Wii Nintendo Guitar Hero / WorldTour
Wii Nintendo Games
WII NINTENDO is the hottest gaming system. We offer “Rock Band / Guitar Hero” setup with 2 guitars, drum set and a microphone and one 52 inch monitor with a commercial stand. We add a touch with special effect DJ lights and external speaker with amplifier for the ultimate experience.
We won’t spend a great deal of time trying to educate you on the ways of Guitar Hero if you’ve never played one of these games before. The quick and dirty explanation is that you have a guitar controller with five fret buttons and a strummer. Notes appear on the screen, you hit the matching buttons, and rock is made. In Guitar Hero III, you’ll be making the rock with one of the best soundtracks to be found in any rhythm game.
The soundtrack spans multiple eras and genres. Classic rock is represented with songs such as Santana’s “Black Magic Woman,” the Rolling Stones’ “Paint it Black,” and ZZ Top’s “La Grange.” Alternative rock from the ’90s is present in a big way with tracks such as The Smashing Pumpkins’ “Cherub Rock,” Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Suck My Kiss” and Pearl Jam’s “Evenflow” on-hand. Classic punk fans will dig being able to play the Dead Kennedys’ “Holiday in Cambodia,” Social Distortion’s “Story of My Life,” and the Sex Pistols’ “Anarchy in the UK.” Modern rock hits such as Bloc Party’s “Helicopter,” The Killers’ “When You Were Young” and Queens of the Stone Age’s “3’s and 7’s” are also available. And for all the metalheads, you get major classics such as Slayer’s “Raining Blood,” Iron Maiden’s “Number of the Beast” and Metallica’s “One.” It’s an all-around fantastic list with only a few blemishes here and there. It’s easily a much higher ratio of quality over crap than what Guitar Hero II had.
It’s worth noting the number of original tracks added into this year’s game. Well over half of the songs in Guitar Hero III are the original songs by the artists, as opposed to covers created for the purposes of the game. A couple of bands, including the Sex Pistols and early ’90s funk-metal outfit Living Color, actually went into the studio and rerecorded their songs for the game, which is pretty cool.
|Dimensions:||24"W x 44"L x 60"H|
|Power:||120v AC, 5amps|
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