Perhaps the prospect of a game being available on multiple platforms benefits consumers in accessibility as well as the opportunity for choice. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock
, however, has specific features that fits its Wii version, and Vicarious Visions is here to tell you about it in this newly released Wii trailer. The highlight is what might be familiar to Wii Guitar Hero players: the Roadie feature. The upcoming iteration expands on this feature that allows 8-players. Roadie Battle
gives the DS roadies the power to boost their teammate with the instrument or sabotage their opponent. As Setlist Manager
, DS players get the decision-making power for what songs to play next in this mode.
Take a look at the video below to see why Vicarious Vision thinks this is the most polished Wii iteration yet.
In Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, join with friends on an epic rock journey to save rock n’ roll. Featuring an impressive 90+ track set list, a totally redesigned rock-inspired guitar controller and a host of all-new gameplay features, living room legends and their friends can strum, drum and wail in the most immersive music videogame experience to date. Delivering the quintessential rock music collection that focuses on guitar shredding hits from bands such as Black Sabbath, Slipknot and Megadeth and larger-than-life band anthems from Queen, Muse and KISS, players can unleash more rewards and unlockable content than ever before in Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock’s Quest Mode, the franchise’s first ever story-based mode, and Quickplay+, which invites challenge-starved fanatics to test their rock skills. Running on the powerful Guitar Hero engine that has been expanded and refined and with encores from the addictive, award-winning gameplay features that made Guitar Hero one of the most popular franchises of all-time – such as Party Play, Competitive modes and any combination of up to four instruments – the game offers a complete interactive and connected experience bringing friends and foes to the stage in the ultimate rock music experience.