The first band-branded Guitar Hero game is out this week, with Aerosmith being the chosen group to head the lineup of songs. Guitar Hero: Aerosmith features 25 Aerosmith songs and 16 songs from other artists, including the Kinks and some of Joe Perry's (Aerosmith's lead guitarist) solo work. The game has all the same modes that you've come to expect from a GH game, including career, co-op, face-off, and pro-face-off mode. Guitar Hero: Aerosmith comes out this Wednesday on the Wii, PlayStation 2 and 3, and Xbox 360, and will be available as a stand-alone game or bundled with a guitar, ranging from A$149.95 (US$139.63) to A$169.95 (US$158.25).
Today sees Sony's first wave of PlayStation 3 Platinum games come out. The games included under the banner are Resistance: Fall of Man, Heavenly Sword, MotorStorm, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, and Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction, and they will each retail for A$49.95 (US$46.59).