Aspiring guitarists and bassists will get their chance to learn some of Ubisoft's greatest hits in Rocksmith Remastered starting this week.
Some kids get a summer job – selling lemonade, mowing lawns, flipping burgers. Vincent Molden's summer job is rocking your face off.
Music is the lifeblood of Rocksmith, and personal song selection drives a majority of players as they learn to play guitar and bass.
Back in October, Rocksmith celebrated its 5th anniversary with a live concert at a legendary music club in San Francisco.
Electric guitar is awesome - but it really only tells half the story.
Has it really been five years already? The original Rocksmith debuted on October 19, 2011 - and poof, 60 months and 900 songs later, there are a few million more guitarists in the world than there used to be.
Tell me, have you learned how to play guitar? For millions of Rocksmith players around the world, the answer is yes, and with the release of Rocksmith 2014 Edition – Remastered today, that number is primed to get even bigger.
Whether you can't get enough Rocksmith or are thinking of picking it up to finally learn to play guitar, there's some exciting news on the horizon: Rocksmith 2014 Edition – Remastered is coming on October 4,
Rocksmith celebrates its five-year anniversary this fall. The original Rocksmith debuted in October 2011; its successor, Rocksmith 2014, took the reins two years later.
Here at Rocksmith, we like Brendon Small. He's the co-creator of the hit animated series Metalocalypse, and the real-life guitarist who plays the licks and riffs of the show's band, Dethklok.