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Guitar Hero: On Tour with Grips (NDS) (Nintendo DS)

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Executive Producer David Nathanielsz stated that the short time between releases was to help give DS players the same depth of content as available to the console players of Guitar Hero. The poor audio quality of the songs, a problem that was also noted with On Tour, was found to persist in this sequel. Despite the game's lack of a fret button, the game is still a great challenge with a solid difficulty curve -- especially for those who still haven't jumped on the Guitar Hero bandwagon.

These statements are not guarantees of future performance and are subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors, some of which are beyond our control and may cause actual results to differ materially from our current expectations. Included with the game is a new Guitar Hero pick-stylus that lets you strum away in style on the DS Touch Screen.

It really does bring the console experience to the DS…minus the comfort of the guitar controller, of course. Vicarious Visions learned from the mistakes of the first game, improving the note progression in Decades to better facilitate the awkward Guitar Grip setup. Each game in the series contains 25 or more songs, generally consisting of rock music over the past 50 years.

While some reviewers considered the game as an "absolute Guitar Hero experience", [4] others noted that the social aspect of the series was not present, [28] and that the game felt "more like an experiment than a full-fledged game, as if Activision just wanted to see if it could be pulled off. In other words, if you start with Hard and complete a song, you'll also be credited with the Easy and Medium difficulty levels of that song as well. By the time you hit “Can’t Stop,” the requisite Red Hot Chili Peppers song, you’ll start wondering if Decades is worthwhile. The game uses the local wireless abilities of the Nintendo DS to support both 2-player co-operative play and competitive play.Players can compete using different versions of the games, allowing the songs of each game to be shared during play.

The Grip was also reported to seat poorly in the GBA slot and came out of the unit at times, which caused the game to stop unexpectedly, requiring a restart of the system due to its inability to support hot swapping.All Gibson marks, logos, trade dress, guitar models and related rights provided pursuant to exclusive license from Gibson Guitar Corp. IGN felt that the setlist "starts out bad but starts getting more enjoyable as you unlock the earlier decades". The bundled version of Guitar Hero: On Tour is the 19th best-selling Nintendo DS game in the United States, selling 1.

After your payment has been processed, the content will be downloaded to the applicable system linked to your Nintendo Account, or your Nintendo Network ID in the case of Wii U or Nintendo 3DS family systems. Seven songs in each are exclusive to the respective versions, and are listed as "N/A" when not available for that region's release.N.") through his two-man band, Protoshredanoid, to capture the Modern Hits theme of the game, and after demonstrating a sampling of the song to the rest of the team, were asked to create the whole song. Three games in the series have been released since June 2008: Guitar Hero: On Tour, Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades, and Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits. It’s a largish device that wraps around the bottom of the system; you literally strap your hand onto the accessory, which forces your fingers onto the four fret buttons. Reviewers found the set list to be both short and somewhat skewed towards recent music, [29] and some commented that the sound quality of the tracks was poor.

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