Guitar Hero: World Tour, a video game review

A video game review written by Lee Sonogan

Win Xbox 360 And Guitar Hero World Tour!

I frickin love this game, I literally can’t stop playing it my family loves it as well, I am happy I was introduced to this game 12 years after it came out although it’s kinda old it’s a wonderful game, like the other guitar hero’s it has a wonderful collection of songs I love them all! 10/10 would recommend, would play again for the first time again! – I want waffles Give me ur waffles (Google Review – 5/5)

For all the Guitar Hero franchise games, World Tour was my exposure to a playlist of a lot of good songs. To this day I remember sharing the other plastic instruments to various five digits with some combinations. I wish they brought out a more modern-day one that teaches how to play/learn for reals. Overall it made over a billion dollars in revenue selling special controllers and a lot of downloadable content.

Doing the campaign mode there are visuals for that time matching with classic bands alongside modern animation. Name dropping my favourite songs to play on hard to challenging other difficulties, B.Y.O.B, Crazy Train, Eye of The Tiger, Freak on a Leash, Hot For Teacher, Misery Business, No Sleep Till Brooklyn, Purple Haze, Red-Education (Through Labor), Scream Aim Fire, Stillborn, Vicarious. And I know I got the DLC containing all of the recent Metallic Death Magnetic album.

Only slightly better than the sequel because of nostalgia, the whole concept needs to go more in-depth and integrate into video games like VR chat or something. Or even a full-on social campaign side-quests where you have to manage the followers behind it as well would be a technical solo game I’d play. Overall you have to recommend it to everyone as it does not lose value even though you will have to emulate it somehow to play this particular program in 2021.


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