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Guitar Hero: On Tour (with Guitar Grip)

Released on 18 July 2008

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (55 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Liberate your inner rock star - anytime, anywhere!

Guitar Hero: On Tour allows gamers to take the rock-solid Guitar Hero experience wherever they go. Utilising a revolutionary Guitar Hero Guitar Grip peripheral that fits in the GamePak slot on the Nintendo DS, Guitar Hero: On Tour gives fans the ability to shred along with their favourite tunes with complete portability. The soundtrack features exclusive music with a diverse set list of master tracks including classic rock, alternative and pop favourites. For the first time, the same epic music, gameplay and graphics that players have come to expect have been combined into one handheld package creating a ground-breaking Guitar Hero experience.

Unique, new portable gaming experience for the Nintendo DS:

  • Rock Out to Guitar Hero on the DS for the first time with the innovative Guitar Grip
  • Utilise local wireless play to shred with your friends in multiplayer modes
  • Use the included pick-stylus to strum the touch activated screen and rock out on the go
  • A New Musical Offering: Rock out to 25 monster tracks, 20 of which are exclusive to the DS, featuring music from a variety of classic rock, pop and alternative rock favourites, including:

    • OK Go - Do What You Want
    • Blink 182 - All The Small Things
    • No Doubt - Spiderwebs
    • Jet - Are You Gonna Be My Girl
    • Twisted Sister - We're Not Gonna Take It

    Gameplay Modes:

    • Single Player Mode - Prove your guitar shredding skills while navigating through Career, Quick Play or Guitar Duel modes
    • 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
    • Fix a broken string by dragging the broken ends together

    All of the customisation and personalisation Guitar Hero fans enjoy:

    • Select from six characters including two new rockers, which are exclusive to the DS
    • Choose from a vast collection of guitars and all new musical venues

    customer Reviews

     Average rating (55 reviews)

     I was surprised too...

    | | See all BigManDave's reviews (8)

    A portable substitute for probably my favourite game series of all time took me back a bit. I mean the whole gimick was the fact you get to wail on small, plastic guitars pretending you're in black sabbath, so unless you connect some sort of similar product into a DS and play GH on a tiny screen in your car...

    Okay, the controller is a great idea, and quite innovative, only it is falwed in it's design a little. I had to fiddle round with the strap on the controller for several hours before i reached a comfortable position, and even then after around 10 songs my wrist was as stiff as a redwood. But once you do wrestle it into a comfortable position, Guitar Hero On Tour is a superb addition to the massively successful series.

    The songs list isn't bad, containing great stuff, and average stugg as per usual, and the touch screen strummer works pretty well too once you get the hang of it. The lack of the fith button i felt made a little to be desired at first, then after palying it realised how difficult it would be to impliment and play with more importantly.

    The multiplayer mode is where it really shines. Thankfully me and my brother are both Guitar Hero pro's already, so we could indulge in the expansive local multiplayer almost immediately.

    To summarise, fans of the series, it's awesome, but all the console versions are better, obviously...


    | | See all TyrannousFatty's reviews (3)

    I would not advise you buying this game if you had a DSi as the guitar grip fits to the Gamepak slot on the DS, somethging the DSi Does not have, so it would be impossible to fit.

     Good value

    | | See all BisleySteiner's reviews (2)

    For the person that was wanting to know, no the guitar grip does not fit the new DSi as they have got rid of the slot for GBA games for the other features, so unlike the DS, the new DSi is not backward compatible!

     Great game - but be careful!

    | | See all thisispop's reviews (11)

    I bought this game today and it's my first time playing a Guitar Hero game, and on the whole I'm very impressed by it.

    For people playing the game for the first time like me, I found the tutorial in the game very useful, and also the practice songs, so you can work on improving your score before you go onto career mode - where you play songs in different venues as best you can in order to earn money. There are varying difficulty settings ranging from 'easy' to 'expert' making it very suitable for all ages and all abilities.

    The only fault I have with it, is that due to the awkward way you have to hold the DS in order to operate the GH buttons - your wrist becomes extremely painful and unable to move if you play the game for too long. To overcome this, be sure to take regular breaks.

     rubbish-what's the big fuss

    | | See all Milkshaker80's reviews (1)

    this game is rubbish it is easy to complete and i love games that are tricky so this is just not my cup of tea

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    Rating3+ (PEGI)
    Minimum RequirementsPlease note - Grip is only compatible with DS and DS Lite console. Grip is not compatible with DSi or DSi XL console.