on any of the instruments in branching venue progression enabling them to rock out in the order of their choice. This version of the Guitar Hero World Tour package lets you rock out as your favorite guitar god with a custom Guitar Hero guitar controller.

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    Created: 06/03/09

    Pales in comparison to Rock Band. Would get RB first!

    GHWT does have fun new songs and cool venues to play at, but compared to Rock Band, it isn't worth the hassle.
    Although you can use RB equipment with it, the activating star power on the drums is difficult, there aren't touch sensors on the guitar which are required during the songs, and the RB microphone isn't as sensitive as GHWT needs it to be.
    Some of the songs are great and fun, but there are a lot of really obscure songs. Mostly, the songs are really really long. They stop being fun, because they're either entirely too hard or too repetitive--either way, you end up hoping the song ends soon.
    The singing is by far the worst of the instruments, at least with the RB microphone. Even on pitch and on easy, it judges extremely harshly and we cannot seem to figure out how to not fail on singing. If you just hum, it works better(but where's the fun in that?)
    The drums are also annoying, because it's either extremely repetitive, to the point of playing the same rhythm the entire song, or it throws completely strange, off beat parts to it.
    Oh! And you share star power, which creates problems when one person is failing.
    Overall, I would suggest to anyone to try Rock Band first. If you want GHWT, I'd get the whole kit and use that equipment, because the software is very biased towards it(to the point you can't even run tutorials on RB equip).

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