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BandFuse: Rock Legends (Artist Pack)

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Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
66 customer reviews

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  • Multiplayer: Form local bands and play along with your favorite songs, or create original music with up to 4 players on Guitar, Bass or Vocals
  • Authentic Equipment: Amp and pedal effects like distortion, reverb and chorus
  • Total Song Control: Slow down songs to hear every nuance or loop favorite song segments and jam along, refining your technique and mastering favorite tracks
  • Deep Career Mode: Progress through the phases of a rock career starting from humble beginnings and work your way up to becoming a Rock Legend
  • Great Feel: Perfect response time, superior polyphonic note detection and a fully unlocked library of hit songs
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Platform:PlayStation 3

BandFuse: Rock Legends

BandFuse: Rock Legends provides an authentic pick up and play experience for musicians of all skill levels. Whether you’ve never held a guitar or bass before or you are already the lead guitarist in your own band, BandFuse: Rock Legends will have you rockin’ out with your favorite songs in minutes. Vocalists can enjoy karaoke style or scored vocalist mode with instruction on proper singing technique. The set list includes 55 epic tracks and a cast of the world’s most famous rock legends, including Slash, Bootsy Collins, ZakkWylde, George Lynch, Five Finger Death Punch’s ZoltanBathory and Jason Hook, and more.

Two Ways to Play:

  • Artist Pack: Includes the game and one 1/4" guitar cable (Xbox 360 includes an audio adapter and headphone extension cable).
  • Band Pack: Includes a microphone, 4 port USB hub, two 1/4" guitar cables, and an acoustic adapter.

Features

  • Real Instruments: Learn to play real guitar, bass, and vocals. Real-world animated guitar tablature provides the first truly authentic music video game experience on consoles.
  • Form Bands: Get the band together and play along with your favorite songs, or create original music with up to 4 players on guitar, bass, and vocals. Additional hardware is required and included in the Band Pack.
  • Tour Mode(Career): Progress your way through the phases of a rock career; start from humble beginnings as a novice player or vocalist and work your way up to become a Rock Legend. As you develop as a musician, completing challenges to gain fans and cash, you can unlock additional tours.
  • Real Rock Legends: Receive inspiration and instruction from some of the world’s best musicians including Slash from Guns N’ Roses, ZakkWylde, former lead guitarist for OzzyOsbourne and founder of Black Label Society, bass legend Bootsy Collins, and others. These legends offer instruction and inspiration for the player every step of the way, providing the foundation for a lifetime of music.
  • Huge Music Selection: 55 songs on disc with 5 or more levels of gameplay. Artists include Pearl Jam, Coldplay, Rick Springfield, Jane’s Addiction, Maroon 5, Halestorm, Black Label Society, Judas Priest, Incubus, Heart and many more!
Polyphonic Tuner Tune your guitar like a pro with the included Polyphonic tuner that let’s you easily tune your guitar anytime you want.
Shred U Teaches you everything you need to know about how to play guitar, through custom interactive tutorials, hundreds of original videos, thousands of licks, and special modes to help you practice your favorite songs.
Sound Like a Legend Authentic amp and pedal effects like distortion, reverb, chorus and many more provide professional sound without all the expensive gear.
Multiplayer Form bands and play along with your favorite songs, or create original music in real-time with up to 2 guitarists, a bassist, and a vocalist. Additional hardware is required.
Real-World Tablature A unique interface using animated tablature simplifies music for beginners. The game guides you on strumming and picking the strings. Experienced guitarists will be challenged to master solos and advanced techniques, playing along with songs exactly as recorded by the original artists.
Tour Mode Rock your way through 10 tours as you progress through the phases of a rock career by going on tour from humble beginnings and working your way to become a worldwide Rock Legend.


Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00B5P50EA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.7 x 2.9 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 19, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,878 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Brian on January 21, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I purchased Rocksmith for PS3 two months ago and am having a blast with it.

I recently purchased BANDFUSE and think it a great addition however, I am glad I started with Rocksmith first.

