Video game developer Activision released its Guitar Hero:
Aerosmith game on Friday.
The game features 30 of the band's most notable hits such as
"Love in an Elevator" and "Sweet Emotion." It also includes
songs from various artists Aerosmith performed and collaborated
with over the years, including Run D.M.C.'s "Walk This Way" and
"I Hate Myself for Loving You" by Joan Jett.
There is even a special guitar controller emblazoned with the
band's red-and-white logo for hard core fans.
The game and guitar controller bundle for Microsoft's Xbox 360,
Sony Corp's PlayStation3 and Nintendo 's Wii sells for $99.99,
with an additional PlayStation2 version for $89.99. The game is
also sold individually for each of the consoles and costs
$59.99 and $49.99, respectively.
Activision is set to come out with a Metallica Guitar Hero
edition in 2009, but declined to specify what month the game
will be released.
The company will also release Guitar Hero: World Tour during
the Christmas season, which will include a drum set and
microphone in addition to the guitar controller.