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Guitar Hero on Tour: Decades Bundle

Platform : Nintendo DS

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  • Play as a wide variety of characters and customize outfits from throughout the decades of rock, defining the best and most outrageous clothing trends in rock history.
  • Stream over 50 songs between Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades and Guitar Hero: On Tour using local wireless play.
  • Rock out to 25 all new songs and 3 bonus tracks, with some of the greatest hits from each decade. 21 of these are exclusive to Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades and 7 are taken from Guitar Hero World Tour.
  • Use the Guitar Hero DS guitar grip peripheral, pick-stylus (both included), and DS stylus or your finger to strum the touch-activated screen to rock out on the go.
  • Choose from a variety of game modes including: single player, Practice Mode and multiplayer modes including Face Off, Pro Face off, Co-op and Guitar Duel together with a friend by utilizing local wireless multi-card play.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • ASIN: B001E22VT6
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 10.8 x 4.8 cm
  • Release Date: Nov. 16 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,243 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Product Description

Guitar Hero hits the road in more ways than one with Guitar Hero On Tour Decades Bundle for Nintendo DS! This exclusive bundle includes the Guitar Hero On Tour Decades Game, Guitar Hero Guitar Grip, a Guitar Grip Skin, and the Guitar Hero Pick Stylus so you will have the complete rockin' package while you are on-the-go. Shred through four decades of music with 28 tracks - including 21 exclusives - from bands like Foo Fighters, Skynryd, Bon Jovi, and other titans of rock. Get ready for the spotlight in Practice Mode, rock in single-player Career, Quick Play, and Guitar Duel modes, or join friends in four local wireless multiplayer modes. Activate star power by yelling into the mic, blow when pyrotechnics set your screen on fire, send opponents a temporary screen flip, and much more.

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Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades expands the experience of Guitar Hero: On Tour by taking players through a rock-and-roll journey from today’s hits back through each decade to the 1970s. Featuring gameplay input using the innovative Guitar Hero grip* included with the bundle, a range of single player and multiplayer modes, a set list of 28 master tracks and cross compatibility with the original game in the series via DS wireless functionality, it is a whole new take on the addictive and wildly popular Guitar Hero gameplay that you can take with you wherever you go.

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Rock On the Go
With Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades fret board fanatics on the go can unleash their inner rock stars anytime, anywhere in single player and multiplayer modes as they hone their shredding skills and jam to a diverse set list of monster tracks from a wide variety of decades and eras in rock history using the DS pick stylus and the Guitar Hero grip peripheral.

Guitar Hero grip and stylus pick for use with Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades
Guitar Hero gaming through five musical eras for your Nintendo DS.
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Racking up multipliers with star power in Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades
Classic Guitar Hero gameplay.
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Multiplayer action in Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades
Multiplayer modes.
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Two of the playable characters from Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades
A variety of customizable playable characters.
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The Guitar Hero Grip
Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades utilizes the innovative Guitar Hero guitar grip peripheral with wrist strap, for DS and DS Lite, and a special stylus pick. Compatible with all games in the Guitar Hero: On Tour series, the grip peripheral contains four color coated buttons for familiar Guitar Hero note highway input, with the stylus pick used for strumming on the DS' lower screen. Designed to get you rocking in a matter of seconds, players simply slide the peripheral into the your DS' Game Boy Advance slot and you are ready to shred.

Multiplayer Options
Along with a deep single player Career Mode, and Practice Mode, Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades also includes several multiplayer options. These utilize the game's wireless DS multi-card play functionality, and include: Face-Off Mode in which players duel each other via alternating riffs, Pro Face-Off Mode in which players finger the same notes, a Co-op Mode in which one person plays lead guitar and the other player joins in playing either rhythm or bass guitar and Guitar Duel.

Key Features:

  • Stream over 50 songs between Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades and Guitar Hero: On Tour using local wireless play.
  • Rock out to 25 all new songs and 3 bonus tracks, with some of the greatest hits from each decade. 21 of these are exclusive to Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades and 7 are taken from Guitar Hero World Tour.
  • Use the Guitar Hero DS guitar grip peripheral, pick-stylus (both included), and DS stylus or your finger to strum the touch-activated screen to rock out on the go.
  • Choose from a variety of game modes including: single player, Practice Mode and multiplayer modes including Face-Off, Pro Face-Off, Co-op and Guitar Duel together with a friend by utilizing local wireless multi-card play.
  • Play as a wide variety of characters and customize outfits from throughout the decades of rock, defining the best and most outrageous clothing trends in rock history.
  • Integrated microphone functionality allows players to blow into the microphone to extinguish a pyrotechnics effects gone wrong, or use the touch screen to autograph a fan’s shirt in the middle of their set.
The Set List:
In Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades players take on 28 master tracks from the 70's, 80's, 90's, 00's and the modern era. All of these can be played in multiplayer modes as well as single player. As an added benefit, in multiplayer modes, which utilize wireless DS multi-card functionality, players can receive streams of songs from players using the original Guitar Hero: On Tour game, extending players' possible set list much further. The full list of songs within Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades includes:

