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Submitted by BadCircuit 682d ago | review

OXCGN’s Rocksmith Review: For Those To (Realistically) Rock

OXCGN:

"Rocksmith is a game-changer; the evolution of the genre we all imagined might one day be possible.

It’s just a shame it’s a tad tardy; if it dropped sometime between the second and third Guitar Hero releases in 2007/8 it would have changed the landscape completely." (PC, PS3, Rocksmith, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

BadCircuit  +   682d ago
It looks a bit too hard for a non muso like me.
gaminoz  +   682d ago
He's right...it would have killed a few years ago when people were looking for an evolution from Guitar Hero.
hardcorehippiez  +   682d ago
brilliant concept very informative, will teach you guitar but come on the songs on it are indie at best . rocksmith wer is the rock or more important the metal

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