The complete 41 numbers set list in Guitar Hero: Aerosmith has been revealed. The game will follow Aerosmith throughout their career from small clubs up to their comeback success. The game also includes other bands Aerosmith toured with or are fans of.
The start of the game: 'Tier 1 - All the Young Dudes (Mott the Hoople), Draw the Line (Aerosmith), Dream Police (Cheap Trick), Make It (Aerosmith), Uncle Salty (Aerosmith). Tier 2 - All Day and All of the Night (The Kinks), I Hate Myself for Loving You (Joan Jett), Movin' Out (Aerosmith), No Surprize (Aerosmith), Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith).'
Neversoft's Brian Bright has told GamerZines that Activision has no plans to launch any band-specific Guitar Hero games this year, telling us that "this year they (Activision) really wanted to just focus on two games," presumably the recently announced Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock and DJ Hero 2.
Craig Hasselback writes: "Activision just continues finding new ways to go from the popular publisher that stayed the course and rose to number one, to being the big jerk that is too big for their own britches as my grandpa would say. Since becoming the number publisher, Activision has done everything possible to piss off gamers."