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BandFuse: Rock Legends
  • Publisher: Mastiff
  • Genre:Music
  • Developer: Realta Entertainment Group
  • Release Date:Nov 30, 2012
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Lyrics, Mild Blood, Mild Violence, Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco)
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Game Description:BandFuse: Rock Legends provides a pick up and play experience. Whether you have never held a guitar before, or you are already playing in a band, BandFuse will have you rockin' with your favorite songs in minutes. BandFuse connects real guitars and microphones to your game console unleashing a full band experience for players of all skill levels. A unique interface using animated tablature will simplify music for beginners, showing them where to put their fingers and when to hit the strings. Experienced guitarists will be challenged to master solos and advanced techniques, playing along with songs exactly as recorded by the original artists. A cast of the world’s most famous rock legends including Slash from the iconic rock band Guns N’ Roses, will guide the player at every step – providing the foundation for a lifetime of music.
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