Guitar Hero: Aerosmith User Review
- Time Spent:
- 10 Hours or Less
- The Bottom Line:
- "Almost, but not quite"
Well Guitar Hero: Aerosmith certainly doesnt introduce anything new to the guitar hero series, but it does offer a preety nice distraction to hold you off until Guitar Hero: World Tour releases. It contains a little more than half the number in songs as GH3 and has only 10 bonus songs! Not to mention the huge lack of challenge for Guitar Hero veterans.
GH: Aerosmith sort of gives you the feeling that they kinda just threw it together at the last minute. All the menus and HUDs look identical to GH3, with the exception of a few new color schemes and the addition of new loading screens. The tranining is also exactly the same as its predecessor, I didnt find one difference in it. Although the loading screens and menus look identical, they at least put in a few new bonus characters, even though all the standard characters are exactly the same.
If this game does get one thing right, it certainly has a good setlist because Aerosmith is an excellent band. It has all the classics you would hope for, but the career comes up a bit short at only 31 songs. =( You could probably finish this game in about a day or two because of its length. Thats why i strongly recommend that you rent it.
Well, i guess theres really not much more to say about this game other than its not going to be anything new to you if you played GH3, it plays exactly the same. But if you are having a craving for more songs, and you like Aerosmith, then you should definitely give this game a rent. And another bonus for 360 owners is that this game has really easy achievements. Just beat it on expert and you should have over half of them.
Thank for reading, and please rate!
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