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- Perform songs from musical legends such as Lenny Kravitz, Run DMC and Stone Temple Pilots
- Follow Aerosmith's career from the band's very first gig to halftime at the Big Game
- Rock out offline or shred with friends via the Internet
- Shred 25 of Aerosmith's master tracks
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1) Specs: XFX GTX 280 stock speeds. Core 2 duo E8400 @ 3ghz. 4GB RAM DDR2. VISTA SP1. NVIDIA FORCEWARE DRIVERS 180.48
2) Previoulsly bought GH3 for pc and it runs flawlessly at max settings on my rig. Not a hitch to be noticed. With that background I bought on amazon GH Aerosmith for pc, since I have always been a devoted pc gamer.
3)Im a huge GH fan and twice as much devoted to the music of aerosmith since i was 12 or so.
The thing is that, at 1680x1050 with max setting EVERY SONG has lag when a lot of notes are being played, or when star power is activated. This thing ruins the experience completely and there is no way to avoid this. Shame on aspyr. Do I need a NEhalem core I7 to run the game maxed out?? thats insane. The only way I can experiecne the game without any lag is when i turn the front row camera on, but the game looks like a cheap karaoke and you miss all the visual candy the game offers. My pc can handle very smoothly titles such as far cry 2 and Crysis warhead. Why in the world do they release something thats terribly optimized I mean, visually this thing is not crysis.Tried older drivers, same awful performance. Terrible port.
If you had any issues running GH3 before, skip this game. My system meets the minimum requirements & even with evertying disabled in the game, it lags. Then at least once per song, the video freezes & the audio track starts skipping like a badly scratched CD. This happened with GH3 as well. After waiting a few seconds, the game would find its way out of its funk & continue playing normally. But when the same thing happens on Guitar Hero Aerosmith & the game comes out of its funk, suddenly the audio has skipped ahead of the video. This leaves you "playing" the song VIA video several seconds after the music has played through you speakers. This makes the game worse than GH3 - shame on Aspire/activision! I did discover when it starts skipping & freezing, pause the game. When you come out of pause, all is in sync but there goes your (perfect) score... Lame!
After months of fighting Aspyr's support who said that they couldn't re-create the problem and would not refund me, I simply trashed my game and sold the guitar at a pawn shop.
My computer can run Call of Duty 4, Counter-Strike: Source, and many other high-end games at well over 100fps without missing a beat, the problem here is the games, they are absolutely horrible ports.
Avoid Guitar Hero games for the PC.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Aside from being a bad port the actual note charts are rather weak in this entry.
Great soundtrack, weak game play.
This game rocks. It has a lot of my favorite tunes on it. I recommend the game for other users. Enjoy.Published on February 9, 2013 by James I Van Asten
I like getting items online when I know what I want and I don't have to deal with the crowds to get it.Published on December 1, 2012 by Debbie Heinzer
product came in reasonable time no complaints
that's why i shop amazon.com...... consistant quality of service
i don't have to worry about what i've bought
I've got a decently fast computer and GH3 ran perfectly on it. That said I thought I'd give Aerosmith a try. Read morePublished on September 19, 2009 by C. Marschner