12 years ago
I 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.
yes: I recommend this product