Summary: I like this game, I still have it in my collection because it's Aerosmith and it's still fun, but I really feel they could have done a little bit better with this. It wasn't quite as fun as like Guitar Hero 3 was, and at the same time I also didn't feel that it did Aerosmith justice. It had a lot of their great songs and all that, but I though they could have done better with the features and animations and such.
George A. Anderson "People say I'm crazy but ..., Amazon
12 February 2011
Summary: I mean it's Guitar Hero, so it's fun, but I was kind of disappointed in the choice of Aerosmith songs, or lack thereof. There are SO MANY great songs that are NOT in this game, but still all in all, the guitar is awesome and the game is fun!
Summary: Really haven't liked the song selection so far, haven't gotten all the way through the game like I did with World Tour. It's not bad per se, but just not my cup of tea. And I thought I'd like it because I enjoy Aerosmith as a band.
An older Guitar Hero game and that is just what it is
J. Szabo "red2002yzfr1", Amazon
1 February 2010
Summary: An older Guitar Hero game and that is just what it is. The game is ok, I played it once since I got it and haven't play it since. After playing the newer versions of GH, this one here does have a "dated" game play. If you like Aerosmith, you will like playing the game for the music.
Summary: Buyer beware on guitar hero products. Even though the product is supposed to have a 60 day warranty the company is not providing any warranty support. I purchased this product and the guitar doesn't work (no surprise as I see this on a lot of reviews). When I attempted to contact support at Activision they say they only support Guitar Hero World Tour warranty and direct you to RedOctane for support (310-255-2050).
Summary: The product description credits the Black Crowes as the original performers of "Hard to Handle". Ack! That honor belongs to the late, great Otis Redding!!! Nothing against the Crowes, you understand. As for the game, I agree that's it's a pretty good expansion pack, exorbitantly overpriced.
Aerosmith flavored Guitar Hero that doesn't offer too much
N. Durham "Big Evil", Amazon
7 August 2008
Summary: Since Activision and Neversoft took control of the Guitar Hero franchise, we've been getting a steady stream of sequels and spin-off's, with Guitar Hero: Aerosmith being the latest game in the series. Featuring a pretty good collection of songs spanning Aerosmith's long career, you'll find that besides adding the Aerosmith-themed presentation, the game itself is basically identical to Guitar Hero III.