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Rocksmith 2014 Review | SpawnFirst

Chris West of SpawnFirst reviews Rocksmith 2014: "Rocksmith is back and better than ever. The programming is more efficient, the presentation has been upgraded, and the vast amount of features will keep players glued to their televisions and instruments for hours. The game is perfect for anybody who wants to learn how to play guitar or bass and is just as much fun for veterans as well. Unless you have an amazing stereo system, don't expect the game to substitute a guitar or bass amp. And you may want to brush up on string bending before trying to perfectly play some songs, but these are all minor problems. If Ubisoft keeps the franchise moving like this, it could re-introduce a brand new age for music games." (PC, PS3, Rocksmith 2014 Edition, Xbox 360) 9.0/10

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