Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades full set list and details

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Many were disappointed with the set list for Guitar Hero On Tour so they held off on buying it. Now another title, Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades is releasing soon and the set list has been revealed. The 28 songs in the game are:

Alien Ant Farm – “Smooth Criminal”
The All-American Rejects – “Dirty Little Secret”
Blind Melon – “No Rain”
Blondie – “One Way Or Another”
Bon Jovi – “You Give Love A Bad Name”
Boston – “Rock and Roll Band”
The Darkness – “I Believe In A Thing Called Love”
Edgar Winter Group – “Free Ride”
Fall Out Boy – “The Take Over, The Breaks Over”
Foo Fighters – “The Pretender”
Free – “All Right Now”
Jimmy Eat World – “The Middle”
Joe Satriani – “Satch Boogie”
Journey – “Any Way You Want It”
Lenny Kravitz – “Are You Gonna Go My Way”
Linkin Park – “One Step Closer”
Los Lobos – “La Bamba”
Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Sweet Home Alabama (live)”
Paramore – “Crushcrushcrush”
Queen – “We Are The Champions”
R.E.M. – “The One I Love”
Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Can’t Stop”
Sammy Hagar – “I Can’t Drive 55”
Seether – “Remedy”
Smashing Pumpkins – “Tarantula”
Stone Temple Pilots – “Down”
Veruca Salt – “Volcano Girls”
Weezer – “Buddy Holly”

I’d say it’s a better set list than the first game, so that’s good news. And in case you were wondering, the set list isn’t the only thing that differs from the first game. There are two single player career modes in Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades, one for lead guitar and one for rhythm guitar. Also, the strumming recognition has also been improved from the first game. The development team was able to “clean up the code” from the first title and improve the strumming.

You can buy Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades in stores on November 16th, either with the Guitar Grip ($49.99) or without ($34.99). That same day you’ll be able to buy Guitar Hero On Tour without the Guitar Grip ($34.99) in case you still want that.

[Via DS Fanboy and Go Nintendo]

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In June 2008, Hassan was offered a position at NintendoFuse, and he accepted it right away. He is a big Nintendo fan, and has owned every handheld since the Game Boy Color and every console since the Nintendo 64. Hassan’s philosophy is very simple: “fun”. He plays video games to escape from life for a while and just relax and enjoy. As a blogger, Hassan’s focus is to provide the most detailed news articles and hands-on impressions that you will find anywhere. The more information that he can provide to the fans and readers, the better. And to further expand on his philosophy of fun and his detail-oriented goal, Hassan started up the NintendoFuse Podcast in September of 2009.

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