Amazing in every sense.I know it's hard not to compare this to rockband 2 but come on quit complaining and trying to figure out which is better.There both very awesome and brilliant in there own **** have to get both games and enjoy.This game will **** hours upon hours out of your **** replay value is off the charts and something you can pop in your 360 10 years from now just to try to beat your last score or get a higher rank on the leader boards.Think of this though,What does EA always do?They cut you off and remove online support to force you to buy there next game like they always do,so if your looking for longetivity then go with the Guitar hero franchise to guarantee that you can play 5-10 years online.This game is so freakin' awesome that It's 7-1-2012 and I still play this game here and **** do you get my **** there is just one comparison then I would say that the guitar hero games are 100% better if you play alone and The Rock band games are better when you play with friends,but that's it.I give this game a 9.9 because in my opinion GH 5 is perfection.
Guitar Hero: World Tour is a great step for the music game genre, offering some excellent new features and tons of songs. While there are a few stumbles along the way, this is a title that fans will want to check out.
The drum set takes a while to get used to, setting up an online match is complicated and there are several repeat tracks from Rock Band 2. However, the gameplay is satisfying, the Music Studio is a wondrous addition, the song list is sweet and the presentation isn't bad.
Guitar Hero: World Tour is Activision’s answer to Rock Band, and while adding drums, bass, and vocals was necessary to keep up with the Joneses, a whole host of new problems are introduced with their inclusion.
Generally speaking the game is very fun to play. There is a reasonable amount of variaty in song choice and the boundle set is fun to use with friends and even if you feel like trying all the instruments. The career is very average as it gets quite boring if you have to do a gig that include songs you arnt really intrested in. If you want my advice I say play quickplay and online with your friends to get the best experiance.
When Guitar Hero World Tour was announced I was stoked to the max, when I heard drums were added to the game also I wanted to cry. I waited anxiously for this game to come out, weeks passed and eventually came to the day of the release. I bought the full game bundle at midnight, came home and loaded up the first song. I was like okay, typical Guitar ****'s try the drums. The drums were fun also, the setlist was great too, but not as great as the first 3 games. The engine just didn't feel comfortable, there's just something about this game I don't like, but I can't seem to get my finger on it. I hate the slider notes for one thing, the game is fairly easy on guitar, the drums bass pedal had like velcro on the bottom to keep it from sliding. The drums broke within a week by the way, and I never bought a new set. I went into band mode online, and it is atrocious. I never want to play online on that game ever. People lag out constantly, the game lags, sometimes the score meter screws ****'s just terrible. The game is iffy, I suggest looking into this game more before you buy it.
Being a huge fan of the series, it's a shame how broken the game is. The achievements, characters, unlockables, and even the charts themselves seem... wrong. The only reason why the game isn't rated lower is due to the fact that the setlist is, for the most part, good, and at the time it was nice to play drums. Now this seems even much more dated than the first Guitar Hero!
Guitar Hero: World Tour was my first Guitar Hero game. At first i liked it, but in a few weeks the novelty went and i realised that all i was doing was a pressing a few buttons on a taccy plastic peripheral. And seeming as i already play the REAL guitar, it got very boring, very quickly. If you play ANY musical instrument than this probably isn't for you. A bit of a laugh with friends or at a party but in Single Player VERY DULL!!!!!! I'd give it a miss if i were you .
SummaryGuitar Hero World Tour marries Guitar Hero's guitar gameplay, with a cooperative band experience that combines the most advanced wireless instruments with revolutionary new online and offline gameplay modes. The game features a slick newly redesigned guitar, a genuine electronic drum kit and a microphone, as well as an innovative Music S...