I think this is a good deal...
This is the original Guitar Hero. Save 60% on original price of £49.99. The guitar isn't wireless but I don't think that matters for the price. There's also 4% Quidco cashback if it tracks!:
Includes Guitar Controller based on Gibson SG Guitar
Features over 30 of the greatest rock songs of all-time as well as 17 all new tracks
4 difficulty levels (Easy, Medium, Hard, and Expert)
6 venues that range from basement parties to sold out stadiums
8 different characters that each offer their own look and unique style of playing, from metal head to classic rocker
Two-player mode that offers tons of multiplayer fun
Ace of Spades
Bark at the Moon
Cowboys From Hell
Heart Full of Black
I Love Rock and Roll
I Wanna Be Sedated
More Than A Feeling
No One Knows
Sharp Dressed Man
Smoke on the Water
Spanish Castle Magic
Symphony of Destruction
Take It Off
Take Me Out
You Got Another Thing Comin'
Whilst most games are designed to be played, Guitar Hero is meant to be rocked. It allows PlayStation 2 owners to perform 30 fully licensed rock songs on a unique guitar peripheral, modelled on the classic Gibson SG. Once strapped on, the controller becomes the ultimate way to jam, making players not just feel like rock gods, but look like them, too.
Using five frets, a strum-bar and a whammy bar, players thrash out notes, riffs and chords alongside an accompanying rock band. The peripheral even senses the alignment of the guitar, and at special points in the game players can play it vertically for extra style points. Falling to the knees is entirely optional.
Guitar heroes can slam on the fret buttons to form notes, sustains and chords, shred the strum bar as they would a real guitar, and go wild on the whammy whilst playing 30 classic rock tunes, such as Killer Queen, Ziggy Stardust, Smoke on the Water and I Love Rock and Roll alongside more contemporary tunes such as Take Me Out and No One Knows. Additionally, the game features 17 songs by up-and-coming rock stars as part of the track list.
To play Guitar Hero just once is to fall in love with it. For once it's a game which'll not have gamers smashing their TVs in frustration, but chucking them out of first-floor windows as they forget their humdrum lives and succumb to the lure of a Guitar Hero lifestyle.