Guitar Hero Aerosmith Reviewed
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
DigMo! has posted a new review of Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. The stand alone musical rhythm game lets players play as virtual versions of the popular band and features over 40 songs including 25 Aerosmith master tracks. DigMo! gave the game a score of 4 out of 5 stars.
From the review:
With career mode you track the band from their first T-Shirt stealing high school gig through to the big stadiums. The initial songs feature (obviously) early Aerosmith tracks as well covers of the likes of legends Cheap Trick.Head over to the page below to read the full review.
DigMo!: Guitar Hero Aerosmith Review
What I like about this mode is you really progress in the same way as the band developed. In other words as you get better at the game the stadiums get bigger and the more of the big hits are unlocked.
I hadn’t really considered the level of concentration needed for Guitar Hero but I don’t think I blinked very much during any of the songs.
As well as the buttons the guitar features a ‘Star’ mode. Instead of a circle on the fret the indicator is a star, shake or tilt the guitar quickly to activate ‘Star Mode’. Star mode in an adrenaline boost, the crowd goes wild, the guitar gets louder and I tell you your heart beats even faster.
It is a hard game to walk away from, the just “one more song” feeling is definitely strong especially with the hope of unlocking the bigger titles.
Guitar Hero is an ideal game for a group of friends to play together and attempt to outdo each other. Failing a guitar hero performance will not only earn you the abuse from your friends but the audience on the Mac are pretty quick to tell you what they think.
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith
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