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Guitar Hero: World Tour (PS2)

Guitar Hero: World Tour (PS2)
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63 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Guitar Hero: World Tour PS2 Review

 

Guitar Hero: World Tour is unique from other Guitar Hero games, courtesy of a nice six-piece wireless drum kit, realistically looking guitars and USB Mic. With its new song recording feature, it certainly provides more than just a simple rhythm game.

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Guitar Hero: World Tour

 

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Guitar Hero: World Tour [Guitar Bundle]

 

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 ro

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Guitar Hero: World Tour

 

Sadly Guitar Hero is starting to succumb to its heritage of being Rock Band's old man and slowly growing out of touch with the gaming generation. Guitar Hero: World Tour doesn't offer anything of any substance over Rock Band, especially with its less...

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Guitar Hero World Tour (PlayStation 2) - Gameplanet Preview

 

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Guitar Hero: World Tour

 

Three years ago, the original Guitar Hero was launched on a somewhat unsuspecting US public, with a European release following around 5 months later. Until that point, most rhythm action games (with the exception of the Dance Dance Revolution/Dancing...

Massive track-listing, the biggest yet ; Still great fun in multiplayer mode ; The only place to play Dig Out Your Soul (via DLC)

Too many long/overly difficult songs ; Drums are under-sensitive, leading to noisy gaming sessions ; Some tracks are a tad obscure

Ultimately, despite having some incredibly fun moments, especially in multiplayer mode, World Tour doesn't quite seem to have that same spark of excitement that came with first playing Rock Band, or even with older games in the GH series. Don't get me...

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Fun for the whole family!

 

In summary: World Tour has a wider variety of instruments to choose from, compared to the original Guitar Hero games. The whole family can play! Someone can sing, someone can play the guitar, someone can play bass, and someone can play ...

more instruments, good songs

takes long to complete game, freezes

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The Grand Theft Auto series reaches another level in many different ways. First off, there are twice as many features as there was in Vice City or any other GTA game for that matter. Then we have a bigger map with three different cities and ...

Not enough space, but I'll just name one... soundtrack

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A high mark in the controversial Grand Theft Auto series

 

The Grand Theft Auto series seems to be even more controversial than the near-hysteria surrounding Mortal Kombat I remember from my 1990s youth. I can certainly understand wanting to keep GTA games away from children, and also ...

Incredibly detailed linear and nonlinear gaming experience; massive potential for strategy and tactics

Game undoubtedly not for everyone; some minor control issues (though generally improved); occasional graphical glitches

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Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, is perhaps the most controversial video game ever released. It had politicians blaming Rockstar and the entire gaming industry, for causing the moral decay of American youth, and plenty of community do-gooders ...

Graphics, Replay value

Load Times can be long, Some vehicles/aircraft not great

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