Elfreako, Nintendo hasn't given North American gamers any notable updates to the Mii Channel since that one that lets you link Personal Trainer Fitness on your DS to your wii so you can use your Mii.
They initially stated that they might add more Mii parts, but they never did.
On another note, your Mii's clothes are influenced by the game you are playing. So if there is a mode where you can use your Mii in Rock Band Beatles, then its up to Harmonix to design the clothes your Mii will wear in their game.
And as many other posters have pointed out, the $10 export fee is optional. If you'd rather not pay it please feel free to enjoy the game on disc.
Remember when you could only play games on discs (or *gasp* cartridges)? I think discussions like this provide an interesting commentary on the status of export in video games. How many games currently offer export? How many games offer export for free? How many games / titles / developers regularly include export features with the intent of unifying the world of those games? Do you think export will be a key feature in the future of gaming?
surely, technically speaking, if you were the first to rent the particular copy of a game you could export it. But why not just buy the game, It looks great!
Bring on the keyboard!
I can't wait for my $49 annual subscription to RB:XM so I can stream DLC to my console for the purpose of playing. Unlimited song selection, no HD space to consume. Can search for online partners that have the same subscription level I do! WIN:WIN:WIN!!!!
Pretty sure only music games offer the ability to export content, and to my knowledge Harmonix was the first to do so.
Lego Rock band has alot of features that are exclusive to it, so I don't know why anyone would sell it to EBgames after exporting the songs. If its ability to customize the tour van and band room is anything like the editor in Lego Racers for N64 then I will be very happy.
I for one like cartridges. They last forever. (Aside from the battery backed up memory. However my Super Mario World cartridge still hasn't lost my save data.)
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Breakneck speed is pretty much the the Rock Band player's equivalent to heroin. - MaGna720
I cant wait for the day we go back to them. Discs are a pain.
And look at how much memory you can put on something the size of a cornflake nowadays.