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13 comments
Yathoom
Yathoom

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!

zpluffy
zpluffy

This game is awesome.. MUst BUY

sambob530
sambob530

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.

senjutsu
senjutsu

Really good game, but I'd like to see a "2" with more mini games and a lot more help with the technique!!

Vlad01
Vlad01

Very awesome game!! Helped me out a lot.

FuriousHamst3r
FuriousHamst3r

Awesome, I have to get this ans finally learn to play! Thanks Mark!

blahblahblah999
blahblahblah999

I'm pretty impressed.. anything that takes the monotony out of practicing scales warrants attention.

David_Boreanaz
David_Boreanaz

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.

mateyman
mateyman

As a guitar player I wish I had this. From everything I've seen, seems pretty legit.

NickyWithATicky
NickyWithATicky

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.