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Average User Score: 9.3Jun 21, 2015I gave a low-rated review earlier which was unfair, I had only played a couple hours. Since then I've found that if I turn off the sharpnessI gave a low-rated review earlier which was unfair, I had only played a couple hours. Since then I've found that if I turn off the sharpness setting in the graphics menu, the visuals are much better and less aliased. Anti-aliasing can't be fine-tuned much so keep that in mind. More importantly perhaps, is that I connected my xbox 360 controller for the game, which it clearly was designed for because it makes everything more enjoyable for me. Changed score.. I'm not big into RPG games but this does it very well.
For reference I'm playing with Nvidia 970 GTX, and I have all settings on ultra except hairworks and foliage distance (high).. with these settings I get 75 FPS (max for my monitor w/ v-sync) at 1080p, with dips to 70fps occasionally.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.2Nov 8, 2011I was excited about this game but didn't quite know what to expect from it. After my third day of Rocksmithing, I can say that it has totallyI was excited about this game but didn't quite know what to expect from it. After my third day of Rocksmithing, I can say that it has totally beat my expectations. I became completely addicted from the instant I started playing; literally only limited by how much pain I can withstand from the blisters developing on my fingers.
It's awesome to see real progress as I play. For instance, on one of the fretting mini-games, I managed maybe 5000pts the first day.. the second day I managed to get nearly 400,000pts on the same game as my muscle memory improved.
The cable is a bit expensive ($30), but it's worth it, really. Of course this software has flaws, as anyone should reasonably expect from a 1st gen product. Maybe we'll see improvements in the coming months via updates. Regardless, I'll be getting Rocksmith 2 in the future I'm sure.… Expand