Without even getting into writing off Johnny Cash as just another country pack, Harmonix have only released a total of 3 or 4 metal songs since Rock Band 3 (not counting the delayed RB2 exports), most of which are by bands that aren't geared towards this continent anyway. Your complaints are completely backwards.
I mean, I'm younger (if he is 46) and even I learned long before the game Rock Band even existed that there was a world out there that didn't quite share my musical interests. Probably best to stop feeding the troll.
And anyway, arguments like this aren't very productive. You won't convince anybody that they're musical tastes are 'bad' by anonymously posting on a forum somewhere.
He'd only be back when the Country Track Pack 02 stuff is made into DLC. (And probably without RB3 features, thus gaining more of a different type of complaints from others...)
Thank you Harmonix for having the free pack a part of RB2 instead of DLC.
Ok I am looking for the Johnny Cash Pack and I can not find it and it is January 4th, where is it ???
kinda disappointed that the free RB2 pack isn't upgraded at all
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Being a WII owner, I was disappointed to read that the WII will not get the free Harmonix pack due to Nintendo's refusal of the submitted DLC pack.
As the problem here clearly lies on Nintendo's side (or rather their DLC policy), I went ahead and wrote an email to Nintendo support, both to the German email address (email@example.com) and to Nintendo's international email (http://www.nintendo.com/corp/contact.jsp)
In my email I explained the situation, linking to hmxhenry's post (http://www.rockband.com/forums/showt...=1#post4242585). I requested they re-investigate the matter of the free DLC that both competitors (Microsoft and Sony) had no problem with publishing for their consoles, highlighting how this will both influence my decisions for future console shopping and how it will hurt WII and Nintendo.
I don't think it will do much good unless more people do the same, so I kindly ask you: If you are upset about the situation, too, please consider writing to Nintendo. Let them *know* stuff like this hurts their customers, and it will hurt Nintendo in the long run.