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Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Game & Guitar Controller Bundle) Videos and Trailers - PC

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Game & Guitar Controller Bundle)
Game Description:Guitar Hero: Aerosmith puts players in the shoes of Perry (guitar), Whitford (guitar) and Hamilton (bass)as they rock out alongside frontman Tyler and drummer Kramer. Gamers experience Aerosmith's legendary career, from their first gig to becoming rock royalty. As players progress through the game, they can rock out to scores of Aerosmith's greatest hits, as well as songs from celebrated artists that the band has either performed with or has been inspired by in some way. Venues from historical moments during the band's illustrious career offer the experience of "sweet emotion" and further capture the essence of the band's rise to fame. This version of Guitar Hero: Aerosmith packs in a Guitar Hero controller for gamers to rock out right out of the box. Also included in the bundle is Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, just in case you ain't got enough rock in your life.
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