Is anyone else not ecstatic that this more or less confirms no "Beatle tax" for DLC? It all seems to be the normal prices to me.
Abbey Road is the best birthday gift ever. Harmonix usually disappoints with my birthday DLC, but this year is going to make up for all those past years
They're charging the normal price for 30 second - 1 minute songs. It's still more expensive than "normal" Rock Band DLC. On the other hand, if they are sticking to $2/song Sgt Peppers and Rubber Soul should be in line with other DLC.
I really don't mind the pricing, only because I'm going to buy full albums all around probably, but yeah it seems a bit odd to charge the norm for a 30 second song.
October 20?! Another painful wait forthcoming for sure.
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Well, it's great to see how we'll start having full albums DLC in a perfect timing to me, but Abbey Road is kinda expensive. By the way, I'll download it of course!
"In addition, purchasers of the full album download....."
So does that mean that if you only buy the medley, you can't play it through? (ie, if you do not purchase Oh! Darling and Maxwell's Silver Hammer)
And I would guess that all the songs are listed because A) they just want it to look uniform and have an entire album listed rather than only songs not on the disc, or B) perhaps you ARE buying the songs again and the dreamscape/studio/whatever video is different? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.....
awesome news. a month to go thru the whole game before the albums become a monthly thing. i agree with Captendo, perfect timing.
and i would guess A is the reason for listing all the songs, but i HOPE it's B. a consistant dreamscape or venue for the whole album would be quite awesome.
Last edited by FatWilma; 08-19-2009 at 03:51 PM.
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