PalGN: Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Review

It's not uncommon for a franchise to be completely milked within an inch of its life. When you're onto a good thing in gaming, stick with it, and it's pretty likely that it will continue to make you more and more money, even if you've only barely switched up the formula at all from the last iteration.

Guitar Hero took the world by storm when it was released a few years ago; while the idea of paying for an expensive guitar-shaped peripheral with your disc was a little bit daunting at first, the sheer addictiveness of the series combined with good music and a great party atmosphere made it incredibly hard to put the game down, and to this day it is still as popular as ever, and constantly sells through the roof on multiple platforms (including the surprisingly playable Nintendo DS version). So, let's get these cliche sayings out of the way: it's a bit like beating a dead horse, but if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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