still waiting on Mark's comments on part 3 maybe! ... I gotta tell u guys i've been playing it for few months now, and it's really fun to play. Since u don't need someone to play with, though the menu on that game is annoying! Ubisoft and EA do really love there stupid menus, I find those 2 companies make games with very slow deep menus!
Rocksmith Diaries: Part Two
This Rocksmith DLC expansion includes 15 alternative rock hits in one pack!Posted Nov 13, 2012 | 1:41 | 2,922 Views
The Avenged Sevenfold DLC pack for Rocksmith is now available.Posted Oct 30, 2012 | 0:59 | 1,962 Views
Mark heads to Reading Festival for a brief jam on top of a bus, and finds out what's new in the UK release of Rocksmith.Posted Oct 16, 2012 | 2:29 | 1,409 Views
Take an inside look at Rocksmith and the recently released Bass Expansion DLC pack.Posted Sep 20, 2012 | 2:19 | 1,859 Views
With Rocksmith due for release in the UK this September, Mark's been spending some quality time with the game to find out if it's as good for established players as it is for beginners.Posted Jul 2, 2012 | 2:57 | 5,330 Views
- Jul 31, 2012
Mark's journey to rock stardom continues as he finds out just how easy it is to learn a song in Ubisoft's Rocksmith.
So do you have to play in standard E tuning? Because my guitar is in C Standard and I can't be bothered replacing my strings just for a game. It would be cool if it scaled down the songs to whatever tuning. I guess I could just use a capo, but I hope other tunings are used sometimes.
Really good game, but I'd like to see a "2" with more mini games and a lot more help with the technique!!
I'm pretty impressed.. anything that takes the monotony out of practicing scales warrants attention.
I actually use Rocksmith for a lot of stuff. If I don't feel like going to my attic and hooking up my amp and pedals I just set up Rocksmith and play. Plus I get to learn songs I would have never thought of trying before.
I learn that way too. Seems a bit silly to leave out that kind of thing, considering even guitar hero has a practice mode where you can change the speed settings. But I guess you can always just put the game on pause and practice the old fashioned way.