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Game Box for Guitar Hero II (X360)

Guitar Hero II

The second part of the best-selling series of music games, in which we play dozens of rock and metal hits with the use of a controller resembling a real guitar.

Party | music | multiplayer | co-op | splitscreen

Guitar Hero II cover

publisher: RedOctane

Official website

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: split screen, players: 1-2

game release date:

07Nov2006

PS2

03Apr2007

X360

Guitar Hero II™ explodes onto Xbox 360™ with over 70 songs and the revolutionary X-Plorer® Guitar Controller. Choose from a wild group of rockers and jam at concert venues that grow in size as your rock career progresses. Play with a friend and shred riffs cooperatively, or go head-to-head in multiplayer modes like Pro Face-Off.

* New for Xbox 360: This version of Guitar Hero II includes the X-Plorer Guitar Controller, additional songs, and downloadable content.

* Killer soundtrack: Rock out with with over 70 jaw-dropping tracks, including You Really Got Me, War Pigs, Beast and the Harlot, Crazy on You, Carry On Wayward Son, Heart-Shaped Box, Killing in the Name, Sweet Child O’ Mine, Message in a Bottle, Shout at the Devil, and Surrender.

* Content downloads: With Xbox Live®, grab new songs, themes, and picture packs. Download exclusive songs and check where you rank on the Guitar Hero II leaderboard.

* Multiplayer: Grab a friend and form your own rock band in Cooperative Mode. Want to see who can rule the stage? Go head-to-head with a friend in Pro Face-Off mode.

* Practice mode: It's going to take some practice to sell out stadiums and have fans screaming your name.

System requirements

Sony PlayStation 2

Sony PlayStation 2

Uses: Gibson SG Guitar Hero Controller, memory card 8 MB

Microsoft Xbox 360

Microsoft Xbox 360

Uses: Gibson X-plorer Guitar Hero Controller, Xbox Live

The life and death of Guitar Hero and Rock Band series
The life and death of Guitar Hero and Rock Band series

article 04 February 2018 13:07

Have you ever heard the term 'peripheral-based rhythm games'? It sounds weird, but it regards none other than Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises. Two giants which both lost in their fight for devoted fans. How come their reign ended so abruptly?

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