Tubbs has a new home
We need another week like last December, minus the ramen pack
91 out of 511 songs on my 2009 Wishlist are down! tinyurl.com/2009DLC
46 out of 487 songs on my 2010 Wishlist are down! tinyurl.com/2010DLC
I figured chart success and album/singles sales also factored in(the rest I knew did). I remember having a disagreement with someone over this.Okay, so you've identified one of at least a dozen factors we use to license DLC. But what about submissions in Song Request? Or in the RB Dashboard? Or how many email requests we get? Or what the chart position was? Or how many singles the track sold? Or how willing the label was to release it? Or if releasing it opens the doors to releasing more content from that label?
AKA Nickelback syndrome.The forums represent a single digit percentage of the RB community, and sometimes what's popular here isn't popular with the vast majority of people buying DLC. And sometimes what's unpopular on the forums ends up being some of the best selling DLC.
My guess for debut position on the 360 is the 1300s for AvA, 1400s for Owl City, and 1600s for QotSA.If more people are requesting certain bands and genres and more people are buying certain bands and genres, we'll put more effort into getting more for those bands and genres. I'm very curious to see how well this DLC sells given the negativity on the forums. Every DLC announcement and release is a learning experience, even when the reaction in certain pockets of the community is negative. We'll continue to crunch the numbers, monitor the feedback and push ahead to the next week.
Originally Posted by Gamertag