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Guitar Hero Aerosmith

Platform : Xbox 360

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • Media: Video Game
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Guitar Hero: Aerosmith lets you rock out and jam on stage like you have never before with Aerosmith's authentically captured legendary moves. Play the best Rock and Roll tracks of all time including Aerosmith's greatest hits and chart-topping singles from some of the world's best bands. Hottest tracks by Superb Bands. Perform other iconic tracks from artists chosen by Aerosmith, such as Run DMC, Lenny Kravitz, and Stone Temple Pilots.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
A SOLID RENTAL...AN OWNER ONLY FOR HARDCORE FANS 4 July 2008
By M. Grant - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Video Game Fun:   
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is probably a 5-star game if you're a huge fan!

I'm not, so I rented the game and enjoyed it enough to give it 3-stars. It's essentially the same game (with same tutorial) as Guitar Hero 3. The key differences are: 1) the song selection is much shorter, 2) the song difficulty is much easier...maybe Joe Perry's not the axe-master I always thought he was.

The graphics are fun, they got Steven Tyler's mouth and wardrobe changes down perfectly. During load time there's interviews with the entire band that gives some fun insights into the progression of their career. However, I was shocked that some key Aerosmith hits like "Angel", "Dude Looks Like a Lady", "Janie's Got a Gun", and "Don't Want to Miss a Thing" weren't on the play list. I know some people might comment that they're ballads or too slow and easy to play. Who cares! I'd rather have some easy songs and have the full run of Aerosmith hits than to have 40 songs in total (especially for those paying $60). When you make a game based on a rock group...give us as much of their collection as possible! The game should at least cover the "greatest hits".

A minor annoyance with the entire GH series is dealing with the achievements on the Xbox 360. In Guitar Hero 3 a majority of the achievements are so impossibly hard to get you'd need to be Yngwie Malmsteen to even come close. However, in GH:A I managed to unlock 5 all on one song (when I wasn't even trying). Not sure if the game makers are treating achievements like a joke or what, but I know many gamers use these as a goal to work towards. So for future games it would be nice if some form of balance can be struck and an achievement can manage to be both challenging and obtainable all at the same time.

I still want to give props to the GH franchise for doing a band-centric game. Heck, any game that opens with Cheap Trick's "Dream Police" can't be bad! Hopefully the Young Brothers will open up the AC/DC catalog for a future version. Actually, I'm surprised that the money-making franchise formerly known as "Gene Simmons" doesn't already have a KISS game in the pipes.

Oh well, if you're jonesing for some guitar playing fun then GH:A should keep you entertained for at least 3-7 days. But a full purchase is probably not necessary.
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Aerosmith flavored Guitar Hero that doesn't offer much 1 July 2008
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
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Since Activision and Neversoft took control of the Guitar Hero franchise, we've been getting a steady stream of sequels and spin-off's, with Guitar Hero: Aerosmith being the latest game in the series. Featuring a pretty good collection of songs spanning Aerosmith's long career, you'll find that besides adding the Aerosmith-themed presentation, the game itself is basically identical to Guitar Hero III. This isn't really a bad thing, but considering this is a full-priced game, it would have been nice if there would have been a little more overall variations. The track list here is quite good though, with even some bonus tracks from Joe Perry's Joe Perry Project to find and play too, along with some bonus interviews with the band. Where the game falters however is that there isn't going to be any downloadable content, meaning that once you get through the game, there isn't much reason to go back to it. Getting through the game isn't that much of a challenge either if you're a Guitar Hero veteran, as the game proves to be not all that difficult compared to previous Guitar Hero games. It should also go without saying that if you aren't a fan of Aerosmith, this probably isn't for you. All in all, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is an enjoyable diversion that fans of the band will get a lot of enjoyment out of for a while, but in the end, the game doesn't offer enough bang for your buck.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Try it before you buy it! 30 Jun. 2008
By Brandi - Published on Amazon.com
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Rent the game first, and see for yourself. I was very disappointed. The vault, was almost bare! Too few songs, and Walk This Way had the two versions. With as few songs as there was on the game, there should not have been a duplicate, with or with out the slight variation. There are so many amazing songs that could have been put on this game! I played for two hours, got tired and went back to Guitar Hero 3.

But, the Steven Tyler graphics were great! I loved watching the band while others played!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
More Like Train Kept A Failin' 3 July 2008
By R. Reining - Published on Amazon.com
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This game is very similar to Guitar Hero III, which I love.

I just don't feel like Aerosmith is Guitar Hero friendly. It just got boring for me to play. Someone else already said everything I wanted to say. The songs get boring, and some of them are ridiculous. A song featuring Run DMC? What the hell?

Well, whatever. It's definitely not worth the $103 I paid for it and the controller. Ah, the controller, here at least an improvement. The controller is modified (though it doesn't look it)from the wireless one from GH: III. It has the same detachable neck, but it doesn't slide away from the neck. I played all the way through the game tonight with the controller, and never once did I have the problem of the controller not reading the button I was holding. And they also fixed the strum bar, which I found over-sensitive on the previous game.

My verdict, rent it. I hoped for some redeeming value in the bonus songs, but they're all Aerosmith or Joe Perry's solo work. For shame. :(
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not worth the money 4 July 2008
By D. Swallow - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Video Game Fun:   
I bought this via pre-order, so I didn't have a chance to see the setlist before buying it (unless it was published somewhere that I didn't find). I was VERY disappointed with this game. Like the others have said, it's almost exactly like GH3, but with different songs. Also, as previously mentioned, it's extremely easy to beat in comparison to the rest of the games in the GH franchise. For the money I spent, there should have been a lot more content. I thought that with an entire game devoted to the band, that there'd be more songs that I loved growing up, but unfortunately that was not the case. Quite frankly, I'm ticked and would like my money back. Why weren't their other hits included, like Janie's Got a Gun, Angel, Crying, Dude Looks Like a Lady, etc? Very poorly put together if you ask me. It looks like Activision is just wanting to take advantage of GH fans by charging them a lot and delivering very little. I love GH, and I love Aerosmith, but I say this from the bottom of my heart: don't buy it.
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