Submitted by crock7owu10 545d ago | preview

Going hands-on with Rocksmith 2014 - Examiner

There is no easy way to learn to play any instrument. It takes a lot of self-motivation and the proper tools. Part of it is knowing how to actually use and play your instrument, while the other half is being proficient at it. A few years ago, Harmonix created Guitar Hero, a game that mimicked guitar while adding in increased difficulty. That game was accessible to anyone, but did not actually teach how to play the guitar or bass. Ubisoft went a different direction by providing a game that was a tool. The original Rocksmith allowed players to plug in any guitar (and later bass) and actually learn the fundamentals of the instruments. For those already familiar, musicians could master songs with the necessary tutelage. (PC, PS3, Rocksmith 2014 Edition, Xbox 360)

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