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Publisher Activision Studio Neversoft Genre Role-playing
Release Dates 10/26/08 TBA TBA TBA

Guitar Hero World Tour delivers more ways to play than ever before. Virtual musicians can live out their rock and roll fantasies by playing either a single instrument, or any combination of instruments, in addition to the full band experience.

Release Date: October 2008

Source: IGN

Also See:
Guitar Hero IV (Wii)
Guitar Hero IV (PS3)

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7.9 from IGN

IGN - October 26, 2008

Submitted by oznerol (110) at 10:46AM PST on October 26, 2008

Guitar Hero World Tour is a fun title, to be sure, but it's also a disappointment in a lot of respects. A number of things it tries to accomplish were already done better in Rock Band, which you might figure would have provided a simple blueprint to be followed and expanded up, but that's not the case.
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GHWT: Faulty Drums?

Kotaku - October 26, 2008

Submitted by OuterHaven (280) at 8:43PM PST on October 26, 2008

In short: faulty drums in GHWT that are bad enough to affect game play. Guitar Hero: World Tour today, and notices that for those who already have it, some are seeing sensitivity/operability problems with the drum kit. Enough that it's raising a big stink, and Activision has noticed.
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GHWT: Eurogamer review 9/10

Eurogamer - October 26, 2008

Submitted by OuterHaven (280) at 7:28PM PST on October 26, 2008

Master recordings may be the norm these days, but there's still a sense that Guitar Hero World Tour is an "As made famous by..." The Rock Band series is now two games and many dozens of downloadable songs deep, and developer Harmonix, having abandoned the Guitar Hero series it designed and launched to work on Rock Band with MTV, was the first to present this formula - two Guitar Hero-style inputs, drums and vocals - to the public
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Rumour: Guitar Hero 4 priced, new touch-sensitive guitar - June 15, 2008

Submitted by vGInfidel (10) at 4:42PM PST on June 15, 2008

Guitar Hero 4 presents a $180 pricetag for now-gen consoles, $170 for PS2 including all instruments. Just the software? They're asking $60 for 360 and PS3 versions, and $50 for their lower-def cousins. A handful of artists are also name-dropped � Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, Korn, System of a Down, Ozzy Osbourne, Interpol, Muse. Also mentioned is an "all new wireless guitar controller with the first-ever touch-sensitive neck slide."
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Jimi Hendrix to Appear

360achievements - July 24, 2008

Submitted by necron101 (108) at 10:13PM PST on July 24, 2008

Activision today announced that legendary singer/shred master Jimi Hendrix will feature as a playable character in the upcoming Guitar Hero: World Tour title.
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