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Super

AdvantagesFeels like Drum kit

DisadvantagesNoisy and Pedal ruins it

...knock the franchise down a peg Activision launched Guitar Hero World Tour which allowed gamers to take on the Guitar, Bass, Mic and the items reviewed here the drums! Now of all the instruments to recreated on the video game consoles the drums seems the most natural when playing. The kit that goes with the game, working on both PS2 and PS3 version, is a large piece of machinery. About 1 metre across...

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Good

AdvantagesIt is cheaper than an actual drum kit

DisadvantagesIt takes alot of practise, the songs arent modern and doesnt sound much like a proper drum it.

...the first where you can press any pad (or part of the drum kit) to the hardest setting which involves much practise and requires a very good drummer. There is also a setting which is freeplay where you can make up your own tunes(i.e. play whatever sequence you would like). This is good, but again to hear the actual sounds of a drum kit the volume needs to be up quite high. You can also make...

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Super

“Drumming!”

published 04/11/2011

AdvantagesGood selection of drums, cymbols

DisadvantagesSounds a bit fake

...As I've said in a previous review one of my favourite games on the Wii is Guitar Hero world tour and when we bought this a few years back we went for the whole band bundle which included guitars, microphones and a drum kit. The game then allows you to play these songs using all the instruments either against each other or against the computer. If you've had a bad day I think the best medicine is...

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