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Guitar Hero World Tour - PlayStation 2 (Game only)

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Platform: PlayStation2
Edition: Game only
  • Battle of the Bands mode lets up to eight players get their groove on
  • Comes with exciting extras that enhance your experience
  • Use the innovative Music Studio to compose, record, edit and share music
  • Features a humungous selection of master recordings
  • Offers more localized downloadable music than ever before

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Guitar Hero World Tour - PlayStation 2 (Game only) + Guitar Hero 5 Stand Alone Software - PlayStation 2 (Game only) + Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock - PS2
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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation2 | Edition: Game only
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001ABN93I
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 26, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,051 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation2 | Edition: Game only

Product Description

Guitar Hero World Tour transforms music gaming by expanding Guitar Hero's signature guitar gameplay into a cooperative band experience that combines advanced wireless instruments with gameplay modes from Guitar Hero 3 as well as new gameplay modes unique to GHWT. The game features a Music Studio music creator that lets players compose, record, and edit their own rock ‚€˜n' roll anthems.

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Start a Band...the Guitar Hero Way

Guitar Hero World Tour transforms music gaming by expanding Guitar Hero's signature guitar gameplay into a cooperative band experience that combines advanced wireless instruments with gameplay modes from Guitar Hero 3 as well as new gameplay modes unique to GHWT. The game features a Music Studio music creator that lets players compose, record, and edit their own rock ‘n’ roll anthems.

*Note: The instruments are sold seperately.

Drum Customization

Eye of the Tiger

Music Studio

Ozzy Osbourne

The Whole Band

Be the Next Great Songwriter

Music Studio lets players express their musical creativity by giving them access to a full complement of tools to create digital music from scratch utilizing the guitar controller and drum kit. Players can create their tracks and then play them in-game as a solo act or with friends.

Create the Band

Budding rock stars can live out their rock ‘n’ roll fantasies by playing either a single instrument or any combination of instruments, in addition to the full band experience. When rocking as part of a band, up to four players can jam together in quickplay or as they progress through a career. Both band and single-player careers feature non-linear progression giving artists the option to change difficulty and instruments with a variety of different gigs available at any time.

Customize Everything

The character creator allows gamers to create a rock star with style as unique as their own. Absolute customization from the clothes, to the facial and body structure, to the tattoos and accessories, players are encouraged to unleash their inner rock legend. The Rock Star Creator doesn't just allow players to build the ultimate rock god; the in-depth creators include the ability to customize guitars, drums and microphones. Adding yet another layer of personalization, gamers can create custom logos for their instruments, band, or album covers.

A Set List for the Ages

The Guitar Hero World Tour set list is comprised entirely of master recordings from some of the greatest artists of all-time including Van Halen, Linkin Park, The Eagles, and Sublime. There are over 85 tracks, plus frequent downloadable singles and track packs. In addition to the killer track list, the game will feature rock icons such as Hayley Williams of Paramore and Travis Barker of +44 and blink-182.

