Guitar Hero: World Tour is released today in the UK


Guitar Hero World Tour (Or Guitar Hero 4/IV) is released today in the UK.  Or at least the Solus game is, and the bundle with the Solo Guitar Pack.

Personally, I’ve pre-ordered the Band Bundle.  This is released in a weeks time (14th November 2008) across all platforms (Wii, PS3, PS3, Xbox 360).  So why should you pre-order the Band Bundle now and wait for next week, when the game and the guitar are released today….

Here’s why:

1. The Band Bundle is exactly that - You get all the band equipment, not just the guitar.  This is the reason you want the game!  For the Band equipment - the Drums, the Microphone, the Guitar and the Solus Game itself!!!

2. If you pre-order the Complete Band Pack you will also get a Free Bass Guitar Controller.

3. If you want to play the game by yourself, with only the guitar then be my guest and buy the guitar only pack now.  If not…  and I’m thinking most people are thinking this:  Get the Band Pack to share the experience with your friends!!

4. The drums!!!!  Even if you are the person in point 3 (lonely person with no one else to play with!) you want this game to bash the drums!  So you need to get the Band Bundle

5. I rest my case really!!!

For UK consumers I always say that Game.co.uk and Amazon.co.uk are by far the best for pre-ordering games with.  They consistently get the pre-orders to you on time, and won’t over-subscribe there pre-orders either!  Use the table below to go straight there to the order page, I promise you won’t be disappointed!

Retailer Description Price Link
Guitar Hero World Tour: Band Bundle £149.98
Guitar Hero World Tour: Band Bundle £149.99
Guitar Hero World Tour: Band Bundle £149.99
Guitar Hero World Tour: Band Bundle £149.99
Guitar Hero World Tour: Band Bundle £149.99
Guitar Hero World Tour: Band Bundle + FREE bass guitar From around £160
Guitar Hero World Tour: Band Bundle £149.99

Watch a preview here on this YouTube video:

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