How about Beatles fans who own a current gaming console and have enough disposable income, but choose not to spend said money because they don't want the artistic visuals, historic venues, or Beatles avatars performing the songs. There's legitimate reasons for a Beatles fan not to buy the game, but I don't consider exporting to be one of them.
I'm a Beatles fan, but there are tons of Beatles-related things that I don't have for one reason or another, even though I do have the money to buy them.
I know a lot of you guys want to believe that EVERYBODY in this day and age plays video games. However, there are still many who don't, and who probably never will. GASP!! SHOCKING!! The remasters sold INCREDIBLY well, and that's because Beatle fans love the music, first and foremost.
But none of this really matters. All I was saying is that just because the guy that posted earlier didn't buy the game doesn't mean he's not a Beatles fan. It doesn't matter if he already owned a console or not, the fact that you said that was essentially saying that the other tens of millions of Beatles fans who didn't buy this game weren't actually Beatles fans either, which is obviously a ridiculous thing to say. But you took the whole discussion on another tangent by saying the average Beatles fan doesn't know of or care about exporting. While that is probably true, it has nothing to do with what I was originally saying when I responded to you (or when I responded to SirDavidTLynch for that matter) and I don't know why you brought any of it up.