In the mid-2000s the video game Guitar Hero became a best-seller, offering the opportunity to rock out to your favourite music on a variety of instrument-shaped controllers. Before long portable versions were made available as cheap mobile games like Tap Tap Revenge.
But in recent years the world of musical gaming has been at a lull, with no particularly popular offerings. That was until Trombone Champ emerged from nowhere to become a bestseller on Steam.
For many, gaming is about escapism and what better way to rid yourself of the stresses and strains of modern life than by