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Guitar Hero: The Supreme Party Edition (PS4/Xbox1) = £36.99 @ Argos

£36.99 @ Argos
Fancy yourself as a Jimmy Hendrix or maybe Slash?...Then why not have some rockin fun this xmas with this 2x guitar plus extra content package...Or maybe just crack open some beers and invite some fri… Read More
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7m, 1d agoFound 7 months, 1 day ago
Fancy yourself as a Jimmy Hendrix or maybe Slash?...Then why not have some rockin fun this xmas with this 2x guitar plus extra content package...Or maybe just crack open some beers and invite some friends round as this is sure to be fun and challenging at anytime...

**Available for free c&c or free delivery** (Probably limited stock so be quick)

Bumf:

•Now with 2 guitar controllers and GHTV Bonus Content! .

•Rock out to hundreds of songs now featured in GHTV and enjoy extra content in the GHTV store.

•Vocalists will be also able to accompany the Guitarists with their very own lyrics highway at the top of the screen
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Been playing this all evening. Can't praise it enough TBH. It's the best Guitar Hero to date, no question. The new guitar is great, with the upgrade to six keys really ramping up the difficulty level. The new Live mode is pretty cool, with the premise being that you're actually playing in front of a live audience. I like that everyone reacts to how your playing - play badly and the crowd boo, and your band mates give you the evils.

The song selection is massive. Okay, there's a lot of crap on there, and some absolute classics are missing (nothing from Queens of the Stone Age or Guns n Roses, for a start) but for £36.99 with two controllers it's phenomenal value. The selection is really broad, so everyone is bound to find a few dozen tracks they really like.

Oh, and the selecting the tracks you want to play thing? That's not a huge problem. Earning tokens doesn't seem difficult at all - I've got a load already after a few hours play. I can honestly say I don't object to GHTV at all given the huge selection of songs available without having to pay a penny extra. Prefer it to the old way TBH.

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2 Likes #1
Hot
1 Like #2
Hot! Thank you!
2 Likes #3
great price!! ordered.

time to take the 2 singles back to smyths for a £40 refund
1 Like #4
Big thanks for this, picking it up tonight as delivery was £3.95 for me
1 Like #5
Well I'd ordered this from Game, then changed to Amazon when they matched Game.

I've cancelled that now and I'm off to Argos later on to pick one up.

Thanks for finding this one OP
2 Likes #6
The PS4 shows up as 51.99 when you click through to the page?
1 Like #7
Cakeboy79
Well I'd ordered this from Game, then changed to Amazon when they matched Game.
I've cancelled that now and I'm off to Argos later on to pick one up.
Thanks for finding this one OP
Yes, same here. Good find OP!
1 Like #8
Ordered. Heat OP.
1 Like #9
I already own Guitar Hero Live - what's the difference between the two?
1 Like #10
The PS4 shows up as 51.99 when you click through to the page?
1 Like #11
Kamatari
The PS4 shows up as 51.99 when you click through to the page?


It did for me, but then add it to the basket and the price should change.
1 Like #12
On my way to pick mine up now. I'm now glad Game's website was screwing up yesterday - £3 cheaper and available to collect locally, immediately. Great stuff
1 Like #13
Cakeboy79
Kamatari
The PS4 shows up as 51.99 when you click through to the page?
It did for me, but then add it to the basket and the price should change.
Looks like they've sorted it now and shows £36.99 for me.
6 Likes #14
Been playing this all evening. Can't praise it enough TBH. It's the best Guitar Hero to date, no question. The new guitar is great, with the upgrade to six keys really ramping up the difficulty level. The new Live mode is pretty cool, with the premise being that you're actually playing in front of a live audience. I like that everyone reacts to how your playing - play badly and the crowd boo, and your band mates give you the evils.

The song selection is massive. Okay, there's a lot of crap on there, and some absolute classics are missing (nothing from Queens of the Stone Age or Guns n Roses, for a start) but for £36.99 with two controllers it's phenomenal value. The selection is really broad, so everyone is bound to find a few dozen tracks they really like.

