Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is incredibly thin, but still fun to play.
The_Deepblue wrote this review on .
So while Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is lacking in value and graphics, it's still a lot of fun to play. If you're a big Guitar Hero fan and not much of an Aerosmith fan, you can still like this game. Personally, plenty of the songs from the third Guitar Hero and Rock Band were garbage to my ears, but still fun to play. It really all comes to down to how much you like Guitar Hero and how much you like Aerosmith. If you're a big Aerosmith fan, you'll most likely love this game. If you despise Aerosmith, you'll probably dislike it. As stated before, Aerosmith is not the only featured artist. About 10 other songs from different artists also make the list. The Kinks, The Clash, Lenny Kravitz, and Cheap Trick are a few to make the cut. But even the songs from the other artists sound similar to that of Aerosmith's work. I personally don't like Aerosmith too much. I don't think they're absolute crud, but you won't find a single Aerosmith song on my ipod. That said, I have enjoyed Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. This is probably the easiest of the Guitar Hero games I have played. Skilled Guitar Hero players will want to start off on expert. Everyone else will find the right difficulty for them. Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is a good game, but it simply isn't worth the full price of admission. I do recommend you wait for a price drop or rent it if you already have a guitar that is compatible with the game on your Wii.