'Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile' Video
'Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile' Video Transcript
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>> You may have become a master guitarist and drummer in Guitar Hero World Tour on your gaming console, but let's see if you can rock on one of these. I'm Jessica Dolcourt with CNET Download.com. This is a First Look at Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile. This game play is a lot like the first Guitar Hero Mobile game, but with one major difference: Drums. In addition to jamming along on the guitar, you can now also play the drum line for each and every song. To play the guitar, you press any key in the column where the green, red and yellow notes come down the line. It works the same for drums except you'll also have the kick drum to worry about. In the game it shows up as a purple line that you hit by pressing the 7, 8, or 9 key on your phone. Some drum patterns are easier than the guitar game play, but others will actually give you would be legends a workout. Here's another welcome addition to Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile. If you get tired playing by yourself, you'll now be able to battle other players. Enter into the multiplayer mode and the game will match you up with an opponent based on your skill level. You'll be able to build your reputation and whether you win or lose you can still track your points online. With fifteen songs to start with, three skill levels and two instruments, this Guitar Hero game is a really fun play. Audio and graphics have improved for Java phone significantly, but the games lettering is small and cramped and some of the graphics still render a little choppy. Still all the sweet guitar and drumming action can be yours for about $4 a month or about $11 for a lifetime license. Of course the exact price will vary by phone carrier. To get it, check at the game storefronts to see if this Guitar Hero game is available for your phone. I'm Jessica Dolcourt you've been jamming with Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile. ^M00:01:46 [ Music ] ^M00:01:50
>> Rock-on. Yeah!
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