Game Only - Guitar Hero Controllers Required To Play
Brought to you by the makers of Guitar Hero, one of the best-selling videogame franchises of all-time, Band Hero features the hottest chart-topping hits from everyone's favourite acts including Maroon 5, Fall Out Boy, Go-Go's, Janet Jackson, Culture Club and Snow Patrol.
Headlined by some of the biggest names in music as in-game artists and playable characters, Band Hero is the ultimate party game where players of all ages will be able to experience the signature, easy-to-learn but difficult-to-master Guitar Hero gameplay.
Elevated social gameplay in Band Hero allows fans to create the band they always dreamed of using any combination of guitar or drum controllers and vocals, providing rockers and performers of all ages the chance to experience and interact with their favourite music.
Rock to the beat: Band Hero includes the most fun music that brings friends and family of all ages together to sing, play guitar, or drum to a wide variety of today's chart topping hits and most recognisable anthems. The game features an explosive on-disc set list of more than 65 tracks from the hottest new bands and classic artists, including Maroon 5, Jesse McCartney, Go-Go's, The Turtles and Janet Jackson.
Let's get this party started! Novice and expert players alike will find it easier than ever to jump in and jam out with friends and family thanks to Band Hero's Party Play Mode. Party Play inserts players straight into the action from the start-up menu with the press of a button allowing them to join in, drop out, or switch personal options at any time without fear of failing the song or interrupting the jam session.
Put the band together Your Way: In Band Hero gamers are free to create the experience they want by tailoring their band to suit their style. People can play alone or select any combination of multiple vocalists, bassists, drummers or guitarists to create their own band and rock with, in Band Hero.
Step up to the challenge: A little competition never hurt anyone! Band Hero's RockFest Mode is a collection of challenges at varying difficulties designed for up to four players locally and up to eight players online.
Live in the moment: Capturing the essence of being in a big-named band and nailing those memorable sections of popular songs is what Band Hero's Band Moments is all about. Hitting all the notes in a special section earns bands bonus multipliers and creates the ultimate sense of accomplishment as the crowd screams for more.
The ultimate jukebox: Further expanding upon the hours of nonstop on-disc entertainment in Band Hero, is the ability for fans to play Guitar Hero: World Tour's downloadable content in the game, utilising all of the upgrades and features in Band Hero
Sing any way you want: A classic karaoke mode where up to four players can showcase their vocal chops, Sing-Along allows players to perform any song from the entire setlist, without worrying about scores or failing out
2013-03-27alberto fabianThis is the first I have a game like this and all I can say is that I encanta.Las songs are good and the only thing wrong is that the battery has at times lacked sensitivity but lacks veces.Uno few of my best games because I love the drums and guitar too.
by Alberto Fabian on March 27th 2013
This is the first I have a game like this and all I can say is that I encanta.Las songs are good and the only thing wrong is that the battery has at times lacked sensitivity but lacks veces.Uno few of my best games because I love the drums and guitar too.
2013-02-01HushearaBand Hero Solus was developed by the creators of Guitar Hero and the Guitar Hero series is similar to Band Hero Solus. Difference is that the line-up is now interchangeable. This innovation was previously only available on Guitar Hero 5th The stages are varied and the graphics - especially the look of the characters is more realistic.
by Husheara on February 1st 2013
Band Hero Solus was developed by the creators of Guitar Hero and the Guitar Hero series is similar to Band Hero Solus. Difference is that the line-up is now interchangeable. This innovation was previously only available on Guitar Hero 5th The stages are varied and the graphics - especially the look of the characters is more realistic.
Leave a Review
You need to be logged in to leave a comment. Please log-in or if you have not yet got an account with us, you can register here.