Activision and Neversoft have developed a new game in the Guitar Hero series, titled Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. The game mostly features songs from that rock band, but some of the 40 songs are also from other artists. As I don't have the guitar close here, I actually played through these songs using the normal controller.
Doing a 10 minute video of a music game isn't exactly the most informative thing to do, but at least it shows some of the extra video content Activision has licensed. Other than that there really isn't much to say, the game is like the normal Guitar Hero game but this time based around Aerosmith. They have some cool songs to play, and of course it's a great party game.
The second song is really really long and if I had included it the video would have been much over 10 minutes, so sorry for the cut-off there.
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