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Guitar Rising Website Online
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

GameTank has announced the debut of an official website for Guitar Rising, an upcoming music game inspired by titles such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Unlike other rhythm games, Guitar Rising will make use of real guitars connected to a computer via a guitar-USB adapter, a microphone, or directly to the sound card. The game will teach real guitar skills, ramping up the difficulty as players improve their abilities.

From the game's site:

Guitar Rising is a music video game where the player plays a real guitar as cued by the game’s visuals. Following rock music sequences and streaming notes, players play guitar melodies and rhythms. Beginner difficulty levels are designed for non-guitar players and hard difficulties will challenge experienced guitarists.
The game is planned for release on both Windows and Macs later this year. Follow the link below for more information.

Guitar Rising
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