Six-String Gaming: A Guide to Some of the Best Guitar-Focused Video Games

There is plenty of guitars and music-focused video games worth checking out, appealing to experienced players and non-musical folks alike. Our friends at Guitarworld.com run down a few of the best. April 5th, 2019 Rocksmith Developed by leading game developer Ubisoft, Rocksmith claims to be the fastest way to learn guitar. With over three million users worldwide, the award-winning game — which

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10 Video Games With the Greatest Music in 2018

Recognizing the best video game soundtracks of 2018. — January 11th,  2019 A game’s music is almost never at the forefront of the experience. The things that you notice first and foremost are things such as how it plays, how it looks, what kind of a story it tells. But a soundtrack is something that can single-handedly make or break

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The 12 Songs of Christmas… in Video Games

After listening to more than a hundred songs from numerous games, we came up with a list of the 12 best Christmas songs in video games. — December 13th,  2018 Tambourines, bells, accordions, you name it, from Animal Crossing to Shenmue, these are the best songs (in no particular order) that will grace our ears with the joy of Christmas:

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The Greatest Video Game Soundtracks Of All Time

Plug yourself into the best video game soundtracks to date, and let your ears enjoy the games as much as your thumbs did! — November 13th,  2018 Without music, games wouldn’t entirely be the same. Silent moments don’t have quite the same poignancy as those backed by killer beats and struck piano keys, crazy brass, breezy woodwinds, and the sweet

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You Should Listen To Video Game Soundtracks At Work

Productivity studies suggest you can boost your output with the right music. But more importantly, new findings concurred that listening to music from video games helps you focus! — July 26,  2018 Plenty of studies show that having some sound around you can help you focus, probably because it gives your subconscious something to tune out. There isn’t a wealth of

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