- As fans progress through their careers in the game, they can rock out to scores of Aerosmith’s greatest hits, as well as songs from celebrated artists that the band has either performed with or has been inspired by in some way.
- Gamers will experience Aerosmith’s Grammy winning career, from their first gig to becoming rock royalty, in a way that no other entertainment vehicle offers.
- Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, the first game built around the legendary music of America’s Greatest Rock ‘N Roll Band: Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford, Tom Hamilton and Joey Kramer.
- This latest installment from the franchise with the #1 best-selling video game in 2007, puts players in the shoes of Perry (guitar), Whitford (guitar) and Hamilton (bass), as they rock out alongside frontman Tyler and drummer Kramer.
- Venues from historical moments during the band’s illustrious career offer the experience of “sweet emotion” and further capture the essence of the band’s rise to fame.
Guitar Hero Aerosmith Wireless Bundle Description
Venues from historical moments during the band’s illustrious career offer the experience of “sweet emotion” and further capture the essence of the band’s rise to fame.. Dream On…
… Or rise to rock royalty with Guitar Hero: Aerosmith and become “The Bad Boys of Boston”. Light up the stage and jam with some of the best Rock & Roll tracks of all time, including Aerosmith’s greatest hits and opening songs from some of the world’s best bands. Become Aerosmith with characters of the entire band showing off legendary moves in the most electrifying venues.
SynopsisJust like rock ‘n’ roll, Aerosmith lives on. But the band didn’t always enjoy the fame and fortune it does today. See what it was like for these once-unknown musicians to skyrocket to stardom in Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. This adventure for the amazing Guitar Hero series puts you in the shoes of Aerosmith members Joe Perry, Brad Whitford and Tom Hamilton as you rock out alongside lead singer Steven Tyler and drummer Joey Kramer. Experience all the steps of their rise to fame, from their first gig to thei r days as rock royalty.Guitar Hero: Aerosmith challenges you to progress to the top by performing in the same venues as the band did throughout its illustrious career. Along the way, you can jam to many of Aerosmith’s greatest hits, as well as songs by other popular artists that the band has performed with or been inspired by in some way. No matter which tune you try, you’ll have hours of fun emulating these famous rock legends.
Reviews By Chris : Date March 2, 2009
Buyer beware on guitar hero products. Even though the product is supposed to have a 60 day warranty the company is not providing any warranty support. I purchased this product and the guitar doesn’t work (no surprise as I see this on a lot of reviews). When I attempted to contact support at Activision they say they only support Guitar Hero World Tour warranty and direct you to RedOctane for support (310-255-2050). RedOctane only has a recorded message telling you that they won’t provide warranty on guitars that do not work and you need to contact Activision at 800-229-6306 or 800-205-4713. Activision doesn’t provide support for the guitar and tells you to contact RedOctane. I managed to get a LiveChat going with RedOctane at their website but as soon as I told them my guitar didn’t work they disconnected the chat and didn’t answer my question. I would not purchase any old Guitar Hero products as there is no warranty support and the guitars are known to have lots of problems. The game itself is no where near as good as Rock Band and that equipment is better quality.
Reviews By Chris B. : Date June 30, 2008
Having religiously played all previous GH games, this game was an absolute must have being a big Aerosmith fan. I already completed the game on expert, so here is a brief review:
- Difficulty to actually beat a song is quite a bit easier than GH3. However, it seems that achieving 5 stars is much more difficult this time around. You need to play a song near perfect in order to snag 5 stars.
- Song list is great, but they left out some of my favorites (Cryin’, Jaded, Dude Looks Like a Lady, Janie’s Got a Gun). I really hope these are offered as downloads in the near future. Other songs I love (Don’t Want to Miss a Thing) didn’t make it, but this makes sense since I don’t think they would translate good into this type of game.
Reviews By Mitchell M. Tse : Date June 30, 2008
1. I love both Guitar Hero and Rock Band (so I’m not going to try to trash either game series).
2. I’m not great playing any of the guitar games, and can barely survive the last songs on Medium difficulty.
Since this review is for the bundle, I’ll first concentrate on the bundle, then focus on the game later, which I’m sure you’ll see lots of reviews for at Guitar Hero Aerosmith. In fact, I’ll probably write a review myself there, concentrating on the game.
As a great fan of the Guitar Hero and Rock Band series, getting GH-Aerosmith was a given. The question for me was the following:
Get the game, or get the bundle? Get it for the PS2, PS3, or Wii? (I only have an Xbox, not a 360, so at least that that option wasn’t considered by me). With 6 possible choices, I had to go look at all the different versions. Here’s my synopsis:
PS3 (and Xbox 360) bundle comes with the nifty Aerosmith faceplate and stickers and booklet.
PS2 only comes with the stickers and booklet.
Wii bundle comes with the nifty Aerosmith faceplate and stickers and booklet, and the Wii remote acts as an extra speaker for special Wii-only effects (not sure if it also vibrates on cue).
Hmm, so based on the bundle, for me, the Wii has an advantage in terms of abilities. However, I don’t think I like taking my Wiimote out of its sleeve and sticking it in the controller. Therefore, it’s about a tie between the PS3 and Wii versions, and the PS2 version is inferior, since you don’t get the better guitar and it doesn’t have the extra faceplate.
Now, the game itself.