AEROSMITH Unveils 'Guitar Hero' In New York; Photos Available

Laura Leebove of reports: Real-life AEROSMITH fans screamed as loudly as the animated ones in a video sneak preview of "Guitar Hero: Aerosmith" played today (June 27) during a press conference at New York's Hard Rock Caf. All five band members attended the event to answer questions about the game, which fans got a chance to test-run before it hits stores Sunday.

The premise of "Guitar Hero: Aerosmith" is for players to progress through the band's nearly 40-year career. Gamers have the opportunity to play seminal Aerosmith songs, all taken from the band's master recordings, as well as tracks from artists who have played with or influenced the band such as JOAN JETT and RUN DMC.

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