The Full Set List
  • 311 - "Beautiful Disaster"
  • 30 Seconds To Mars - "The Kill"
  • Airbourne - "Too Much Too Young"
  • The Allman Brothers Band - "Ramblin' Man"
  • Anouk - "Good God"
  • The Answer - "Never Too Late"
  • At The Drive-In - "One Armed Scissor"
  • Beastie Boys - "No Sleep Till Brooklyn"
  • Beatsteaks - "Hail to the Freaks"
  • Billy Idol - "Rebel Yell"
  • Black Label Society - "Stillborn"
  • Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - "Weapon of Choice"
  • blink-182 - "Dammit"
  • Blondie - "One Way or Another"
  • Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - "Hollywood Nights"
  • Bon Jovi - "Livin' On A Prayer"
  • Bullet For My Valentine - "Scream Aim Fire"
  • Coldplay - "Shiver"
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Up Around The Bend"
  • The Cult - "Love Removal Machine"
  • Dinosaur Jr. - "Feel The Pain"
  • The Doors - "Love Me Two Times"
  • Dream Theater - "Pull Me Under"
  • The Eagles - "Hotel California"
  • The Enemy - "Aggro"
  • Filter - "Hey Man, Nice Shot"
  • Fleetwood Mac - "Go Your Own Way"
  • Foo Fighters - "Everlong"
  • The Guess Who - "American Woman"
  • Hush Puppies - "You're Gonna Say Yeah!"
  • Interpol - "Obstacle 1"
  • Jane's Addiction - "Mountain Song"
  • Jimi Hendrix - "Purple Haze (Live)"
  • Jimi Hendrix - "The Wind Cries Mary"
  • Jimmy Eat World - "The Middle"
  • Joe Satriani - "Satch Boogie"
  • Kent - "Vinternoll2"
  • Korn - "Freak On A Leash"
  • Lacuna Coil - "Our Truth"
  • Lenny Kravitz - "Are You Gonna Go My Way"
  • Linkin Park - "What I've Done"
  • The Living End - "Prisoner of Society"
  • Los Lobos - "La Bamba"
  • Lost Prophets - "Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)"
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - "Sweet Home Alabama (Live)"
  • Mars Volta - "L'Via L'Viaquez"
  • MC5's Wayne Kramer - "Kick Out The Jams"
  • Metallica - "Trapped Under Ice"
  • Michael Jackson - "Beat It"
  • Modest Mouse - "Float On"
  • Motorhead - "Overkill"
  • Muse - "Assassin"
  • Negramaro - "Nuvole e Lenzuola"
  • Nirvana - "About a Girl (Unplugged)"
  • No Doubt - "Spiderwebs"
  • NOFX - "Soul Doubt"
  • Oasis - "Some Might Say"
  • Ozzy Osbourne - "Crazy Train"
  • Ozzy Osbourne - "Mr. Crowley"
  • Paramore - "Misery Business"
  • Pat Benatar - "Heartbreaker"
  • R.E.M. - "The One I Love"
  • Radio Futura - "Escuela De Calor"
  • Rise Against - "Re-Education Through Labor"
  • Sex Pistols - "Pretty Vacant"
  • Silversun Pickups - "Lazy Eye"
  • Smashing Pumpkins - "Today"
  • Steely Dan - "Do It Again"
  • Steve Miller Band - "The Joker"
  • Sting - "Demolition Man (Live)"
  • The Stone Roses - "Love Spreads"
  • Stuck In The Sound - "Toy Boy"
  • Sublime - "Santeria"
  • Survivor - "Eye of the Tiger"
  • System of a Down - "B.Y.O.B."
  • Ted Nugent - "Stranglehold"
  • Ted Nugent's Original Guitar Duel Recording
  • Tokio Hotel - "Monsoon"
  • Tool - "Parabola"
  • Tool - "Schism"
  • Tool - "Vicarious"
  • Trust - "Antisocial"
  • Van Halen - "Hot For Teacher"
  • Willie Nelson - "On The Road Again"
  • Wings - "Band on the Run"
  • Zakk Wylde's Original Guitar Duel Recording


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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Lost and Forgotten Are the Traditional Guitar Hero Fans November 6, 2008
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Edition:Game only
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
OK, so this is a review of the game-only Guitar Hero: World Tour Playstation II game. If you're here looking to get information and feedback on the bundle version or to hear about online play, you're on the wrong product page.

This review is for those traditional Guitar Hero fans. The fans who...

1: Thought the price of a full set (nearly $200) is a little steep.
2: Play casually.
3: Do not necessarily own a next generation console (Xbox360, PSXIII).
4: Do not play online.
5: Just want to play some good songs.

This was the original targeted audience of Guitar Hero back in the day and has been up until about a year ago when Activision took over and began trying to sway the demographic to the hardcore players. The general audience of gamers who may not even have considered themselves gamers until they picked up a plastic guitar and began jamming to Carry on Wayward Son. To me, this audience has been abandoned in favor of a very specific audience that doesn't mind paying more. Marketing wise it makes some sense but along the way Activision alienated their traditional family and casual audience.

I'm sure the game is uber-fantastic on the next generation consoles with the drums, mic, and internet options but for those of us who just want to play guitar, we've been sold short.

Let us begin.

