March is slowly drawing to a close, which means summer will be here before you know it. While I always enjoy spring, there are plenty of games coming out this summer that I can’t wait to get my hands on. Naturally, one of which is Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. We’ve finally gotten some info on what tracks will be included in the game.
Have you grown tired of Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock yet? Perhaps the thought of playing GH: Aerosmith and On Tour just isn't enough to keep you satisfied. If that's the case, we might just have some information on Guitar Hero IV for you.
Are you itching for a new Guitar Hero game? Don't worry, you've got two new ones coming soon enough. We've heard a lot about Guitar Hero: On Tour lately, but not much has been heard about Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. Thankfully we've got a few new tidbits for you today.
When the game was announced, we were told that despite the title, Aerosmith wouldn't be the only band with playable tracks. Today we know of at least four songs that will be included on the disc. Hit the jump for the full list.
Almost all Guitar Hero or Rock Band fans typically likes to customize and make their plastic guitars their own. Be it with a guitar strap or an entire sheet of stickers and occasionally one of the custom made guitars that most of us just have drool over in pictures posted on the net. If you like the guitar strap route, nothing says hardcore rocker like chain mail.
Although this strap might not fit as well when you're doing a bit of the classic rock, it'd fit in perfect with a bit of metal. The down side is for those that like to play with groups of friends and typically pass their guitar around, the strap isn't adjustable. You have to tell the maker the measurements you prefer and he'll make it to your specification.
It is made from 16 gauge Aluminum rings, which apparently doesn't tarnish. If you would like you can get a slightly more personalized strap and have a specific color of rings put on. The strap is currently being sold for $33
If you're a Wii owner and picked up a copy of Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, you probably noticed that the sound output options weren't exactly up to snuff. If that's the case, you likely sent off your disc and were forced to be without your game for much longer than you'd like. Don't worry though, Activision has your back, as you'll be getting something extra special with your disc.
Just last week we brought you the details on Guitar Hero: On Tour, the latest addition to the Guitar Hero franchise. As the name implies, you'll be able to take this game anywhere, as it is for the Nintendo DS. The main information we were missing was the price and street date. Hit the jump for the official word on both.
We've known for some time that the Guitar Hero franchise was going to be making its way to the Nintendo DS, unfortunately we haven't really known much more than that. Activision has recently revealed new details about the game, including a look at the Guitar Grip peripheral that will be included.
Guitar Hero has easily become the hottest music simulation franchise here in the US, and as such Activision has started branching out a bit. They are moving towards releasing band-specific titles, the first of which is Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, however, who might be next? If rumors could be believed, it just might be the Beatles.
Remember that lawsuit that Gibson filed against Activision over patent violations? Well here's an interesting fact about the patent in question. Gibson filed it the same year that Guitar Freaks made its debut in Japan.
Activision really isn't having a good week. They've now got a lawsuit in their laps from Gibson (which sounds like a load of crap) and now Harmonix is starting trouble with them. Apparently Activision still owes the former developer royalties to the tune of around $14.5 million for their work in the Guitar Hero series.