nicko68;4415439 said:I don't get it. I think he was one of the ones who didn't like the GH/RB games with the fake plastic guitars, but I figured with RB3 being able to use the pro controllers, that we'd get his stuff in game.
dog037;4409021 said:New Songs!• Best Coast – When I'm With You • Blur – Song 2 • The Black Keys – Next Girl • The Boxer Rebellion – Step Out Of The Car • Cream – Sunshine Of Your Love • The Cribs – We Share The Same Skies • The Cure – Boys Don't Cry • Jenny O – Well OK Honey • Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama • Nirvana – Breed • Pixies – Where Is My Mind? • Radiohead – High and Dry • Red Fang – Number Thirteen • The Rolling Stones – The Spider and the Fly • Silversun Pickups – Panic Switch • Soundgarden - Outshined • Spoon – Me and The Bean • Stone Temple Pilots – Vasoline • Taddy Porter – Mean ***** • Titus Andronicus – A More Perfect Union • White Denim – Burnished • The White Stripes – Icky Thump • Yellow Moon Band - Chimney Soundgarden exclusive? Other than Where is My Mind? not much to excite me.Edit: Source
The early Alpha version of the game I demoed showed off a few of the game's bold ideas about moving you up the ladder towards real-life guitar proficiency. For starters, there's a plethora of minigames designed to include your manual dexterity on the fretboard. Also, instead of choosing a song's difficulty level before you play it, each track is split into different phrases which "level up" as you play them successfully. As each phrase increases in level, more notes, chords and special techniques are added, until you're actually playing something that sounds similar to the song in question.And, thanks to Rocksmith's detection of your guitar's sound and its bevy of built-in guitar effects, the songs you play actually sound like the songs you play. Those effects can also be used in a freestyle "Amp" mode, which lets you customize your guitar's tone with remarkable detail using any of a bajillion combinations of pedals, amps and filters. My very favorite time I spent with Rocksmith were the hours I whittled away experimenting with unfamiliar tones, your catalog of which expands as you progress through the game.It might even be a viable, cost-effective replacement for an expensive set of stompable sound modulators, if it weren't for the largest problem I experienced with Rocksmith: There's some pretty noticeable lag on some displays. It's a problem inherent in some televisions -- particularly cheaper ones -- alleviated somewhat by switching to composite cables and turning your television's "Game Mode," provided it has one. Still, unless you're playing on a relatively latency-free TV or using an external speaker, you're going to get a hundred or so milliseconds of lag -- just enough to add a delay between your plucking a string and the game registering said pluck.It's not enough to make the actual game unplayable, but it certainly throws off your performance in the freestyle Amp mode. It also cheapens another neat feature -- after you play a song, it plays it back to you, amplifying your own contributions. When those contributions are a beat behind the actual song, it just makes you sound like the most distracted guitarist in the history of the instrument.
As you play, Rocksmith tracks your profile. So, for expert players, the game will quickly adapt to you and max out the songs.
Hogan2000;4417421 said:At least they advertised theirs. Can't say Harmonix did.. Shame Harmonix
Doom878;4417393 said:Around 90 seconds in the Ubisoft rep mentions how you should play with RCA's instead of HDMI to avoid lag. I'm sorry but I won't do be switching back and forth.
Doom878;4418179 said:^Out of curiousity do you have a Squier where you can make that claim? I'm not attacking you, just sincerely curious.