   "Smooth Criminal" - Alien Ant Farm
   "Dirty Little Secret" - The All-American Rejects
   "No Rain" - Blind Melon
   "One Way Or Another" - Blondie
   "You Give Love A Bad Name" - Bon Jovi
   "Rock and Roll Band" - Boston
   "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" - The Darkness
   "Free Ride" - Edgar Winter Group
   "The Take Over, The Breaks Over" - Fall Out Boy
   "The Pretender" - Foo Fighters
   "All Right Now" - Free
   "The Middle" - Jimmy Eat World
   "Satch Boogie" - Joe Satriani
   "Any Way You Want It" - Journey
   "Are You Gonna Go My Way" - Lenny Kravitz
   "One Step Closer" - Linkin Park
   "La Bamba" - Los Lobos
   "Sweet Home Alabama (live)" - Lynyrd Skynyrd
   "Crushcrushcrush" - Paramore
   "We Are The Champions" - Queen
   "The One I Love" - R.E.M.
   "Can't Stop" - Red Hot Chili Peppers
   "I Can't Drive 55" - Sammy Hagar
   "Remedy" - Seether
   "Tarantula" - Smashing Pumpkins
   "Down" - Stone Temple Pilots
   "Volcano Girls" - Veruca Salt
   "Buddy Holly" - Weezer

*The Guitar Hero grip peripheral is not compatible with the Nintendo DSi.

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By Rene Kremer on Jan. 28 2013
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this game does not work with nintendo DSi systems. dont buy it if you have one. I have no idea how to return it.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lab_Newfie on Feb. 17 2012
I had no trouble ordering it and dealing with the buyer, but I never recieved it. It was believed to have been lost in the mail. I did get a refund, tho I would have prefered to have gotten the game. I will still use amazon.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Must have DS or DS lite cannot be used with dsi or dsi xl or 3ds Oct. 10 2011
By Juicy Jenn - Published on Amazon.com
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Make sure you have the original ds or ds lite if you purchase this game. Fun game but cannot play on dsi or newer system.
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
An Expansion, (almost) Nothing More... Nov. 21 2008
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This game is basically the same as the DS's first instalation of Guitar Hero this past June, but it also features song sharing, a way to utilize the first GH:DS to make the DS to DS multiplayer even more expansive (up to 53 songs to rock out together with). It includes 28 songs compared to the first instalation's 25 songs, which for the most part is a solid tracklist. It has its clinkers (as much as I love "We Are The Champions", I must admit that its 45-second piano solo do not fit Guitar Hero), but I love songs such as "Can't Stop" and "Sweet Home Alabama".
Overall, I'd say this is a pretty fun DS game. It may not vary much from the game of June, but if you liked that one, you'll have a blast with this one. Perhaps its not worth its $35 game-only price tag, but jamming out on the DS doesn't get much better than this.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
really cool Aug. 29 2009
By Steven L. Rachal - Published on Amazon.com
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i bought this for one of my daughters. she is 10 years old and she just loves this game. it teaches her about what good music is and she hears so much more in the songs playing this. its great. she has mastered about half the songs and its been about 2 weeks since she's had it. it keeps her occupied for hours!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Guitar Hero for DS Lite Jan. 21 2010
By Raymond W. Lewandowski - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this game for my grandson who got the DS Lite for Christmas. He loves it and his two sisters love it too, but they have to use his DS to play it because it does not fit on the DSi's they got for Christmas. On Christmas the three of them used it most of the day and totally left all their new games alone. I would say that this one is a winner. I am very glad I ordered it.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Holy Hand Cramp! Jan. 31 2009
By J. B. Pritchard - Published on Amazon.com
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Pros: A great song selection, pretty good gameplay (on lower difficulty levels at least), fun on battle mode.

Cons: Hand cramps and neck cramps especially on Hard and Expert, other technical issues, more songs and store items would be nice.

Just like the first "Guitar Hero: On Tour", this one has a good song list with much lighter songs (appropriate to the DS) than the original Guitar Hero games. Activision didn't skimp on this game and each decade has songs from some really well known bands. Organizing the songs into different decades is also far more satisfying than a random organization.

The gameplay is similar enough to the original Guitar Hero to work fairly well, especially on Easy or Medium difficulty. The guitar pick stylus to strum with mimics the feeling of playing guitar closely enough for the game to have that "make believe" appeal. This game also features a battle mode that works even better than the battle mode in Guitar Hero III. The features of the DS are really utilized in battle mode, and you'll find yourself signing leg warmers that pop up on screen and blowing frantically when your equipment catches on fire.

On easy or medium, I'd easily give this game at least four stars, but on the upper difficulty level, problems start to mount. Trying to play some of the songs on hard or expert can cause severe hand cramps for BOTH hands. Switching positions can alleviate this somewhat, but not enough. Neck cramps also occur. When playing a fast section, there is often the tendency to not strum in exactly the right place, screwing up you note streak. Sometimes, the guitar attachment will pop out of the DS forcing you to restart the entire system. All of these were problems in the original "Guitar Hero: On Tour" and I don't see that too much has been done to fix them here.

Maybe it is a fruitless wish as the DS is only capable of so much, but it would also be nice to be able to buy more items and songs at the store like on the games for larger systems. Not much is available here.

This game has a good song list, good concept and good gameplay on lower difficulty levels, but I cannot bring myself to love a game that is actually physically painful to play. Too many technical issues. 3+ stars.