Rock Band 4 got me ready to pick up an instrument again. Guitar Hero Live got my fingers moving back and forth. Together they convinced me to take the next step—buying the cheapest guitar possible and a copy of Rocksmith.
Rocksmith 2014 Edition will have a color-blind mode. If it adds a Talent-Blind mode, I'll be able to play guitar.
Blood and Thunder: Ubisoft has released the full tracklist for their guitar-teaching game Rocksmith 2014, the upcoming sequel to 2011's Rocksmith. They've also released a video with some well-known rock guitarists weighing in on the software. Full tracklist below the break.
The dream is a good one: An interactive application that can really, truly teach you to play guitar. And Rocksmith 2014, even more so than its ambitious predecessor, is aiming to do just that.
Rocksmith, Ubisoft's real-guitar rhythm game, gets an update this October with Rocksmith 2014.
Though it recently removed its onerous always-on DRM requirements of PC games, evidently the fact people are still able to play them remains a concern for Ubisoft. That must be why the publisher shipped copies of Rocksmith in Europe without activation codes. On the other hand: Totally secure product!
Ubisoft's real-guitar game Rocksmith has gotten a pretty mixed critical reception. Some writers enjoy the game's take on the music game, while others (including me) have been critical.
Imagine you live in a future ruled by robots. It's not that hard—between Milo, Siri, and their pet AIBO, we're about halfway there already. So here you are, going about your afternoon break from work at the cyber-mill, and you stop by the "Museum of Rock And Roll."
Today marks the release of Ubisoft's Rocksmith, a music game that may seem a bit on the late end of the Great Music Game Craze of 2009. All the same, it comes with a tantalizing promise: it allows players to plug a real guitar into their game console via a 1/4 inch-to-USB cable and play real notes along with the game.
On Wednesday Ubisoft said Rocksmith, the rhythm game playable with a real guitar, would be delayed in Europe until 2012 because of "music licensing" and "other factors." Yeah, you could say that.
We covered Ubisoft's terrifying marketing ploy for Rocksmith two months ago. As it turns out, there was a much less scary marketing campaign going on all summer long.
Ubisoft is coming to PAX this week with nearly a dozen games and a slew of freebies. They say it will be their biggest line up for the annual show to date.
We've already told you about Rocksmith, Ubisoft's foray into the rhythm-and-music game genre. The title brings something new to the table. Unlike Rock Band or Guitar Hero, players of Rocksmith will be challenged to use a real guitar. No, seriously. The French developer promises that the title will come packaged with…
Ubisoft's real music gameRocksmith will require a real guitar to play this fall. GameStop doesn't carry real guitars, so every Rocksmith preorder comes with a $25 voucher good towards the purchase of your dream axe at Guitar Center. Rock on.