My Pros for BANDFUSE:
-Teaches you how to play songs using guitar tablature instead of colored line "Guitar Hero" style. Unless you are going to ONLY play guitar with a video game or by memory, it is important to learn guitar tabs.
-Music videos although useless for the player does make it more fun for others to watch you play. Does give you a nostalgic feeling while watching older videos like Blink 182, All the Small things play.
-Teaches you the correcting fingering while playing. Rocksmith I feel didn't do a great job informing the user which fingers to use on which frets which is important when you are very quickly picking notes.
-I enjoyed the song selection better in BANDFUSE.
-Rocksmith tries teaching you the ENTIRE song a note here and there at a time. BANDFUSE, on easier difficulties, teaches the entire song, but for example instead of playing a cord, you would just play a single note instead. Almost like playing the guitar back-up of the song.
-I felt the tuner was very easy to use, much quicker than Rocksmith's tuner.

My Cons for BANDFUSE:
-The difference between Medium and Hard for me was very steep.
-Game comes with another cord...but CANNOT USE ROCKSMITH CORD. So..if you want to play 2 player...you have to get another BANDFUSE cord. Getting a little ridiculous with all the darn USB guitar cords I have now.
-Doesn't have the same "atmosphere" as Rocksmith. Very cut and dry. Some people may like that better.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 7, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
The old joke about Guitar Hero comes to mind: why not spend the time learning a real instrument? My previous answer was that I was having fun. Bandfuse makes that response feel foolish. Since picking up the game a few days ago, I have already begun to learn basics of my chosen instrument (bass) and I'm excited that the use of tabs in game means I can learn other songs not included once I get the hang of the frets.
I have tried Rocksmith as well and can assure anyone reading this that this option is the better between the two.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Chaosne1 on January 11, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Bandfuse Rock Legends is an under the radar game thanks to Rocksmith but it's legit. The song list is hit or miss but show me a music game that isn't. I'm not gonna break down every facet and feature of the game but I say that its fun, it is a good learning tool, it has technique lessons with musicians that you may or may not know that can be useful, it has 5 different difficulty levels to choose from, it employs tablature coming at you from left to right, it recommends which finger to use by a color coded system. I own Rocksmith 2014 as well and yes they're different but in good ways. You can learn, refresh your memory, or just have fun with both games. I can't say I recommend one over the other its a preference thing. My only complaint and its minor is that the cables for bandfuse and rocksmith are not compatible with each other. If you're in the market I recommend it if you already have rocksmith then throw down the extra bucks for this game too. If you can only afford one my advice is research the songs, features, note delivery system etc to decide what is best for you.
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20 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Patrick on November 19, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I saw the Bandfuse display on my last day at Pax Prime, literally 10 minutes before the expo hall was about to close. I watched for a few minutes and was so impressed that I had to play it for myself. The developer running the booth must have seen the excitement in my face, because he allowed me to give it a try even as the loudspeakers announced the closing of the expo. I played the bass for All The Small Things on Hard difficulty and was simply blown away by the whole presentation: the accuracy of the song transcription, the vibrant display, the official music video playing in the background. I left PAX prime as a fan of BandFuse and couldn't wait for November 19th.

But in the months that followed I became more and more concerned...

I learned about Rocksmith 2014 and the wealth of features and tracks it offered. About two weeks ago I began checking the web constantly for updates, early reviews, anything that would reassure me and echo the amazing, although brief, experience I had with the game. But even late into this evening, not a single review could be found anywhere! So I took a small leap of faith with my $70 and picked up the game anyway...

IT'S EVEN BETTER THAN I REMEMBER IT.

After a few hours of play, I am so pleased with the quality of this game. The sound is realistic and incredibly responsive through my stereo speakers (there is a bit of noticeable lag when using only an HDMI cable for audio, but the developers are very clear about this at multiple points during the game setup - an external source for audio output is a must for truly accurate playing). The interface is easy to use and the amount of features to mess around with - amps, pedals, jam tracks - is really exciting.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MadMiguel on July 10, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I like this over RockSmith in that the moving tab is from right to left: the usual way you would read it in Guitar Magazines. Although, I've only played this for about 2 hours, I like how you can play Bass, Guitar, or Sing. I haven't used the multiplayer function yet, which is for up to 4 in-house players, NOT network players. I actually saw this at Game Stop for $10 without the guitar cable. Although I recognize only half the songs on there, I plan to learn how to play them once I become familiar with them. Can't wait to try the karaoke style!
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