Bandfuse gets final launch date for the holidays.

by: Sean Cahill -
More On: BandFuse: Rock Legends
The music game genre has taken a bit of a dip over the last couple of years with titles like Rock Band and Guitar Hero losing steam after an incredibly successful run.  We've seen some other titles come out that were not up to snuff of the top two titles in the genre, but now could be the time for another title to step up to the plate.  Realta Entertainment is taking the chance by releasing the hyped title Bandfuse: Rock Legends this holiday season, offering players the chance to play a new music title, but learn how to actually play an instrument at the same time.  We have seen this before with Rocksmith, and while that title came out to some average to decent reviews, Bandfuse looks to be stepping their game up, promising a far more robust interface and packages that will be competitively priced, available for those who may or may not have a guitar.  November 19 is now the official launch date, with varying packages available to everyone.


Campbell, CA – August 19, 2013  Realta Entertainment Group announced today that BandFuse: Rock Legends, a music video game where legendary rockers transform players into real-world guitarists, bassists and vocalists, will launch in North America on November 19, 2013. A release date for Europe and Japan will be announced soon. The game will be available for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system.

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Realta Entertainment Group has revealed that BandFuse: Rock Legends will ship with three distinct hardware bundles for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 systems, giving players an excellent, smartly priced set of retail options, whether they already own a guitar or not.

  • The Artist Pack ($69.99 MSRP) includes the BandFuse: Rock Legends game and 1/4” to USB guitar cable (Xbox 360 also contains an Audio Adapter and headphone extension cable).
  • The Band Pack($79.99 MSRP) includes two guitar cables, a microphone, multi-port instrument hub, and an acoustic guitar adapter.
  • The Guitar Bundle includes the BandFuse: Rock Legends game, guitar cable, and authentic Fender Squier guitar (MSRP to be announced at a future date).

Seamlessly connecting real guitars, basses and microphones to game consoles, BandFuse empowers players to jam to a fully unlocked library of hit songs from rock to metal and punk to funk, featuring 55 massive genre-jumping songs from Slash, Maroon 5, Rush, The Strokes, Heart, Pearl Jam and more. The game’s exclusive four-player co-op mode enables players to play music together by connecting two guitars, one bass, and a microphone simultaneously, providing each player with detailed feedback from the BandFuse: Rock Legends analytics engine.

The unique BandFuse: Rock Legends animated tablature (tabs) interface simplifies the learning process for novice musicians while enabling advanced musicians to perform songs as the artists intended. All players will benefit from Shred U mode, a simple-to-use, comprehensive training tool with a vast selection of instructional tutorial videos from seven rock legends including Slash, Bootsy Collins, Zakk Wylde, George Lynch, and Five Finger Death Punch. Along with the legend videos, players will have a host of drills, scales and the ability to tweak song settings allowing mastery of even the most challenging songs.

BandFuse: Rock Legends players can also create original content from scratch or select from a diverse set of backing tracks for accompaniment to record and play back for friends and family.

BandFuse: Rock Legends is rated “T” for Teen by the ESRB and is published by Mastiff in North America. The game will launch on November 19, 2013, in North America on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 systems. A release date for Europe and Japan will be announced soon. To learn more about BandFuse: Rock Legends, please visit, ‘Like’ it on Facebook, and follow the game onTwitter for all the latest updates and news.

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