Wii: GH World Tour or Rock Band 2?

Discussion in 'Games & Consoles' started by mrpacs, Nov 7, 2008.

  1. mrpacs

    mrpacs Well-Known Member

    Which one should I get and why? Thanks!
  2. Milamber

    Milamber New Member

    I've heard a lot of bad about World Tour, mostly with the character customization and the song list not being so hot, but I haven't played it yet to know if it's true.

    I haven't played RB2 yet, but I own RB1 and it's a lot of fun and the downloadable content is great!
  3. MoeSyslack

    MoeSyslack Member

    I got RB1 for my wii. I cant find any way to download new music to it. Does it have to be unlocked or is it not available on the wii?
  4. Grüpsaar

    Grüpsaar DRC Forum Bum

    Not available on Rock band 1 for the wii.

    I have GH:world tour for wii and enjoy it. It had downloadable content and some good songs.

    Rock band 2 isn't out yet for wii, is it? Or did it just come out? I didnt get a chance to play it yet. But it too will have DL content
  5. JoeTan

    JoeTan Well-Known Member

    I think you can just get the game and use GH's accessories
  6. mrpacs

    mrpacs Well-Known Member

    Rb2 for Wii delivery was pushed back to December 31~ YIKES! My kid's are going to be so disappointed. :(
  7. TheScionicMan

    TheScionicMan Last non-Hating Stern Fan

    Most of the stuff is cross-compatible. One of the big differences is the drum sets. The RB drums have four drum heads and the pedal. The GH set has 3 drum heads, two cymbals and the pedal. The left cymbal is the 2nd most played, and they have five colors in addition to the pedal. From what I've read, the game will adapt, sort of but its a little confusing.

    There's some good songs in World Tour, but a lot of crap too, IMO. I wish they would re-release GH III and GH Aerosmith for the full band setup.

    My son and I went to the Warriors game the other night. They had GH III set up in one of the little exhibit areas. My son had a blast playing it while I stood in line for food, but the best part was when I came back and stepped in, with other dads watching their kids play and was able to rock it out right along with my boy. He was LOVING having an audience. We're already planning our Driveway concert with a projector for when the weather warms up...

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