Submitted by RayWillmott 973d ago | news

Three new tracks now on Rocksmith

Three more songs have dropped for Rocksmith, and each one will get your strumming fingers itching.

In the Rock Hits 60s-70s pack, players can blitz out (PC, PS3, Rocksmith, Xbox 360)

guitarded77  +   973d ago
Three songs that are fun to play. I haven't played Rocksmith yet, but I'd really like to. Anyone play it? What are your thoughts of the game? How much guitar playing experience do you have? Is it challenging? Does it make you play naturally, of teach bad habits?
ilikestuff  +   973d ago
the game is awesome, its great practice and u play the song like you should play it, as far as it being challenging, depends on the song, I've mastered a song in a day, some other songs are super hard to master, and yea the game is fun to play its like guitar hero but you can actually become a guitar hero
guitarded77  +   973d ago
Thank's for the feedback ilikestuff and skyrim. Bubbles++ for helpful for both of you. I'll have to snag a copy of the game when I get some extra cash. Glad to hear good things.
skyrim  +   973d ago
I have played guitar since i was 10 i am now 20 and for me it has replaced every other music game out there i absolutly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn guitar or just loves games and guitar
RavageX  +   973d ago
You will learn something from this game, if you already know how to play then you'll learn new songs, if you don't know how to even hold a guitar then you'll learn a lot.

My only issue with the game has been that its rather poor on PS3. Eventually you'll run into a lot of freezing, even after it was patched.

Problems go away if you start a new profile/save...but will come back again the longer you play, so until this is fixed I'd suggest getting the game on PC or the 360.

Other than that...can't really find a bad thing to say about Rocksmith.
Reverent  +   973d ago
I personally haven't had any sort of issues like this on the PS3 version and I bought the game at launch. :/

I'm not saying the issues aren't there, just saying they weren't there for me as an individual. Also consider though, that you may have experienced those issues as an individual yourself.

I'm sure the game has had its problems, perhaps I simply didn't notice them or it just phased me.

The only thing I can really complain about the game is a TINY bit of latency, which becomes less apparent when you play with the volume up high. The problem is fixed altogether if you use external speakers with AV cables though. Other than that forgivable issue, and as a guitarist, the game is by far one of my most treasured games this gen.
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