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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.
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Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Game & Guitar Controller Bundle) News

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  • Guitar Hero Lacked "Nurturing And Care" According To Activision

    Activision CFO Thomas Tippl noted the reason the Guitar Hero franchise went from a billion dollar game series to a discontinued one was because of a lack of "nurturing and care." "Guitar Hero probably didn't receive the amount of nurturing and care that it needed to maintain that position," he said. "And I think there...

    Posted September 9, 2011

    Guitar Hero Lacked "Nurturing And Care" According To Activision
  • Guitar Hero: Did Activision "Abuse" The Franchise?

    There are many opinions on the internet about the death of the Guitar Hero franchise, but one important person calls it a blatant case of abuse! Kelly Summer, former CEO of developer RedOctane, says,"They abused it. There’s no reason why Guitar Hero cannot continue. It’s a great product. My gut tells me there is still a...

    Posted February 18, 2011

    Guitar Hero: Did Activision "Abuse" The Franchise?
  • Activision Drops Next Guitar Hero Game

    (Updated 4:20 PM) Activision/Blizzard announced it is dropping the in-development Guitar Hero game planned for 2011. The company is also disbanding its Guitar Hero division, best described by the company itself in the following statement: “Due to continued declines in the music genre, the company will disband Activision Publishing’s...

    Posted February 9, 2011

    Activision Drops Next Guitar Hero Game
  • Music DLC Roundup - Week Of October 18

    Linkin Park Track Pack “Blackout” “Burning In The Skies” “The Catalyst” “The Messenger” “Waiting For The End” “Wretches And Kings” Price: $11.99/960 Microsoft Points for pack, or $1.99/160 MSP/200 Wii Points per track Click through to see new tracks for Rock Band, Lips,...

    Posted October 22, 2010

    Music DLC Roundup - Week Of October 18
  • Amazon Names And Dates Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

    Up to this point, it’s been assumed that Activision’s next Guitar Hero game would simply be titled Guitar Hero 6. Well, get ready to send back all of those customized coasters, pens and refrigerator magnets, because there’s a good chance the game will actually be called Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock. Read More?

    Posted May 25, 2010

    Amazon Names And Dates Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock
  • Guitar Hero 6, "Next DJ Hero" Both Planned For Fall 2010

    Activision is being much more conservative with its music game releases in 2010. On its first quarter 2010 conference call this afternoon, the company confirmed Guitar Hero 6 and "the next DJ Hero" (Activision didn't call it DJ Hero 2) are on track for a release sometime this fall. Read More?

    Posted May 6, 2010

    Guitar Hero 6, "Next DJ Hero" Both Planned For Fall 2010
  • Activision Releasing Far Fewer Guitar Hero Games In 2010

    The music genre isn't the star child it used to be. It continues to be a solid performer for both Guitar Hero and Rock Band, but interest has waned. A common critique has been Activision's deluge of Guitar Hero releases, potentially diluting consumer interest. Whether Activision will ever admit that or not, the company is radically scaling back...

    Posted February 10, 2010

    Activision Releasing Far Fewer Guitar Hero Games In 2010
  • Pictures Of Old People Playing Guitar Hero As Funny As It Sounds

    Hey, I don't have anything against old people. Decades from now, when every game is motion controlled, youngsters will be laughing at me, too. But for the time being, it's the other way around. The Faster Times recently ran a series of photos collected from Flickr chronicling a series of older men and women trying their hand at ye ol' Guitar...

    Posted November 5, 2009

    Pictures Of Old People Playing Guitar Hero As Funny As It Sounds
  • Activision Looking At Project Natal, Sony Motion For Guitar Hero

    Where do music games go from here? DJ Hero and Scratch: The Ultimate DJ are exploring otherwise ignored areas of music, but Guitar Hero and Rock Band may begin stretching themselves thin. In an interview with CVG, Guitar Hero 5 project lead Brian Right said he's looking at Project Natal and Sony's motion technology for ideas, though he hasn't...

    Posted August 20, 2009

    Activision Looking At Project Natal, Sony Motion For Guitar Hero
  • Microsoft Passed On Harmonix's Frequency, Indirectly Inspired Guitar Hero

    Yesterday, I spoke with former Microsoft vice president Ed Fries shortly before his session at The Ayzenberg Group's [A] List Summit. I already posted his assessment on how the "big three" console companies are faring, but I wanted to share this excellent story about how Fries was indirectly responsible for Guitar Hero. Apparently...

    Posted August 14, 2009

    Microsoft Passed On Harmonix's Frequency, Indirectly Inspired Guitar Hero
  • Jimmy Page And Jack White Don't Like Guitar Hero

    It's interesting to find out how rockers feel about music games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Yeah, they're just games, and we just have fun with them, but it must be surreal to have your art, job and craft appear in a video game. If you've poured your life-blood and passion into a musical composition, it must be really, really weird to have...

    Posted June 23, 2009

    Jimmy Page And Jack White Don't Like Guitar Hero
  • Play 'Guitar Hero: Aerosmith' And Open For Actual Aerosmith

    Every "real" musician who ever told you that playing Guitar Hero for hours is a waste of time has been proven definitively wrong, forever: Legendary rock band Aerosmith is offering the best (well, the most charismatic, anyway) Guitar Hero players in the country the chance to open for the band during its summer tour. It's all part of a...

    Posted May 13, 2009| 7 Comments

    Play 'Guitar Hero: Aerosmith' And Open For Actual Aerosmith
  • Prince Has A Problem With 'Guitar Hero'

    During a recent PBS interview with Tavis Smiley, purple-clad rock and roll enigma Prince said he turned down the opportunity to have his music appear in Guitar Hero. Say it ain't so, Prince. When asked about the game, Prince said: "Well, I ain't mad at them. I hear it made, like, $2 billion and they came to us and offered us a very small...

    Posted May 1, 2009| 29 Comments

    Prince Has A Problem With 'Guitar Hero'
  • Rumor That's Too Fast For Love: 'Guitar Hero: Motley Crue'?

    MTV has reported that Motley Crue might be working on a Crue-branded version of Guitar Hero. I heard some very loose rumors along the same lines last month, but couldn't find anything to back it up. The article noted: "Aside from gearing up for the tour, the band is also working on side projects, a new album and a possible Mötley...

    Posted March 20, 2009| 22 Comments

    Rumor That's Too Fast For Love: 'Guitar Hero: Motley Crue'?
  • 'PaRappa' Creator Masaya Matsuura Concerned About Environmental Impact Of Music Games

    Masaya Matsuura, the creator of PaRappa the Rapper, wants music games to use traditional controllers. While he acknowledges that guitar and drum controllers -- like those found in the Guitar Hero and Rock Band games -- are unique, he believes that great software is enough to immerse players. One of the reasons he's concerned about the...

    Posted March 6, 2009| 18 Comments

    'PaRappa' Creator Masaya Matsuura Concerned About Environmental Impact Of Music Games
  • DICE 2010: "Design Outside the Box" Presentation

    Posted: February 18, 2010

    769,876 Views | 28:19

  • X-Play's Top Ten of '08: #4 Music Movers

    Posted: December 16, 2008

    2,338 Views | 02:54

  • X-Play Best of 2008: Best Music Game

    Posted: December 9, 2008

    3,509 Views | 01:49 | 5 Comments

  • Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Cheats

    Posted: July 9, 2008

    7,945 Views | 02:37 | 11 Comments

  • Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Review

    Posted: July 7, 2008

    15,821 Views | 02:37 | 22 Comments

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