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Rocksmith VS Audiosurf

Compare Rocksmith VS Audiosurf and see what are their differences


Rocksmith builds off of the fundamentals of music games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero by offering fundamental lessons in actually playing guitar.

Audiosurf is a music-adapting puzzle racer where you use your own music to create your own experience.
Rocksmith Landing Page
Rocksmith Landing Page
Audiosurf Landing Page
Audiosurf Landing Page

Rocksmith details

Categories
Email Marketing Work Management Simulation
Website rocksmith.com  
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Audiosurf details

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Website audiosurf2.com  
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Audiosurf 2 Review Commentary

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  • - CGR Undertow - AUDIOSURF review for PC
  • - Audiosurf Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

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What are some alternatives?

When comparing Rocksmith and Audiosurf, you can also consider the following products

Frets on Fire - Bonus content.

Clone Hero - Clone Hero is a free rhythm game, which can be played with any 5 or 6 button guitar controller...

Osu - Osu is Music, Rhythm, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Dean Herbert.

Guitar Hero Live - Guitar Hero Live is a Single and Multiplayer, Rhythm and Music video game created by FreeStyleGames and published by Activision.

StepMania - Rhythm game for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

PlayStation VR - Discover a new world of unexpected gaming experiences

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