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Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Member Review for the Xbox360

UghRochester By:
GENRE Rhythm 
PUBLISHER Activision 
DEVELOPER Vicarious Visions, Budcat Creati 
T Contains Lyrics, Mild Suggestive Themes

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It's really hard to type or tell about a game when you have heard the same thing over and over.

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is exactly like Guitar Hero 3 and all the other Guitar Hero's they have made. Whenever i played this game i've noticed that the controls are the same. Duh! I was actually excited whenever i saw the skins and removeable faceplates they have for the new game. This specialized faceplate was good looking, but it has not changed the game at all


Basically Guitar Hero: Aerosmith same as Guitar HeroIII. The only difference is the story line. Yes you get the same multiplayer and same online action as you did in GH3. The story is just you being in the beginning of the famous Aerosmith. Starting where it all began and working your way up. Yes that does sound appealing to others.

I did noticed. in some songs they had for the GH3 like the downloadable content of "Dream On" The buttons and notes they had in this song were actually not the same notes. It was disappointing when you thought green and red were next but instead it was green and yellow.

So, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is just another Guitar Hero with a different story line and some new songs making me rather a bit disappointed. I give this B because Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is a great game, but it still has the basics of the other Guitar Hero games.

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