Rocksmith 2014 Edition Crack/Patch

Rocksmith 2014 Edition Rocksmith 2014 Edition lets players plug in any electric guitar or bass directly into your system and begin learning guitar with the Rocksmith Method.

Download Rocksmith 2014 Edition Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 91 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1949
Genre Action, Miscellaneous, Rhythm, Music
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Ubisoft

Rocksmith 2014 Edition reviews ( 6 )

SwitSwat, Oct 24, 2013

Like its predecessor, it managed to keep me glued to my seat, guitar in hand, and rocking along. It's pretty much the same as the original, though they added some new minigames, a few more options for learning songs, missions, and a cool feature called 'Session Mode' where you can select any instruments to include in your band and while you play along, the AI instruments play along with you depending on your tempo, rhythm and tone. It has a decent setlist at the moment, but I'm sure it'll get even better with more DLC to come on the way. 10/10

AzureX120, Jan 21, 2014

I've been playing guitar off and on for about 7 years and I really like that I can just work my way through songs. It's makes it me want to take more time away from whatever else I have to do to get back into music. The game works well through steam, and the uplay setup isn't too cumbersome. Haven't had any issues with lag or setup as reported in some reviews and I have not played the original. It did annoy me that the strings are reversed in contrast to regular tab layout, but that can be changed in settings, and I highly recommend that. Also I don't really care for the guitarcade things, but the tracklist is excellent. Session mode is an absolute blast as well.

EpicRenaissance, Nov 10, 2013

As an amateur guitar player myself, I am truly amazed at this piece of software. Things that are usually a pain in the ass to practice like scales and riffs are made really fun here!

crazylegsjim, Nov 24, 2013

more of a tool then a game (cliche like a f***) but am giving it 9/10 from the only reason and that reason is critical, game about guitars and no Jimmy Hendrix, W.T.F. is this seriously

MattEzekiel, Apr 2, 2016

It's a good software to practice NOT to learn. The software don't catch all the sounds or chords that you make, for example when I'm playing Losing My Religion from R.E.M. there is a chord G that never catch me. The game has too poor songs, and if you want more songs to play you has to pay it (as always ubisoft). And I get surprise there are not Metallica's songs or Tool's song or any good band with blowing solos

wegie125, Nov 15, 2017

When I started thinking about making a review for this game I was planning to give it an eight. Although after I further thought about it I realized that this game doesn't really have many flaws that I could point out. Ubisoft didn't manage to ruin this one. I actually never payed for the game since I just used my brothers copy though. The game itself runs smoothly, has plenty of DLC, and is accurate to what you play. Not only is this fun to play with guitar but it is also really fun to rock out with the bass in this game. Ubisoft managed a real life rockband that teaches the guitar so well that anyone can pick it up and that's pretty magical in itself