Guitar Hero World Tour Latest News - Wii

Game Description:NOTE: This game is not playable with standard controllers. The guitar controller is not included with rental or purchase.Now's your chance to get onboard the biggest tour yet! The classic GH style is back, updated with new features and the largest group of songs of any rhythm game in history. Jam out with three friends in Band Mode, where you get to rock on guitar, drums, or lead vocals. Eight different players can compete in Battle of the Bands. Eighty-six different tunes - including two exclusive tracks from Ted Nugent and Zack Wylde - await your shredding skills! Blast to the past with legends like Hendrix, Fleetwood Mac, and Creedence Clearwater Revival, or rock to the future with modern stars like At the Drive-In, Mars Volta, and Modest Mouse.
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  • Guitar Hero World Tour Offering In-Game Sponsorships

    Activision announced today that it is teaming with some of the most influential instrument and equipment brands in the music industry for its upcoming Guitar Hero World Tour game. In Guitar Hero World Tour, gamers can score in-game sponsorships and gear from Ampeg, Audio-Technica, EMG Pickups, Ernie Ball, Evans Drumheads, Guitar Center, Krank...

    Posted August 27, 2008| 7 Comments

    Guitar Hero World Tour Offering In-Game Sponsorships
  • 'Guitar Hero World Tour' Online Details

    More Guitar Hero World Tour news coming at ya: Straight from the source in Leipzig, Germany. Here's what we know about the game's online ranking system: It will work similarly to Call of Duty 4's prestige system, where points will be alloted for doing well within the game. There will be 50 levels to attain, and each can be flipped five times,...

    Posted August 21, 2008| 3 Comments

    'Guitar Hero World Tour' Online Details
  • New 'Guitar Hero World Tour' Peripheral Revealed?

    . UPDATE (8.21.08): It turns out we got some wires crossed on this story: According to a Red Octane rep., there is no new peripheral. There is an option in the Studio Mode to add keyboard sounds but that comes from the guitar. The input port on the drums is for any other instrument you would like to add to the tracks. Our apologies for...

    Posted August 21, 2008| 11 Comments

    New 'Guitar Hero World Tour' Peripheral Revealed?
  • Play With Your Mii In 'Guitar Hero World Tour'

    Among the many, many interesting announcements made today at Leipzig comes this piece of news that shouldn't get lost in the shuffle: The Wii version of Guitar Hero World Tour will feature Mii Freestyle, which allows you to rock-out-with-your-Mii-out in the game. We're not sure how this could be possible unless the look of the game on the Wii is...

    Posted August 20, 2008| 4 Comments

    Play With Your Mii In 'Guitar Hero World Tour'
  • New 'Guitar Hero World Tour' Video, Ozzy Behind the Scenes

    Go behind the scenes with Activision's Guitar Hero World Tour in this new video and see how Ozzy Osbourne reacts to the likes of Mo-Cap and virtual rocking out. The musical-multiplayer madness comes to a PS2, PS3, Wii, PC, or Xbox 360 on October 26th. Guitar Hero World Tour Ozzy Vignette Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version

    Posted August 11, 2008| 7 Comments

    New 'Guitar Hero World Tour' Video, Ozzy Behind the Scenes


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