First is the soundtrack. It boasts some excellent classic songs like Beat It, which is ironic since my review on Guitar Hero 3 called for this song and everyone thought I was insane, believing the franchise should not be "Pop Hero." There are other great songs like Hotel California, Crazy Train, Eye of the Tiger, etc. There are even some decent recent ones by Haley Something and Jimmy Eats World.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Impressive... November 1, 2008
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Edition:Game only
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Guitar Hero World Tour lives up to it's lofty expectations. The set list is LONG and diversified ranging from metal to world music to pop and country. The introduction of drums, bass and vocals greatly enhance the games long term replay value. I am really impressed with the BASS option for the game it is spot on and very fun to play. The difficulty levels now include a BEGINNER level in addition to the EASY, MEDIUM, HARD and EXPERT options. Another good feature of World Tour is the ability to toggle between difficulty levels and still continue through the same set list. There are also some new play options for guitar/bass such as continued sustain notes and open strum notes. It took me a good couple of days just to complete the game ONE time, so you really get a good bang for your buck. I have not even gotten to the create your own rocker or song creator options yet. The Bottom Line...this is the BEST title in the guitar hero series...yet...Guitar Hero Metallica is on the horizon. Highly Recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Edition:Game only
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
First off, I don't use the World Tour equipment. I use the wireless Kramer Striker guitar from the GHIII bundle, and I use the Rock Band drums and microphone (which work flawlessly, by the way, although the Rock Band drumkit has one less drum).

Overall, it feels like they're trying to mimic Rock Band and succeeding in some ways, but failing in others.

Graphics:
The graphics are a little bit better than GHIII. The drummer no longer moves like a robot, and they ditched GHIII's deformed singer. The settings are pretty nice too, especially the freaky one during the Tool songs. However, I'd say the graphics pale in comparison to Rock Band 2, or even Rock Band 1. The Rock Band games have very realistic characters, and things still seem a little artificial here. Also, the graphics on the note charts are slightly tweaked (the notes are raised a little more), but I don't think it's much better or worse than the graphics on the GHIII note charts.

Interface:
Fail. Honestly, the menus are quite confusing and it's disorienting for a while. For one, some reviewers mentioned that you can only save the game if you finish the entire setlist. That's actually not true, but it's definitely easy to draw that conclusion based upon the interface and lack of instructions (note: just pause the game during a song, select quit, and the previously beaten songs will be saved...you can pick up where you left off anytime or play any of the previously beaten songs you wish). Also, without Rock Band 2's World Map, the menus don't really add to the touring-around-the-world feel that Rock Band 2 has.

Difficulty:
In addition to mimicking Rock Band, the overall difficulty is another area where they have alienated some fans, although I personally like the change.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Drumer's Perspective November 1, 2008
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Edition:Game only
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
First of all I have played all the Guitar Hero Games and Rock Band 1 for the PS2 and I have VERY eclectic tastes in music. My skill level is Expert on Guitar, Bass and Drums on all the games. If you are interested in learning drums - you will really learn a lot of patterns, timing and co-ordination and it's cheaper and quieter than a real kit. You can easily transfer your drumming skills from the game to a live kit with a few exceptions.

Summary: If you like the other Guitar Hero Games and Rock Band there is almost no reason you will not like the newest and latest Greatest Guitar Hero game. The focus isn't on just guitar and that could disappoint some but for me that wasn't a problem at all. There are plenty of masterful and challenging guitar songs from greats like Ted Nugents, Randy Rhoads, Eddie Van Halen, Joe Satriani, Jimi Hendrix. The 3 Tool songs were worth the wait.

The Song List: 85 songs! I have played all the songs through on Hard and have started Expert. There is something on the song list for everyone. There are some fun but boring songs like Beat It by Michael Jackson and Eye of The Tiger but there are plenty of songs to keep you busy. I am a huge fan of Tool's Danny Carey so when I finally unlocked the Tool songs I was in heaven. Instead of playing a venue - there are Tool inspired graphics that flash and change colors to the songs. There is a good mix of Classic Rock, 80's, Alternative, Metal and Modern Rock and even a Willy Nelson song. I was disappointed to see a half dozen or so songs that are also on the upcoming Rock Band 2 game. Still no Zeppelin, Beatles or Floyd.

Difficulty: The difficulty level is pretty consistent all the way through the game. I can beat hard and 5 star almost everything on Drums on Rock Band 1.
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