Oh, and the selecting the tracks you want to play thing? That's not a huge problem. Earning tokens doesn't seem difficult at all - I've got a load already after a few hours play. I can honestly say I don't object to GHTV at all given the huge selection of songs available without having to pay a penny extra. Prefer it to the old way TBH.
1 Like #15
Nice. Ordered!
1 Like #16
Has this got Val Doonican on it ?
#17
Anyone know what the 'bonus content' is??
1 Like #18
DonkeyKonk
Has this got Val Doonican on it ?
Yes. He appeared on tour with Opeth :p
1 Like #19
Brilliant deal, thanks so much - added heat!

I saw on a different Argos thread that people hang on to the receipt incase the price drops elsewhere - is that because Argos will refund the difference or to take it back and buy elsewhere? I'm not sure I could be bothered for a couple of quid.

Very happy thanks :D
#20
leaston
DonkeyKonk
Has this got Val Doonican on it ?
Yes. He appeared on tour with Opeth :p

I have no idea who Opeth are, but I assume Val was the headliner.
#21
DonkeyKonk
leaston
DonkeyKonk
Has this got Val Doonican on it ?
Yes. He appeared on tour with Opeth :p
I have no idea who Opeth are, but I assume Val was the headliner.
Progressive death metal! :D
1 Like #22
satchef1
Been playing this all evening. Can't praise it enough TBH. It's the best Guitar Hero to date, no question. The new guitar is great, with the upgrade to six keys really ramping up the difficulty level. The new Live mode is pretty cool, with the premise being that you're actually playing in front of a live audience. I like that everyone reacts to how your playing - play badly and the crowd boo, and your band mates give you the evils.
The song selection is massive. Okay, there's a lot of crap on there, and some absolute classics are missing (nothing from Queens of the Stone Age or Guns n Roses, for a start) but for £36.99 with two controllers it's phenomenal value. The selection is really broad, so everyone is bound to find a few dozen tracks they really like.
Oh, and the selecting the tracks you want to play thing? That's not a huge problem. Earning tokens doesn't seem difficult at all - I've got a load already after a few hours play. I can honestly say I don't object to GHTV at all given the huge selection of songs available without having to pay a penny extra. Prefer it to the old way TBH.
harder?! medium on old guitar was enough for me oO
1 Like #23
Reserved for collection later, another present sorted!
#24
Apart from the second controller what does this include that the normal Guitar Hero Live doesn't include?
#25
A GHTV £15.99 voucher
#26
Does it still have the microtransactions (the 'plays')?
#27
satchef1
Been playing this all evening. Can't praise it enough TBH. It's the best Guitar Hero to date, no question. The new guitar is great, with the upgrade to six keys really ramping up the difficulty level. The new Live mode is pretty cool, with the premise being that you're actually playing in front of a live audience. I like that everyone reacts to how your playing - play badly and the crowd boo, and your band mates give you the evils.
The song selection is massive. Okay, there's a lot of crap on there, and some absolute classics are missing (nothing from Queens of the Stone Age or Guns n Roses, for a start) but for £36.99 with two controllers it's phenomenal value. The selection is really broad, so everyone is bound to find a few dozen tracks they really like.
Oh, and the selecting the tracks you want to play thing? That's not a huge problem. Earning tokens doesn't seem difficult at all - I've got a load already after a few hours play. I can honestly say I don't object to GHTV at all given the huge selection of songs available without having to pay a penny extra. Prefer it to the old way TBH.
Hi so can you clarify that when the description states access to '500 songs' these can be selected to play without having to load money onto the game like the old ghost games?
1 Like #28
Collected one for the flat, many thanks! :p

We're going to rock and roll all night, and part of every day. X)
1 Like #29
wattsey
satchef1
Been playing this all evening. Can't praise it enough TBH. It's the best Guitar Hero to date, no question. The new guitar is great, with the upgrade to six keys really ramping up the difficulty level. The new Live mode is pretty cool, with the premise being that you're actually playing in front of a live audience. I like that everyone reacts to how your playing - play badly and the crowd boo, and your band mates give you the evils.
The song selection is massive. Okay, there's a lot of crap on there, and some absolute classics are missing (nothing from Queens of the Stone Age or Guns n Roses, for a start) but for £36.99 with two controllers it's phenomenal value. The selection is really broad, so everyone is bound to find a few dozen tracks they really like.
Oh, and the selecting the tracks you want to play thing? That's not a huge problem. Earning tokens doesn't seem difficult at all - I've got a load already after a few hours play. I can honestly say I don't object to GHTV at all given the huge selection of songs available without having to pay a penny extra. Prefer it to the old way TBH.
Hi so can you clarify that when the description states access to '500 songs' these can be selected to play without having to load money onto the game like the old ghost games?

