Guitar Hero 4 Wii to have Miis, Wiimote air-drumming

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  1. CockroachMan
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    Activision Blizzard just announced at Leipzig that the Wii version of Guitar Hero: World Tour will have support for Miis and you'll be able to use your Wiimote+nunchuck for the drums.. of course, that will be all optional [​IMG]

    from ign.com:
    source: http://games.ign.com/articles/900/900494p1.html


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    here's a picture:
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    I kinda like the style of it [​IMG]
     
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    Everything that is additional and optional is good. Keep it comin`...
     
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    Woah you scared me there for a bit i thought they were replacing the drum kit for air drums [​IMG] but that was good news I guess ^^
     
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    FINALLY it's confirmed Wii music compatible for Guitar Hero World Tour!!

    but that is cool, good for people who goes to a friends house for a World Tour Party, you no longer need to bring the drumset just your Wiimote and nunchuck... but I'd rather use the drumset.

    The only thing is missing is the compatibility of each peripheral to other games and were good to go. *crosses fingers*
     
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    I hope you get the real customizer too if not then this will take away from the gaming experience [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah, but this drum set is going to rock. You can even plug it in to other midi equipment and use it as a real electric drum set. Because of that I think Frets on Fire is going to get a drummer upgrade! Or at least I hope so.

    Velocity sensitive drums for the win!

    This is the only thing on my Christmas wishlist, even though we don't really have the space for the drums...
     
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    I already put down 70 bucks on it. [​IMG]

    Ow... my eyes hurt.

    But how will it be even playable?

    *coughwiimotionpluscough*
     
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    Do you think the balance board will be compatible for the foot pedal???
     
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    lol, lucky we have one of those too. xD I can't wait until October. :
     
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    Eurgh, the stage and background looks totally different. Here's hoping that only happens when you play as Mii's. I'd never forgive them if they overhauled the graphics to look like that just for the Wii.
     
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    Yeah, and is it just me or is the FretBoard backwards. :S
     

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