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Guitar Hero: On Tour - Decades

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Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades is the direct sequel to the Nintendo DS game Guitar Hero: On Tour.

Played from a sideways perspective, players are able to rock out with their portable gaming system via an attachment that plugs into the cartridge slot to allow players to match the various color frets that move across the screen, while utilizing the other screen to strum the chords and use the whammy bar.

Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades retains all the previous modes of the earlier games (Career, Freeplay, Practice), "Star Power", multi-player play via two systems, and 28 pop and rock songs from the last few decades. A new feature includes backwards multi-player compatibility and song sharing with the original Guitar Hero On Tour.

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Game added by Nezbie.

Game added December 7th, 2008. Last modified February 22nd, 2023.