Guitar Hero II

Guitar Hero II

Guitar Hero II is a music cadence computer game created by Harmonix and distributed by RedOctane for the PlayStation 2 and Activision for the Xbox 360.

It is the second fundamental portion in the Guitar Hero arrangement and is the continuation of 2005’s Guitar Hero. It was first delivered for the PlayStation 2 in November 2006, and afterward for the Xbox 360 in April 2007, with extra substance not initially in the PlayStation 2 rendition.

Like in the first Guitar Hero, the player utilizes a fringe looking like a strong body electric guitar to reproduce playing awesome music as notes look towards the player. The vast majority of the interactivity from the first game remaining parts flawless, and gives new modes and note blends. The game highlights more than 40 mainstream authorized melodies, large numbers of them cover variants recorded for the game, traversing fifty years (from the 1960s to the 2000s). The PlayStation 2 form of Guitar Hero II can be bought independently or in a group that bundles the game with a cherry red Gibson SG guitar regulator. The Xbox 360 rendition of the game is offered in a group that bundles the game with a white Gibson Explorer guitar regulator.

Since its delivery, Guitar Hero II has been met with both basic and business achievement, helping the Guitar Hero arrangement become a social phenomenon. As of December 1, 2007, the game has sold 3.1 million duplicates. It has brought forth the “development” title Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s for the PlayStation 2. A continuation, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, was delivered in 2007.

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