Guitar Hero: Aerosmith brings these quintessential rock legends to the interactive realm to create the ultimate gaming experience. 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. 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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
GHA Song List
Mott the Hoople – All the Young Dudes
Cheap Trick – Dream Police
Aerosmith – Make It
Aerosmith – Uncle Salty
Aerosmith – Draw the Line
Joan Jett – I hate myself for loving you
The Kinks – All day and all of the night
Aerosmith – Movin' Out
Aerosmith – No Surprize
Aerosmith – Sweet Emotion
The Clash – Complete Control
New York Dolls – Personality Crisis
Aerosmith – Livin' on the Edge
Aersomith – Ragdoll
Aerosmith – Love in an Elevator
Lenny Kravitz – Always on the Run
Black Crowes – Hard to Handle
Aerosmith – Back in the Saddle
Aerosmith – Beyond Beautiful
Aerosmith – Dream On
Over 40 Tracks in All!
Guitar Hero Aerosmith - Game Only is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Awesome!I love this game. I also like the feature they kept from GH3...being able to play guitar with the regular PS3 controller...since GameStop doesn't sell guitar controllers anymore. If you were a fan of GH3 and like Aerosmith...definitely pick up a copy of this game!
Date published: 2014-11-07
Rated 5 out of
Great!!!!!!!A Must Buy!!!!!!!! This is the best guitar hero ps3 gameplay!!!!!
Date published: 2011-01-21
Rated 4 out of
A very good gameI have never been much of an Aerosmith fan, and when I heard that Guitar Hero was coming out with an Aerosmith game I was very skeptical. The only real song that I knew from Aerosmith was "Dream On". For my birthday, I went to Best Buy and they had GH:A set up, career mode and everything. I grabbed a guitar and started playing, and at that moment I realized something: I LIKE THIS GAME. For someone who is decent on Hard mode, the game gave me quite the challenge, and I really liked the overall presentation of the game. Of course there should have been more songs, even if they weren't by Aerosmith, but that really doesn't change how fun the game can actually be. The biggest drawback of the game, for me, was the guitar that came with the bundle. Every so often I will be playing a song and I hold down a button and it doesn't register, or I'll be using the whammy bar and suddenly the entire chord goes out. As frustrating as that is, it still doesn't bother me that much. Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is a very fun game and while it may not be as challenging as GHIII, I am very happy with it. In fact, I welcomed the lowered difficulty, as hard on GHIII can feel like expert on GHII and I, for one, am unable to play on expert. So I will close this out by saying that if you want to try out some new songs and learn some interesting tidbits about one of America's greatest bands, get Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. If you don't, then that is fine. It's your loss.
Date published: 2008-07-07
Rated 2 out of
Not nearly as good as gh3Guitar Hero aerosmith was a big disappointment because of how short it was. There were about 20 less songs than on guitar hero 3. Also, there wasn't much variety. About 10 or 15 songs weren't Aerosmith songs. This game would be fun for someone that likes aerosmith a lot more than other bands. I wish they would've added more songs even if they weren't aerosmith. Guitar hero 3 seemed to me to be a lot more difficult. A lot of the guitar hero aerosmith songs were not difficult. Most of the things didn't change from guitar hero 3 to guitar hero aerosmith like the star power meter and the home menu was exactly the same except for colors. On this game there were exactly the same characters except for aerosmith members. At least in Guitar hero 3 there was a variety of characters.
Date published: 2008-07-05
Rated 4 out of
Mr. A from
Good, However not very challengingGuitar Hero aerosmith is a great game, However I will agree that it does have a GH3 feel. The game is a lot shorter than GH3 but makes up for that with the kool interviews before you get to play at each new place. I noticed that Hammer ons and pull offs seem to be a bit harder to hit in this game than in GH3. The song selection is excellent (if your an aerosmith fan obviously). I thought it was definatly worth the buy. The interface is the exact same while playing as GH3. The unlockable characters are kool. I beat it on expert hours after getting it and thought the unlockable guitar was really kool looking. I heard there is no downloadable content comming out for it tho so it will get old fairly quickly :-(. Worth the buy if you have GH3 but i wouldnt buy this as my first guitar hero game.
Date published: 2008-07-01
Rated 4 out of
Fun, but feels like GH3 repackagedWhile I'm a huge Aerosmith fan & am enjoying the game so far, I have a feeling that the novelty is going to wear off very quickly. The game plays exactly like GH3, hell they didn't even change the tutorial - it's identical. Even if they'd simply taken the same how-to and had Steven giving the instructions instead of "The God of Rock" I would've been satisfied with that, but Activision made that area very lame. Also, in order for this game to stay fresh we're going to need to see some bigtime DLC - how much they'll make available remains to be seen, but my feeling is that if they don't add additional content this game will go stale before it's predecessor GH3 does. One thing that is very cool about this game is the backstory videos that you get during the career mode - actual video footage of interviews with the band about their experiences through the years & some cool old photos packaged in. Interesting stuff for any Aerosmith fan.