Rocksmith DLC 11/15 – Rock Hits 1970’s

Just when you thought that the Rocksmith news today was over, Facebook posted an update which revealed the next three songs to be released!

The post also confirms that DLC will be bi-weekly.

Rock Hits 1970′s (Singles):

Of course one thing is troubling, the lack of any kind of mention of a “pack” which means this DLC will cost you $9.00. However this is offset by the warm fuzzy feeling we’ll all get finally playing “Jessica” outside of the cover version on Guitar Hero 2.

It may be awhile for videos of the songs to show up but definitely subscribe to @elisoncrz (youtube) and 1983electric for the latest videos!

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amak
amak
November 14, 2011 10:28 am

Please for the rest of us that enjoy all music games, stop the fanboyism. I enjoy RB, GH, Rocksmith, and dance games. Whatever happened to playing these games for the music, not for the name on the box. :/

Leonardo Storti
Leonardo Storti
November 9, 2011 10:44 am

Man, those songs should have been released as the last bits of DLC for Guitar Hero, instead Rockcock gets them, how lame is this….god dman it

BRING GH BACK I DONT CARE FOR ROCKSMITH……GH FTW FOREVER!

aaron
aaron
November 11, 2011 4:28 am

Having played both, GH pales in comparison to playing on a real guitar with Rocksmith. I say keep GH berried where it belongs

ganzo
ganzo
November 13, 2011 8:14 pm

Rocksmith is the best game ever!
i never really liked GH, that was for little kids, and teens who had too much time to loose!!!
but yeah, 3.00 a song seems a little too expensive for me

pancho
pancho
November 1, 2011 12:52 pm

Anyone else feels like $3 per son is a bit expensive considering that they're just charting the guitar (up to this point)?

Kevin
Kevin
November 2, 2011 4:33 am
Reply to  pancho

It doesn't seem too bad to me.
I mean, if you're a RB player and wanted to play the Pro Guitar chart on dlc, you'd be spending $3 a track also.

Chris
Chris
November 4, 2011 3:50 pm
Reply to  pancho

Considering that the dynamic difficulty means they're charting more than the standard difficulty levels sometimes up to 20 different versions of a phrase and the fact that they need to help determine how many levels each phrase should have it's actually quite a bit more work then just charting a song and calling it a day.

morgajel
morgajel
November 6, 2011 12:19 pm
Reply to  pancho

I break it down this way:

$3/track vs. $1.50/track
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buying a handful of good songs vs. buying every song.

I'm guessing cheaper songs would result in me buying far more and trigger my pokemon reflex.

Ed Tanguy EWE
Ed Tanguy EWE
November 1, 2011 10:30 am

I live in EU… so no Rocksmith for AGES… i also only have a Wii… and i don't really have any money….

But i want this so bad D: