September 5th, 2017

Rocksmith 2014 DLC aims to make you a slave to audio


Tuesday means it’s time for more Rocksmith 2014 DLC, and this week, it’s Audioslave.

Five tracks from Not Rage Against the Machine (or Sound Machine, or Rage Against the Garden, or whatever you want to call them) are now available, either for £9.69 as a bundle or £2.39 individually – which means that grabbing the bundle saves you £2.26, assuming I can do maths today. That’s nearly one free song!

The five tracks are Cochise, Like A Stone, Show Me How To Live, I Am The Highway, and Be Yourself. Most of them are pretty good, but Be Yourself is Nickelback levels of drivel. So, uh… I guess buying the other four songs is actually a reasonable option, if you never, ever want to play Be Yourself! Or listen to it, ever again.

The Rocksmith 2014 Audioslave DLC can be found on Steam right now.

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