For me, I don't care. I love the validation of a computer that is incapable of knowing my feelings, much less taking them into account, telling me that I sang something really well. Extremely satisfying.
It's spelled "Squier." Stop spelling it like someone who is in training to be a knight.
I saw Mellencamp in concert last year or so ago (with Dylan about 5 minutes from my house -- pretty cool) and I have a whole new respect for him as a vocalist. He had an obvious head cold -- kept wiping his nose on his shirt and hacking phlegm on the stage -- but still sounded great, particularly on an a capella version he did of one of his new songs. I've never tried singing him in a rhythm game since we don't have him in RB (and he's a relatively more modern guy who I'd love to see in RB) but it could be in part that he's just hard to sing.
What was that saying? Oh yeah, difficult does not always equal fun. And many many people hated the gh vocals(at least prior to gh5). Seems like that saying applies pretty well here.
Originally Posted by Gamertag
I think GH vocals is just terrible. The "harder" argument doesn't work as I have FC'd "Monkey Wrench" and "Everlong" on their respective GH games all the time but haven't FC'd either on RB.
yea, that's just one of the fanboy nonsenses... they do sometimes have more or faster buttons but harder is perspective based... Fanboys killed GH... which killed the genre. no competition = no improvements.
500+ Rock Band songs/exports/bonusDLC
200+ Guitar Hero songs/exports/bonusDLC