Ubisoft Just Dance Rocksmith 2014 Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Ubisoft Just Dance Rocksmith 2014 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelRocksmith 2014
DateAug 2014
Game editionBasic
DeveloperUbisoft San Francisco
Release date (DD/MM/YYYY)24/10/2013
PEGI rating12

Reviews of Ubisoft Just Dance Rocksmith 2014

Reviewed on 2018-04-19
Incredibly in-depth tutorials and mini-games, Compatible with acoustic guitars, More than 60 bundled songs, More than a thousand additional songs available as DLC, Many unlockable items, Local multiplayer, Lyrics
Funk is a severely underrepresented music genre, Could benefit from more focus on finger and hand positioning, Expensive, required Real Tone cable
In the mid- to late- aughts, Guitar Hero, and its evolutionary spin off, Rock Band, gave nerds, normies, frat boys, and Wall Street's self-proclaimed Masters of the Universe the opportunity to realize their musical dreams by playing instrument-based karao...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-03
When Rocksmith was released in 2011, it had all the ingredients of a gaming pie capable of satisfying kings of Guitar Hero and Rock Band controllers wanting to learn how to play a real instrument in a familiar digital environment and new six-string slinge...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-11
Ubisoft was awesome enough to send me over a code to review their new guitar game, Rocksmith 2014, on the PC platform. Being that I have been teaching myself to play guitar for the last year or so, I jumped at the chance to evaluate it. First thing to rea...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-29
Teaches you to play a real electric guita, Excellent tracklis, Creative missions keep you engaged and learning
You need a good guitar to get the most out of i, Mini-games can get tediou, More of a teaching tool than a game
The concept of "Rocksmith 2014" is a simple one that's been tried before, with varying degrees of success, including in the game's predecessor, "Rocksmith." In that game, developer Ubisoft created a rock music rhythm game, à la "Guitar Hero," but replaced...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-22
A few years ago, Ubisoft saw a gap in the music-game genre. Sure, it was fun, even then, to hear some of your favorite songs while you bash away on plastic buttons. But there was something missing. No one knew how to really play the songs after they wa...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-17
You can really learn to play the guitar or bass. Flexible software lets you learn at any pace. Good amount of DLC. Backwards compatible with original Rocksmith songs. Very polished gameplay mechanics and mini games encourage you to improve
Often not simply plug-and-play, you'll be tweaking settings. You'll want to replace the bundled guitar with something better eventually
Rocksmith 2014 is where music video games were inevitably heading since the first Guitar Hero was released in 2005 — plugging and playing real instruments. It's no longer a simulation, but rather an interactive and genuinely fun learning tool. The game a...
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