Mike Scott, San Diego, CA, USA (XBL: MikeHellion, PSN: MarcHellion)
When searching for other players online in Quickplay, have an option for a player to set a priority on if whether or not he/she prefers to be the host of the session before connecting to another player. The settings can be either "yes", "no", or "don't care".
If two players have the same setting, the leader is chosen at random.
This will reduce the amount of tugs-o-war over babysitting rights like it has been for fighting over guitar/bass/keys... And invitations.
i prefer the host to be the one with the best connection
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Some very basic requests:
1) Some new DLC costumes/hair/etc for avatars?
2) A way to take an upload screenshots to my xbox live account (so I don't have to run cables around to my PC's tuner?).
3) Jukebox-performance mode (yeah, I've figured out a configuration to do a 99% version but that just means it would be easy to add one single 'button' for the mode).
2. Compatibility issues between those that have DLC character parts and those who don't
3. Why bother if it just eats up more submission space and time they prefer to use for songs?
Rumors of licensing that canned this back in RB2. When you're licensing music, you have to specify how you're going to use it. That's why songs had to be relicensed for RB3 versions, or why some songs don't make the transfer to DVDs after being in the TV episode. Harmonix has specified the instrument workings in contracts(presumably), so it's a ***** and a half to retrofit 3,600 songs at this point to play on their own.3) Jukebox-performance mode (yeah, I've figured out a configuration to do a 99% version but that just means it would be easy to add one single 'button' for the mode).
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Last edited by Oddbrother; 04-01-2012 at 02:23 AM.
able to add/subtract songs to a created setlist and able to play that setlist with shuffle on.
I would like to know what is wrong with my PS3 copy of Rock Band 3. For a while, I have been unable to access the Training mode or look at my career because when I try, it just stays "loading". In fact, whenever I unlock a trophy or an "achievement", the game just stays in that screen until the whole system is reset (I've tried it up to 30 min and it just stays there, loading). On several occasions, its had to recover it data from back up.
I was told that deleting everything might solve the issue and that's what I did. I erased all the PS3 files (have to re-download everything again) and the saved data. I tried to access all the training mode and career and again, frozen. In fact, when I calibrated it and got the first achievement, it stayed loading for 15 min until I reset it. Then I added the update and same thing.
I'd like to know what's going on. This is the only game I have where this is an issue. All other games (including Rock Band, Rock Band 2 and The Beatles: Rock Band) work perfectly but this one doesn't.
As you all may know, I was the biggest complainer for the longest time here. That's all because RB3 raised my expectations, only to fall far short.
I'm really looking forward to Rock Band Blitz, because I know what to expect - a fun little arcade game. I don't mind that it doesn't have characters and a deep tour, because it's an arcade game. RB3's goal system would probably work great for an arcade title like this.
I can wait for RB4, especially because the new consoles are on the horizon, and maybe the radical redirection will need their power. RBB will probably make the wait more bearable. Just don't let me down with RB4, or you may find the offices filled with Nickelback CDs, print-outs of RB3-style leaderboards saying "You don't deserve a rank", and bobbleheads, all charred by the Flames of Failure, along with a broken record as my calling card.
Also, "Pentatonic" is really not all that bad a font, now that you guys have shoved it down my throat for so long. It's just offensive to the eyes in all-caps, so come up with another font if you want to use all-caps in the UI, and add lowercase letters to the art maker in RB4.
We've ended on a sour note:
Still...thank you for the music
I'd like the ability to edit my character's appearance after I've already created them. For example.
I made a couple characters in the game that looked great in the editor, but then I got into actual gameplay and their faces look really weird. I just want to be able to go back in and tweak things like their face, height, and weight.
Not the biggest issue, I know. But it would save me a ton of time because I wouldn't have to remake a character from scratch if I mess up one little thing.
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