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Rocksmith

Rocksmith plays UK in September

Guitar school meets videogame.

Rocksmith, the guitar game that teaches you proper guitar, is hitting the UK September 14th.

Releasing first for PlayStation 3, with PC/Mac and Xbox 360 versions coming later, the title lets you plug in a real electric guitar into your console via an adaptable USB jack, and learn how to play as well as read music.

The game comes packaged with over fifty tracks from Blur, Velvet Revolver and the Rolling Stones, and a selection of mini-game-style training exercises will allow you to break down and concentrate on separate sections.

A Epiphone Les Paul Junior guitar bundle will be released come launch. No price point as been given yet.

You can check out the first screens after the initial run down of some of the songs that'll appear in the game.

· Blur - Song 2
· David Bowie - Rebel Rebel
· Eric Clapton - Run Back To Your Side
· Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out
· Incubus - I Miss You
· Interpol - Slow Hands
· Lenny Kravitz - Are You Gonna Go My Way
· Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama
· Muse - Unnatural Selection
· Nirvana - In Bloom
· Pixies - Where Is My Mind?
· Queens Of The Stone Age - Go With The Flow
· Radiohead - High And Dry
· The Rolling Stones - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
· The White Stripes - Icky Thump
· Velvet Revolver - Slither

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