Eagles were exclusive to Guitar Hero in the World Tour era. But, it's been a year and a half without either game having any Eagles songs, so who knows. They did show up in a Harmonix survey as a choice for a full band game.
yeah, i got RB3 only for pro guitars (i dont like music games with reflex buttons) and songlist was poor (comparing to GH i tried before).
and huuuge DLC isnt that good in quality(and no pro guitar for older songs)
at least they started releasing some good DLC(Doors, Bon Jovi, this week Bee Gees+BB King)
too bad only 3 songs from 10 each week have pro guitar(not that its not enough to learn for a week, but its bad if song U like is released without pro chart)
anyways i hope they will give us some more of the "greatest guitar solos" stuff (sweet child + money for nothing + pink floyd for me)
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I think perhaps the weakest thing about Rock Band 3 has been instrument support. Having so much DLC offered, and available works to provide a stark contrast to the amount of songs that are playable. Granted its only nitpicking to complain about 70 some odd songs with key support given Rock Band 1 only had 55 songs for the band in total, but it seems less than enough when you're scrolling through over 100 other songs that don't have the support. And keys probably is the worst because its so niche in the rock world. Some songs don't even have enough notes to get a 4x multiplier on expert. Granted its off set by the ability to play guitar or bass with them, but that feels disjointed on account of how disjointed the experience because guitar tracks don't play the same as key tracks.
I mean, I can understand while its frustrating and easy to complain, though things have been comparatively worse. They also hopefully will get better in time so that by the time the new year comes around, it becomes a lot more balanced.