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Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades Videos and Trailers - DS

Game Description:NOTE: This game is playable only with the Guitar Hero Guitar Grip. The Guitar Hero Guitar Grip is not included with rental or purchase.Guitar Hero hits the road in more ways than one with Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades for Nintendo DS! Shred through four decades of music with 28 tracks - including 21 exclusives - from bands like Foo Fighters, Skynryd, Bon Jovi, and other titans of rock. Get ready for the spotlight in Practice Mode, rock in single-player Career, Quick Play, and Guitar Duel modes, or join friends in four local wireless multiplayer modes. Customize your rocker, stream additional tracks wirelessly, and take advantage of DS-friendly features. Activate star power by yelling into the mic, blow when pyrotechnics set your screen on fire, send opponents a temporary screen flip, and more.
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