my biggest issue with the notation is that it will look like an incomprehensible mess when you've got the full song playing, and you've got tons and tons of little flying blocks coming at you. the gameplay they've shown so far has only been on the easiest level. i don't know how many times i've seen a video with the riff from "satisfaction" because it's a simple riff that doesn't look too messy in this notation. but try to imagine something like the crazy train solo with those little spinning blocks for each note. same with chords... they show you the easy versions, where there's only one chord at the beginning of each measure. what is it going to look like when you've got a song strumming 16th note chords, and adding or removing notes on certain chords in the middle of a measure.
So I'm officially getting this game. Why? Cause if I buy this game as well as the RB3 Squier Strat, I get $40 off. Not a bad deal.
Note: You can get $40 with the purchase of Rocksmith and almost any guitar, it isn't limited to that specific one.
Song Total: 1,132 (Last updated: The Day The Music Died)
For Rocksmith, it's easier, since they only have to do the charts since it can use any bass.
<Insert request for more Boston here>
DLC: lots+RB1+LRB+RB2+ACDC+GDRB (+ RB3)
I did buy a real bass a couple weeks ago and I have been practicing on it. I was originally holding out for an actual pro-bass peripheral, but upon hearing about the Squire being discontinued, I decided to go ahead and get a real four string. I've been practicing on it and I haven't touched Rock Band since.
I was ready to dismiss Rocksmith as not worth my time, but now I'm a little curious about how they're going to support bass.
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I have a question. I wonder if the YouRockGuitar (YRG) will work with RockSmith
That's a good question. If so, it would probably mean other synthesizers would work also, so people could play it with a keyboard for the laughs.
[QUOTE=uprkdarkwolf;4431336] but upon hearing about the Squire being discontinued, [QUOTE]
I dont believe it is, i went back to that thread to see if there was any new info, and this is the first HMX has heard about it. They're saying its something to do with Fender's manufacturing times or something or other; bottom line is, apparently they're still available at best buys, and there is no desire to discontinue the product. at least, thats what an HMX staff member (forgot who) explained.
I. Want. Placebo.