Ubisoft Reveals a Slew of New Tracks for Rocksmith

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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 "a unique quarter-inch USB cable that is the first of its kind, allowing users to plug any real guitar with a quarter-inch jack directly into their favorite console."


Ubisoft has gone ahead and updated the list of tracks they plan to make available, swelling the total number to 29.

The newly announced tunes are:

• Best Coast – "When I'm With You"
• Blur – "Song 2"
• The Black Keys – "Next Girl"
• The Boxer Rebellion – "Step Out Of The Car"
• Cream – "Sunshine Of Your Love"
• The Cribs – "We Share The Same Skies"
• The Cure – "Boys Don't Cry"
• Jenny O – "Well OK Honey"
• Lynyrd Skynyrd –" Sweet Home Alabama"
• Nirvana – "Breed"
• Pixies – "Where Is My Mind?"
• Radiohead – "High and Dry"
• Red Fang – "Number Thirteen"
• The Rolling Stones – "The Spider and the Fly"
• Silversun Pickups – "Panic Switch"
• Soundgarden - "Outshined"
• Spoon –" Me and The Bean"
• Stone Temple Pilots – "Vasoline"
• Taddy Porter – "Mean Bitch"
• Titus Andronicus – "A More Perfect Union"
• White Denim – "Burnished"
• The White Stripes – "Icky Thump"
• Yellow Moon Band - "Chimney"

With the previously announced songs as follows:

• The Animals – "House of the Rising Sun"
• The Black Keys – "I Got Mine"
• David Bowie – "Rebel Rebel"
• Interpol – "Slow Hands"
• Nirvana – "In Bloom"
• The Rolling Stones – "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"


Rocksmith is slated for release this Fall on the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. You can follow the title on Facebook, or check out the official website.



This seems much more useful as a teaching tool, at least to some extent. I had been planning on getting RB3 plus that squire guitar but this looks like it will cost far less (since i have a guitar already) and be far easier to pick up and use, if it works as its advertised.

Its supposed to be intuitive enough to know how many notes you are capable of playing as you play the songs...if you are playing 1/10th of the notes well all the time then it bumps it up.

Even though I've spent a lot of money on a guitar, multiple amps, etc I've never really been able to get into it all that much because I've never been good enough to do anything interesting or had anyone to practice with. Hopefully this will be a big help in finally starting to properly learn guitar.