Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Of the few thousand songs in my iTunes library not one is by Aerosmith. I listened to Pump when it came out in 1989, but apart from that, my knowledge of the band is limited to what I've heard while browsing music TV or radio. Despite this, I enjoyed the band's Guitar Hero one-off.
Summary: Parents need to know that besides some lyrics that may raise an eyebrow (after all, this is classic rock n' roll), there isn't much to be concerned about with this game. Suggestive lyrics touch on sex, drugs, alcohol, and insubordination. A few swear words can be heard, but it's not gratuitious.
Excerpt: I was somewhat late to the Guitar Hero craze. My introduction to the franchise did not start until Guitar Hero III. I played both the Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii versions and I actually had the chance to review the latter.
Excerpt: Disapointing After playing Guitar Hero 3 (GH3) to death I could not wait to get my hands on a new Guitar Hero game, unfortunately this wasn’t what I expected. I would not say that I was a big fan of Aerosmith, but I have enjoyed some of their catchy guitar driven songs.
Pros: Some good songs, Sounds better than GH3
Cons: You really need to be an Aerosmith fan, Very easy, Not many songs in total
Excerpt: It's fair to say that alarm bells started ringing at ONM when we heard about Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. Dedicating an entire game to a single band, in doing so making the whole experience much more limited, just reeked of a fan-fleecing cash-in exercise.
Excerpt: And so it begins, the endless torrent of yearly expansions for another lucrative franchise, designed to milk the fanbase for all it’s worth. The subtle difference here, however, is that this is Guitar Hero, which at least makes this latest effort worth investigating.
Summary: Guitar Hero Aerosmith es un título entretenido y que cumple su labor de expandir el universo de la serie introduciéndonos en la historia del grupo americano. Sin embargo, más allá de ello, no ofrece grandes cosas al jugador.