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Guitar Hero World Tour (Complete Band Game)
Game Description:Guitar Hero World Tour delivers more ways to play than ever before. Virtual musicians can live out their rock and roll fantasies by playing either a single instrument, or any combination of instruments, in addition to the full band experience. This version of the Guitar Hero World Tour package includes everything you'll need for the complete GH experience -- packed in are the game as well as a guitar, microphone and drum kit.
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