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BandFuse: Rock Legends Releasing On November 19

Posted on Monday, August 19 @ 11:30:24 Eastern by


BandFuse: Rock Legends, a rhythm game featuring real guitars and has gotten my fingers itching since last year's E3, has finally received a release date of November 19 in North America, according to a press release by Realta Entertainment Group.

Available for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, three bundles will be offered at retail. The most inexpensive package, the Artist Pack, at $69.99 will include the game and a 1/4" to USB guitar cable, with the Xbox 360 version coming with an Audio Adapter and headphone extension cable. For merely $10 more at $79.99, the Band Pack inclues two guitar cables instead of one, a microphone, a multi-port instrument hub for multiplayer sessions, and an acoustic guitar adapter.

The grand-daddy Guitar Bundle is currently unpriced as it comes with an authentic Fender Squier guitar whose suggested retail price hasn't been locked down yet. But it's certainly the one I'm most interested in purchasing since I don't have a guitar of my own.

BandFuse will feature a list of 55 songs ranging from Slash to The Strokes, and features four-player co-op with two guitars, one bass, and one microphone. To assist with the learning process, scrolling notes come with tablature and plenty of in-depth tutorial videos from the likes of Five Finger Death Punch, Bootsy Collins, and Zakk Wylde will come with the game. There will be a release date for Europe and Japan, but it has yet to be settled at this time.
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