Guitar Hero World Tour Is I4U Top 100 Gift Tip #43

Posted: Sep 30 2008, 2:22pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:47am CDT, in News | Holiday Gift Guide

 

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When it comes to music games, one name is the most thought of title -- Guitar Hero. This fall Guitar Hero World Tour launches on the Xbox, Wii, PS2, and PS3. The game will be available in late October in a pack with all the band instruments including drums, guitar, and mic.

The game will also be offered in a pack with the game and a guitar only or as a standalone game. The game offers one of the best playlists around and packs more music in than most other music games can muster. The complete band game will retail for $189.99, the guitar only game for $99.99 and the game itself for around $50. This will be one of the hottest games of the holiday season.

For Whom:

Guitar Hero World Tour will be high on the wish list of anyone who is a fan of the Guitar Hero franchise or has spent time playing Rock Band.

The Good:

  • Can get complete controller and game bundle
  • Huge music list
  • Download content will be offered as well

The Bad:

  • Full band set is expensive

Where to Buy:

You can pre-order the game for any format at a variety of online locations and after October 26th, you can buy the game in retail stores.

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