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Guitar Hero: World Tour (PS2)

Guitar Hero: World Tour (PS2)
alaScore 91

63 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 63 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Guitar Hero: World Tour (PS2) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 63 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

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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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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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Grand Theft Auto reaches the top!

 

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

Some minor stuff mentioned in the review

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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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GTA San Andreas: CJ's Play House

 

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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Go Back To The Streets

 

In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, you play as Carl Johnson, also known to his home boys as C.J. You arrive back in San Andreas to bury your mother after being gone from your old hood for years. Your welcome committee is a car full of cops who pull you ...

Good voice acting, great script, excellent gameplay

Glitches, some missions next to impossible

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is still one of the most fun games out today.

 

The video game industry is becoming more sequel-oriented every day a game like this is released. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was easily the biggest and best sandbox game to be released, coming in 2nd to only Grand Theft Auto 4 today. You probably...

Great Soundtrack - The map is amazing - Entertaining Story

Visuals need some work - Game is for Mature players only

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Taking a trip to San Andreas?

 

Did you ever wonder why Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was briefly banned from American stores? Did you know much about the game at the time, or understand that the 'dirty little secret' programmed into the game was really only a very small part of the ...

Violent, gritty, it's like strongly linked to the rap music 'gangsta' culture

Too violent, gritty, and profanity laced for most parent's taste

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