Hmmm, not much of a country fan, but would have gotten Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash if they had pro guitar. No worries - still looking forward to Stevie Wonder!
I'm not a big fan of country music, but as with any genre there are some FUN songs out there. I've played with vocalists who really shine in the genre so I will at least be cherry-picking if not downloading the whole pack.
Weird Al Yankovich DLC please?
PSN ID: SilverSpg
Total Song Library = 1,010 songs, including ALL games and track packs that can be exported into RB3
2. You are assuming I only play with people that do not have the track pack? Of course I can continue to play those songs with friends if they have them, and not with any that didn't, nor anyone who gets only the new versions. However, I am not limited to playing with only my "bandmates". I spend a good amount of time online and find new people all the time, so it will now be possible that we both have these songs, but think the other does not, because they are incompatible.
3. Maybe not obsolete. They are still playable. But again, given the pack came out after RB3 release, it's a bit of a burn.
Bottom line....I'll be spending 20 more bucks for the same songs I bought NEW 6 months ago.
Wanna Play? GT=Bandaddy
1500+ songs and counting
Blow yer' harmonica son
HMX can't pay the bills (or even execute a decent business model) with "the principle", and I can't buy new tracks with "the principle". I'm not factoring that into the equation, though I do understand why someone would choose not to buy any more track packs or support this release as a result of "the principle". I get and support the emotional reaction, but my discussion is based on the practical.
"It's much easier to enjoy this game when you don't blindly write off all music from the past 32 years." - SirDavidTLynch
And on a side note, I supported the Queen upgrades with my wallet as having Keys and Harmonies in Killer Queen was awesome. I did not buy the other Queen pack cause I wasn't really a fan of those songs.
Song Total: 1,132 (Last updated: The Day The Music Died)