Posted On 11 Oct 2012 By Dan Parisian. Under: Game Reviews, Reviews, Rocksmith, Ubisoft.
Hello readers, my name is Dan and I've been asked to review the Rocksmith Bass expansion due to my experience with the instrument and the game. I have been playing Guitar since around 2002, I picked up the bass about 3 years ago. I've been playing Rocksmith as an "experienced" player since the day it released. Some other relevant information: ... Read More
Posted On 08 Dec 2011 By Elliott. Under: Game Reviews, Other, Other Music Games, Reviews, Rocksmith.
On October 18th, 2011 a new music game was released, although to call it a game might be a disservice. Rocksmith is probably the best way for a beginner to figure out guitar since "Come As You Are" was put into tablature. For those that haven't been paying attention, Rocksmith is the first "game" that allows you to plug in any ... Read More
Posted On 19 Nov 2010 By Brian. Under: Game Reviews, Other, Other Music Games, Reviews.
Ever since 2007, the plastic instrument genre has been a two party system, much like the United States' world of politics. And, similar to that world, a third party will every so often try to sneak in and grab a piece of the proverbial pie. We see it with Independents and Libertarians in US politics and we see it with ... Read More
Posted On 25 Oct 2010 By Elliott. Under: Activision, DJ Hero, DJ Hero 2, Game Reviews.
DJ Hero is back to mix it up with some new innovations to further perfect the experience of being a fake plastic DJ. DJ Hero came out in a turbulent time for Westernized Rhythm Gaming. A time when Activision gave us way too many Guitar Hero games to play (Metallica, Smash Hits, 5, Band Hero, and Van Halen) and Harmonix reintroduced ... Read More
Posted On 30 Sep 2010 By Brian. Under: Game Reviews, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, Reviews.
After the schism that divided the genre between two gigantic franchises, Rock Band and Guitar Hero, the competition got pretty heated. Fans were pretty evenly split between Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock and Rock Band. Then, with Guitar Hero World Tour, it seemed as though the Guitar Hero franchise did a bit of alienating of its fanbase in order ... Read More