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DescriptionGuitar Hero: Aerosmith is considered an expansion of Guitar Hero III and it is the first title in the series primarily focused on a single band. The gameplay concept is similar to the game it is based on. About 60% of the included tracks are by Aerosmith, while the others have influenced or have opened for the band (Run-D.M.C., The Kings, Lenny Kravitz, ...). Four songs were re-recorded by the band directly for the game and they also performed as motion capture actors for their 3D models. The majority of the tracks consists of master recordings.
The prominent game segment is the career mode where players go through the band's history, from the earlier seventies to 2001. Times of internal issues are not touched upon. Players initially start as Joe Perry but can later also unlock the other band members Brad Whitford and Tom Hamilton. The career has been divided into six tiers with five tracks, each based on a period in the band's history. There are also encores when a tier has been completed, and two opening acts playing as another band. After each tier, bonus material is shown such as trivia or video sequences and interviews.
Songs are unlocked gradually and become available in the other modes, identical to Guitar Hero III (Quickplay, Cooperative, Competitive + Battle modes). Only the cooperative career mode is absent. The menus have been redesigned and there are new venues, based on historical performances. There are 41 songs in total, of which 31 can be unlocked in the career mode and an additional 10 in the vault.
The game is available in a bundle with a custom guitar or as a single game release. For the PS2 version there are two bundles, one with a single, wireless guitar and another with two, wired guitars.
Part of the Following Groups
- Genre: Simulation - Music
- Guitar Hero series
- Hero music games
- Japanese PlayStation 3 games with full English support
- Physics Engine: Havok
- Theme: Famous musicians
- Xbox 360 Platinum Hits releases
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|V2.fi||Xbox 360||Jul 18, 2008||90 out of 100||90|
|Game Captain||Xbox 360||Jul 01, 2008||80 out of 100||80|
|GameZone||Wii||Jul 02, 2008||7.9 out of 10||79|
|Gamer 2.0||Xbox 360||Jul 08, 2008||7.6 out of 10||76|
|HardGamers||Xbox 360||Jul 31, 2008||75 out of 100||75|
|Play.tm||PlayStation 3||Jul 02, 2008||75 out of 100||75|
|JeuxActu||Xbox 360||Jul 07, 2008||14 out of 20||70|
|Game Chronicles||PlayStation 2||Jun 30, 2008||7 out of 10||70|
|GameDaily||Xbox 360||Jun 30, 2008||7 out of 10||70|
|GamersMark||PlayStation 3||Jul 06, 2008||6 out of 10||60|
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AerosmithThis is the third game where Aerosmith appears as a band. Previous games where they are featured are Quest for Fame and Revolution X; both released in 1995.
Related Web Sites
- Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Official game website)
- Strum this Way (An Apple Games article about the Mac version of Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (October, 2008).)
- Wikipedia: Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Article in the open encyclopedia)
- X360A achievement guide (X360A's achievement guide for Guitar Hero: Aerosmith.)
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Aaron Habibipour, Aaron Williams, Adam Micciulla, Alan Flores, Andy Gentile, Andy Lee, Andrew Marchal, Andrew Warwick, Anthony Carotenuto, Anthony Pesch, Anthony Saunders, Benjamin Kutcher, Beth Cowling, Byeong Gyu Park, William Buckley, Brad Bulkley, Brandon Riggs, Brendan Wiuff, Brian Bright, Brian Marvin, Brian Oles, Cameron Davis, Chad Findley, Chad Sundman, Chris Barnes