Explore a maze of locations shooting the bad guys and freeing members of the band Aerosmith.
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Explore a maze of locations shooting the bad guys and freeing members of the band Aerosmith.

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Music Is The Weapon

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Action | Music

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Steven Tyler: If you're watching this, then they've taken over. It's up to you now. Find our car, and stop the New Order.
[passes the car keys to the player]
Steven Tyler: Remember, music is the weapon!
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Love in an Elevator
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Performed by Aerosmith
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Best Shooter Game Of All Time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, Remake This For PS2!!!!!!!!!!
3 September 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The best shooter game of all time, Very similar to 'T2 The Arcade Game' but more exiting with loud music. This game is so good it should be remade for the PS2. Its even starring the REAL Aerosmith Band Members and is pure exiting.

I used to play this game back in the 90s in the arcades, It was available for the Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo(AKA SNES), and PS1. I have finally got it for my SNES, I still enjoy this game as i did but it is more special when being played in the arcades.

This game is a pure classic, It is that good there should be a remake of this for the PS2/XBOX


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