Just got guitar hero for the wii system and threw the instructions out by mistake. The box shows a lot of songs but in the menu it only shows a small number of songs. Is there a way to get the rest of the songs? Or do I have to pay to get them? Thanks
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Re: How do I get the rest of the songs on the box
Many of the songs you see listed need to be "unlocked" by playing through the songs that you currently see available. As you progress through the game, more songs become available. Also, you will be able to "purchase" songs in the game by using the "money" you earn by performing. It's another way songs are unlocked. There are also songs you can buy online from within the game if this is Guitar Hero World Tour you're referring to. Have fun!
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This can be frustrated the first few times. Here's the likely issue: the wii version will not activate the keyboard (or drums) if multiple wii remotes are active and all-instruments mode is not enabled.
The multiple wii remote thing: one remote is considered the microphone, and the rest guitar controllers (you can use the wii-remote based wingman and guitar hero guitars with this title). Once you get to two plus wii remotes on, you can't add more.
So, assuming one of your guitar controllers is active, use it to go into the menu system and turn all instruments mode on. Once done, a wii remote is no longer needed to be used for singing, and now singing will be turned on by default (but you can ignore it). Now, your drums and keyboard should work fine.
Eventually, the game smartens up and turns on this mode automatically for you, but the first few times it does not. I nearly threw the game out the window the first day or so.
Its a simple touchpad really, I recommend you use your strumming hand to use it, and only use it on the darker coloured notes, you can either tap or slide on it
takes a while to get used to, but it's pretty funky to use, and essential in some songs
Solution: Wii Console needed to download a software upgrade from the web to run Guitar Hero World Tour. Internet connection in our home is via a Linksys ADSL wireless router. Entered Wii Setup menu (select Wii button on bottom left of screen). Changed Connection 1 from None to Wireless. Wii picked up the SSID broadcast from the router. Did a Test Connection which worked. Wii Console prompted me to 'download Wii System Upgrade from Web?'. Clicked OK. Download took approx 10 mins. On completion of download Guitar Hero World Tour loaded automatically. Note: I have read that the Wii uses wireless protocol 802.11b. Make sure your router has both 802.11g and 802.11b enabled or 802.11b only for the duration of the download. Best of luck.
The same thing happened to me when i bought GH3. The only solution for me was to return it and get a new one. The manager at game stop said that this is a pretty common problem and a lot of people have returned guitars for the very same reason.