Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Player Count and Stats (2024)

Guitar Hero Aerosmith player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Guitar Hero: Aerosmith facts and stats I was able to dig up including player counts. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith player count:

600,000 games sold

Last updated 7/11/14

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Game Description

“Guitar Hero: Aerosmith” is a music rhythm video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. It was released in 2008 as a spin-off title in the “Guitar Hero” series, focusing specifically on the legendary American rock band Aerosmith.

As with other games in the franchise, players use a guitar controller to simulate playing guitar parts in Aerosmith’s popular songs. The game features a career mode that takes players on a journey through the band’s history, starting from their humble beginnings to their rise to fame. In this mode, players get to play through various iconic venues and music festivals, replicating the band’s real-life experiences.

The tracklist in “Guitar Hero: Aerosmith” is primarily composed of Aerosmith’s greatest hits, including classics like “Dream On,” “Sweet Emotion,” “Walk This Way,” and more. Additionally, the game includes a few tracks from other bands that have been closely associated with Aerosmith or have toured with them.

In addition to the Aerosmith-focused career mode, the game also includes a quick play mode, where players can freely choose any song from the Aerosmith setlist and play it with various difficulty levels.

“Guitar Hero: Aerosmith” received mixed reviews from critics. While the game was praised for its authentic Aerosmith experience and solid gameplay mechanics, it was also criticized for its limited tracklist compared to other entries in the “Guitar Hero” series. Some felt that it catered mainly to Aerosmith fans and might not appeal as strongly to a broader audience.

Despite the mixed reviews, “Guitar Hero: Aerosmith” remains a unique installment in the series, offering Aerosmith fans a chance to rock out to their favorite band’s hits and get a glimpse of the band’s journey in the world of rock music. It also paved the way for future band-specific “Guitar Hero” games and contributed to the expansion of the franchise’s music library.

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