I think the 500 songs are via GHTV.
1 Like #30
wattsey
satchef1
Been playing this all evening. Can't praise it enough TBH. It's the best Guitar Hero to date, no question. The new guitar is great, with the upgrade to six keys really ramping up the difficulty level. The new Live mode is pretty cool, with the premise being that you're actually playing in front of a live audience. I like that everyone reacts to how your playing - play badly and the crowd boo, and your band mates give you the evils.
The song selection is massive. Okay, there's a lot of crap on there, and some absolute classics are missing (nothing from Queens of the Stone Age or Guns n Roses, for a start) but for £36.99 with two controllers it's phenomenal value. The selection is really broad, so everyone is bound to find a few dozen tracks they really like.
Oh, and the selecting the tracks you want to play thing? That's not a huge problem. Earning tokens doesn't seem difficult at all - I've got a load already after a few hours play. I can honestly say I don't object to GHTV at all given the huge selection of songs available without having to pay a penny extra. Prefer it to the old way TBH.
Hi so can you clarify that when the description states access to '500 songs' these can be selected to play without having to load money onto the game like the old ghost games?

The songs play out across two music channels that group songs in to half hour themed programmes. If you want to select tracks yourself, you need to spend credits. Credits can be earned in-game, or bought for money. The idea is that you play along with the channels and then use credits when you want to practice a specific song. The game seems to give out credits pretty liberally to be honest. If you're content to play the channels most of the time, you'll have a decent stock of credits quite quickly.

There's also a Party Pass (SP?) sold for £3.99 for those times that you have people round and just want to play the songs you all like.

I guess the upshot of this system is that the track list is constantly growing, and there's no requirement to spend any extra money to play the new tracks. The old system got expensive quickly and was off-putting to all but the most dedicated fans.

Edited By: satchef1 on Oct 22, 2016 14:24
#31
I don't understand the 500 songs. Are these all available to play without coughing up more ?
#32
You get £16 of in game credit in the box. Not loving the game so far.
1 Like #33
Gravesy166
I don't understand the 500 songs. Are these all available to play without coughing up more ?

Yes.
1 Like #34
simonallsopp1
I already own Guitar Hero Live - what's the difference between the two?
The only difference with this bundle is that you get an extra guitar controller in the box. There are still only 42 songs on the disc for the offline "Live" version of the game (you also get a £15.99 voucher for the online GHTV bit described below).

The "500+" songs they are advertising including the ones available on the online part "GHTV", which you can either play it randomly appearing on one of the "channels" or by using a play token, which you can get by playing, or buying with real money. I know you probably know this as you have the game but I'm just explaining it for others who don't own it.

But yeah, this bundle has no exclusive songs, it's an additional controller (and the voucher). It's still a good deal for two guitar controllers and the game (and voucher), considering I paid over £60 for one controller and the game at launch, but it's just a little unclear. They should really make it more clear about the voucher.

EDIT: Okay so apparently you get a £15.99 GHTV voucher, so that's something.

Edited By: Wilza on Oct 22, 2016 18:54
1 Like #35
Thanks op, been waiting some time for this to drop and get a 2nd guitar to jam with my fiancé. Heat
2 Likes #36
Gavinge
Collected one for the flat, many thanks! :p
We're going to rock and roll all night, and part of every day. X)

I think you mean 'party every day'
Put down the guitar and bow your head in shame

Edited By: lostboybinns on Oct 24, 2016 09:53: Oops
banned 1 Like #37
nice find op!
1 Like #38
Bought this, thanks... Just what i was after on a sunday morning...!
1 Like #39
Seen this on Very for £89 and nearly ordered it......pleased I didn't! Great stuff....cheers
#40
Are the guitars wireless?

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