The ESRB have rated Rocksmith and it reads likea teenagers dream.
Ubisoft’s Rocksmith game has received a US rating. Landing a “T” for teen, Rocksmith contains strong references to drugs as well as sexual references which include the ever dodgey “rape” word. Sounding more like a Lovefist song than a game, it’s a colourful one. Have a read:
“This is a music and rhythm simulation game in which players learn how to perform songs on the electric guitar. Players simulate playing the guitar and are scored based on the accuracy of notes hit. Players can also participate in tutorials and other activities to test their skills; in one mini-game, players must hit the correct chords to shoot Gatling guns at “cartoony” zombies that fall apart when hit. Some song lyrics contain references to drugs (e.g., “You were always my favorite drug/Even when we used to take drugs”) and suggestive themes (e.g., “You sit there wishing you could still make love,” “Well you can’t be a pimp and a prostitute too,” “Hot tramp, I love you so,” “Rape my mind and smell the poppies”). The words “b*tch” and “hell” can also be heard in some songs”.