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Product Information
Rocksmith is a play-along musical instrument sim that works with a real guitar or bass. Using the included USB-to-1/4" jack, players can plug in and jam out with dozens of original rock recordings, from the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction" and David Bowie's "Rebel Rebel" to the Cure's "Boys Don't Cry" and "Icky Thump" by the White Stripes. As in the genre's leading series, Guitar Hero and Rock Band, players can follow sequences of color-coded graphic indicators, which scroll along with the song and represent the notes to be played.

In Rocksmith, however, these indicators represent actual musical notes, and a successful performance involves pressing the correct strings on a real fret board. Players perform single-note accompaniments, which become more complex, as they learn the finger positions of additional notes and attempt to master new songs. An automatic difficulty-scaling feature queues up more or fewer notes, according to the player's success throughout a performance. Various mini-games are designed to help players hone different skills. The software also features a tuner and several built-in pedal effects. Rocksmith can be played with any guitar that has a pick-up. This version of the game also includes bass arrangements for every song.
Product Identifiers
GameRocksmith Includes Guitar & Bass

Key Features
PlatformSony Playstation 3

Tech Details
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1-2
Release Year2012
Game Special Features

  • A jam-along rock sim that works with real guitars and basses
  • Song progression builds skills, one note at a time
  • Difficulty level adjusts to the players' performance
  • Songs by Bowie, the Stones, White Stripes, and more
  • Unlockable mini-games help hone key skills

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