Guitar Hero World Tour Reviewed
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Mac|Life has published review of Guitar Hero World Tour, the Mac incarnation of the popular musical rhythm game. GHWT offers 80 songs, new online and offline gameplay modes, and a Music Studio feature for composing and editing original rock and roll anthems. Mac|Life gave the game a score of 3 out of 5.
From the review:
The best part of World Tour is its soundtrack. More than 80 songs span 40 years of quality rock and rolling. Highlights are too numerous to mention, but let’s just say anyone who doesn’t get excited about playing “No Sleep till Brooklyn,” “Living on a Prayer,” and “Eye of the Tiger” must be dead inside.Read the full review at the link below.
Mac|Life: Guitar Hero World Tour
The recording studio feature is an appealing addition--you can bring up a blank musical sheet and lay down notation for guitar and percussion, gradually building an original composition, which you can then play in the game. It’s probably more enticing for console gamers, since the composing process is awkward, especially for GarageBand-savvy Mac users. But adding extra songs to the game’s soundtrack is a cool novelty.
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