I was a little disappointed in this game because it had only aerosmiths old ...
Yolanda lovato, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I was a little disappointed in this game because it had only aerosmiths old songs nothing new. I was also disappointed because it did not have the option for singing just guitar. I realize this is called guitar hero but I own other guitar heros that do allow you to sing. It was a good price for what I paid however.
Summary: The button-play in this version is horrible and causes cramps, especially on Expert mode. Keep in mind this is coming from a person who's played since guitar hero II...there's a level of gameplay that this lacks. But for the price and song selection available, it's not that bad. I recommend to any Aerosmith fan.
Summary: I am in the 40's + age, and I have Guitar Hero III. Growing up and loving Aerosmith songs I thought this would be much better than Guitar Hero III. I also was wanting another Guitar and this is the way to go, as it ends up a little bit cheaper. There is added handclapping, which is annoying, and does not keep time and as for the guitar solo parts, it doesn't feel like you are the one playing the solo. Guitar Hero III is much better.
Summary: So I am curious what has happened with the sound here? On some songs I cannot even hear the singing and cannot hear the guitar, I have to change the volume settings, but it still doesn't even really help at all. I am so dissapointed in this purchase, I absolutely love Aerosmith, but am so not happy with this purchase. I have finished GH3 on easy and it took me a bit and I totally zipped through the easy level on Aerosmith GH on the first try, it was crazy!!
Summary: The good: 1. The gameplay is good, it's a lot of fun as a party game - with 2 guitars. 2. Anybody 5 and up can play. 3. You don't need extra batteries for the wireless guitar. (uses the wii controller inside the guitar) The bad: 1. Awful song selection. This is supposed to be Aeorosmith's guitar hero, but their most renowned records are left off.
Summary: The song selection here is pretty sad. Aerosmith has such a great body of work, and they just did not take advantage of it, so we end up with very few songs. The store, called The Vault here is worthless beyond adding new songs. Any Aerosmith songs you play you can not customize your character at all - you play with the Aerosmith setup, so your customization does not count on the majority of songs. They pretty much took away all choice as to what you will play.
Summary: First off, I'm a HUGE guitar hero fan. I've played GH3 many times over, and I've never gotten tired of re-playing most of the songs on that game. With the release of GH-Aerosmith, I was extremely excited to have ~40 new songs to play (although I'm only a moderate Aerosmith fan). After playing through the game, I am extremely disappointed GH-Aerosmith and cannot recommend it to non-Aerosmith fanatics.
Summary: A few weeks ago I borrowed Guitar Hero III from a friend, and thought it was the greatest thing since amplifier distortion. I figured I'd get the new Aerosmith edition so that between the two of us, we'd have both games. Well, at least I saved him a few bucks. First off, I will say that the guitar controller is cool, and there's nothing wrong with the game mechanics. The bottom line is that the game just isn't as good as the previous game. Why isn't as good? 1.
Summary: So I'm not the biggest Aerosmith fan in the world, and I'll go ahead and admit that. But I do like Guitar Hero, and I own an Aerosmith album or two, so I thought "nice, new songs!" and picked this one up. Powering through it in an evening, I came to some key realizations that I thought I might pass on in hopes of saving my fellow mock-rockers some coin. 1) The song selection is horrible. When I thought "GH: Aerosmith", I was imagining "Crazy", "Cryin", "Janie...
Excerpt: I loved GH on the Wii, so much so that to satisfy the hero in me I bought this game.. and promptly wished I hadn't. Lets get this straight - the songs are fine, even the non-Aero ones (of which there are a few..). The major problem is that your GUITAR (and lets face it, thats what you want to hear) is so far down in the mix that you can barely hear it!