Guitar Hero Aerosmith might not only contain Aerosmith. . Well, it might be good to know that a Best Buy advertisement revealed that the game will also contain songs from Aerosmith's favorite bands.
At any gamestop, the big GH:Aerosmith signs say, "Includes some songs from their favorite bands." Hopefully they like Led Zeppelin, maybe some Beatles. Should all be classic rock though.
really no need to make another game.... just offer downloads for gh3!!!! we have this coming out and GH4 i mean come on!!!
Why even bother with Aerosmith really? They should've done something like, IDK............. Metallica!?
is so much better if you have friends its awesome to have a group switch off and play sets with each other and to have the guitars,drums,and vocals. tired of playing guitar? play drums,sing keep the band going
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is just the beginning. Soon there will be Guitar Hero: Spice Girls & Guitar Hero Backstreet Boys & Guitar Hero: Britney Spears & Guitar Hero: Hannah Montana
Oh God...don't give them ideas. :)
Guitar Hero has jumped the shark. I played GHII. But skipped GHIII and went with Rock Band. GH Aerosmith? Sounds like epic fail to me.
Not only does the ad say it, but it's also on the back of the pre-sell boxes. So, if they're going to make a habit of this, why not do other bands and their favorite tracks, as well? Rush? Metallica? Clapton? Hendrix? Just to name a few. How about a G3 set, either as download or on a disc: Imagine Satriani, Vai, and Johnson tracks, all together...(Cliffs of Dover, Back to Shalla-Bal, and Answers would be three great picks).
Just add to GH3. Maybe you know, $40 to add all the songs? Newsflash, I don't want to switch disks everytime I want to play a different song. IF my drumsticks weren't broken..........RockBand FTW.
@3 The Metallica song is the worsed song in GH3. They should have made a Blink 182 edition or Green Day or... anything besides Metallica. I would play a Country edition before a Metallica edition.
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