Last edited by HMXMister_Game; 07-19-2009 at 11:34 AM. Reason: I are good spellur
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How is this all going to work for online play? Currently, as it is, all people in your online party have to have a song downloaded for it to be playable over XBL. With this new system there's going to be TONS of songs. How are these going to be playable online? From what it looks like now we're NEVER going to get to play ANY of these songs online. Is that just an unavoidable disadvantage of having so many tracks or are there plans for a workaround?
[ ] U2 [ ] Sheryl Crow [ ] Cracker [ ] Springsteen [ ]The Pogues
[ ] Cage the Elephant [ ] Neil Young [ ] P-Funk [ ] Heart [X]RUN-DMC [X] MeatLoaf
So from what I understand this is for people who want to do it themselves. But, the idea of having separate stores still seems confusing to me, especially if big name artists and record labels have this power also. Indie stuff I understand, but now this just seems kind of unnecessary. Do people who really get a lot of attention on RBN have their songs re-charted by Harmonix and put in the Music Store? By that I mean does this act as a sort of waiting list to get onto the Music Store, a sort of "prove your worth"?
Where'd You Go is a great start, but I would like more Ska please .
So it appears that the lack of covers is strategically a good thing but how exactly is that going to be enforced?
We've Got The Fever To Tell,
More Yeah Yeah Yeahs for Rock Band
I thought this would be US-only (for making/uploading,) but it still sucks.
It sort of boggles me how much emphasis/questioning is being put on cover songs given the immense feedback and lashback against them from the early days of Rock Band.
I mean, back in the day people were boycotting them, and blasting the idea at every turn.