|Nov 18, 2012, 08:21 PM||#1|
Who's playing Rocksmith?
Anybody playing Rocksmith via Boot Camp?
#1: I've read it's a decent way to learn guitar: true or false?
#2: Any suggestions on how much storage to allocate to a Boot Camp partition containing Rocksmith + a modest slice of downloadable extras?
#3: Am I likely to experience technical or performance issues on an MBA 2011 or 2012?
|Nov 19, 2012, 11:06 AM||#2|
I have Rocksmith for PS3. Yes, it's awesome. I've been trying to learn guitar for 20+ years. I just haven't found a way to keep me going. Rocksmith is changing that. It's very motivational and a blast to play. I highly recommend it.
I tried running the game in Windows via Parallels on my 2009 iMac and the input lag was too much. As soon as the new iMacs ship I will buy one and set up a Boot Camp partition and run Rocksmith natively in Windows from there. Bummer I'll have to reboot every time I want to play the "game."
I'll keep wishing for a native Mac version of Rocksmith and use the Windows & PS3 versions in the meantime.
Sorry I don't have answers to #2 and #3.
|Nov 28, 2012, 06:50 PM||#3|
I took the plunge on your recommendation, LagunaSol -- bought a copy on Black Friday to go with the just-arrived refurb 2012 MBA i7.
Just getting started with the game, but so far so good. There's a small bit of audio lag with the guitar but nothing crazy. I don't notice it in the games but it is apparent in Soundcheck mode.
The install (Win 7 Home Premium, antivirus software, Steam, Rocksmith) is presently taking about 42 GB of my 60 GB BootCamp partition.
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