Saturday, 15 November 2008

Guitar hereo on tour DS

Guitar Hero: On Tour - Decades (Bundle) (UK) : Guitar Hero: On Tour - Decades (Bundle) : Nintendo DS - Free Delivery

* Share the Music:
* Stream over 50 songs between Guitar Hero: On Tour - Decades and Guitar Hero: On Tour using local wireless play
* A New Musical Offering:
* Rock out to 25 all-new songs and 3 bonus tracks, with some of the greatest hits from each decade. Twenty one songs will be exclusive to Decades and 7 will be taken from Guitar Hero: World Tour. Tracks include...
* Modern: Foo Fighters - The Pretender
* 2000s: Red Hot Chili Peppers - Can't Stop
* 1990s: Blind Melon - No Rain
* 1980s: Bon Jovi - You Give Love A Bad Name
* 1970s: Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama (Live)
* Unique, portable gaming experience for the Nintendo DS:
* Rock Out to Guitar Hero on the DS with the innovative Guitar Grip
* Utilise local wireless play to shred with your friends in multiplayer mode and to share music
* Use the included pick-stylus to strum the touch activated screen
* Gameplay modes:
* Single-Player Mode - Prove your guitar shredding skills while navigating through Career, Quick Play or Guitar Duel modes. New career modes for Lead Guitar and Bass.
* Multiplayer Modes - Players can play Face Off, Pro Face Off and Co-op and Guitar Duel together - all utilising local wireless play.
* Practice Mode - Practice using the Guitar Grip and pick-stylus to nail those tricky solos.
* Authentic Rock Star Experience:
* Takes full advantage of Nintendo DS capabilities, including activating star power by yelling "Rock Out" into the DS microphone
* Attacks in Guitar Duel allow you to utilise the DS in a new way
* Blow into the DS microphone when the touch-screen is set on fire in pyrotechnics
* Sign an autograph when it is requested by an excited fan
* Send your opponent a temporary screen flip to mess up their strumming
* Customisation and personalisation:
* Select from eight characters including two new rockers who are making their debut on the DS. Deck out your rocker in costumes and venues themed for the decades.

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