Games Review: Guitar Hero World Tour

PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360, Activision, £149.99

Rebecca Armstrong
Saturday 08 November 2008 01:00
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Following the success of a slew of Guitar Hero instalments – and that of rival music title Rock Band – Red Octane has upped its game with Guitar Hero World Tour.

Consisting of a guitar, drums and a mic, this band-in-abox is an impressive package and the 86-track playlist contains some true gems. The wireless instruments are sturdy and better quality than Rock Band’s offerings, but, annoyingly, only the guitar and game are out this week – the drums and microphone go on sale on Friday.

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