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Re-Learning Guitar With Rocksmith 2014 – Week One

Twinfinite's Henry McMunn gets stuck into Rocksmith 2014 in an effort to re-learn the electric guitar and rock out. (PC, PS3, Rocksmith 2014 Edition, Xbox 360)

MAULxx  +   690d ago
Did they fix the input lag?
It was horrible on the first game.
GhostTurtle  +   690d ago
I never played the first game, but its noticeable in 2014. Its not game breaking though. Ive been having a lot of fun with it.
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brads4  +   690d ago
IF you configure your audio system correctly (no-one seems to get this part, it's absolutely critical), as described in every manual and even when the game starts, there is almost zero lag in this game. It is very responsive. It is greatly improved since Rocksmith 2012.

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