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Turn the volume up to max!,
This review is from: Guitar Hero World Tour (Wii) (Video Game)
I loved Guitar Hero 3, so naturally World Tour was the next step for me. Even if you have played Guitar Hero 3, I would suggest sitting through the Tutorial, so you can get to grips with some of the new features in the game. The game improves on every single aspect of Guitar Hero 3. If the first installment of the Guitar Hero series set the bar on the Wii, then World Tour just went and set it even higher.
You can choose which part of the band you want to play, wether you want to be the drummer, sing your heart out, play some bass or my personal favourite, play some solos as the guitarist. World Tour mode allows you to play through it on your own or if you got some friends round, play through it as a fully fledged band.
The online mode is one area where the game shines out. You just choose what settings you want, and start searching. You can play against someone, or join up with people around the world and rock out to the list of songs you got to choose from. You can play songs you have downloaded, but only if all the parties in question have the song.
I would suggest getting a SD Card if you wish to download songs. The songs will eat up your Wii's memory like nobody's business. But so long as you have a SD Card, you can put the songs there, and you can still play them without having to move or delete files. There isn't much to choose from at the time i wrote this, but hopefully there will be more in the future.
Overall, if you lked any of the previous installments of Guitar Hero, then you will love this.