Guitar hero makes the headlines

May 27th, 2008 - 11:22 am ICT by David M N James  

Guitar Hero LogoGuitar Hero Aerosmith for the Xbox 360, and PS2/3 will be on June 29. The sensational guitar sounds will be making inroads in their way to fame after hitting the headlines lately. Guitar Hero tour has out-phased the once popular Guitar Hero IV which was also renowned Aero-smith, has become official after months of media hype. It was released by Activision. World Tour will add singing and drum. This will play to a mix of the best drum set and a very revered guitar peripheral. The peripherals are wireless and contains excellent features like a Band Career Mode, online integration and recording capacity and music sharing.

According to Activision, World Tour’s track list will be the largest list of any GH game and they promise that it will feature great rock bands including, Linking Park, Van Halen, The Eagles and Sublime among other sensational rock bands. This is based on the popularity of these rock bands. It’s a marketing gimmick after all.

The guitar hero tour is basically a distinguished rock which is different from mainstream rock music. Guitar hero is characterized by drums are complicated than those of a rock band. The drum pads are three and there are two cymbals and both sets of instruments play like pedals.

The price is now set for the guitar hero, a price of $189 is not a bad offer for starters and the tour might be a classic hit in the rock world. Lately, rock music has been making headlines as it becomes one of the most popular music types in an international context.

Music analysts have hyped it as nothing extraordinary since it’s bald and lacks taste in a video released by Activision, Red Octane and Neversoft.

The excitement is still on about the guitar hero tour and soon it will become a reality and everyone will asses if it was all worth it. Only the rock lovers will give the verdict after spending the $189.

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