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Guitar Hero II with Guitar

Compatible with Xbox360™ (X360)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
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Guitar Hero II with Guitar
Guitar Hero II with Guitar
Guitar Hero II with Guitar
Guitar Hero II with Guitar
Guitar Hero II with Guitar
Guitar Hero II with Guitar




  • Dual Guitar Shredding: Guitar Hero II™ takes the guitar rock experience to new volumes by allowing players to play 3 different guitar tracks: Rhythm, Bass, and Lead .
  • Follow up to an Award Winning Soundtrack : Guitar Hero II™ follows up on the award winning soundtrack of Guitar Hero™ with over 55 new tracks.
  • New Modes: Guitar Hero II™ introduces all new multiplayer modes like: cooperative, pro-face off, and face off, letting 2 Guitar Heroes conduct their own symphonies of destruction.
  • Shred School: Guitar Hero II™ features an all new practice mode, allowing Guitar Zeroes to become Guitar Heroes with enough practice.


Rock the Rhythm, Lead, and Bass Guitar tracks in the follow-up sequel to the Best Music Game of the year of 2005. Form your guitar duo and shred riffs cooperatively or go head to head in all new multiplayer modes. With over 55 tracks to rock out to, you'll go from Guitar Hero to Guitar god in one press of a fret button. Choose from multiple rock characters and jam at concert venues that grow in size as your rock career progresses! You’ll start your rock career playing small clubs and bars, but if you play well you’ll work your way up to stadiums and arenas.

Strap on your Guitar Hero Explorer Controller, plug it in, and CRANK IT UP! The Guitar Hero Explorer Controller feels just like a real guitar, making it the ultimate way to jam on your Xbox 360™. With the Guitar Hero Explorer Controller, you turn into a rock star every time you play Guitar Hero!

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Guitar Hero II
Realistically speaking, most of us are never going to become rock stars. No matter what the ads for Singapore Idol and Superband says. So when a game comes along that allows you to live out your fantasies of being a solo-ripping guitar god - why not? That, in a nutshell, is Guitar Hero. The mechanics are simple - you have a plastic guitar with five buttons and a strum bar. As the song plays, follow the symbols that come down the screen and strum your guitar for points. Nail particular passages and you\'ll build up something called Star Power, which can be unleashed to double your points by tilting your guitar upright in classic rock-star fashion. If you get a second guitar, you can choose to team up with your friend for co-op play, one player takes the lead while the other plays bass or rhythm. Alternatively, you can duel axes in a face-off mode which sees the both of you battling for the status of guitar god. You can play with your standard controller if you don\'t want to pay for the plastic guitar - but it\'s nowhere as fun. A wireless guitar controller is available for the PS2, but not the Xbox 360.

The single-player mode lets you rack up by cash by playing gigs at various rock venues - complete with encores. You can then splurge your hard-earned cash on outlandish outifts and groovy guitars in the store. There are also a few bonus unlockables such as behind-the-scene videos for you to feast your eyes on. The song list for the game is full of smash hits and recognisable tunes to satisfy the rock \'n\' roll fan. If that\'s not enough, the Xbox 360 version will let you purchase song packs from the Xbox Live Marketplace to add to your tracklist. Yes, you may look like a bit of a prat playing this game - complete with plastic guitar and copious amounts of headbanging. And no, this game is not for everyone - especially if you hate rock \'n\' roll. But when you nail that famous opening riff from Sweet Child O\' Mine, you can almost hear the crowd. And they\'re screaming your name. Or, maybe it\'s just the neighbours. Yelling for you to turn it down a notch.
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