Earlier this week, Activision Blizzard finally placed a date on when Aussies can expect their first taste of four-piece rhythm game action, with Guitar Hero World Tour slated to land down under on November 12. The company's gone one step further now, pricing the different bundles the game will be sold in when it hits Australia.
The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 "super" bundle--which comes with a copy of the game, a drum kit, a mic, and a wireless guitar--will retail for A$329.95. The same Wii bundle comes in A$10 cheaper at A$319.95, while the PlayStation 2 version will set consumers back A$299.95.
Guitar Hero World Tour's guitar bundle--which comes with one guitar and the software--will be A$169.95 for the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, A$159.95 for the Wii, and A$149.95 for the PS2. The game on its own will sell for A$89.95 for the PS3 and 360, A$79.95 for the Wii, and A$69.95 for the PS2 version. Activision has previously stated that Guitar Hero 3 controllers will be compatible with World Tour.