I don't think any DLC from this year even has more than 600 scores on anything. If it wouldn't have been discontinued then, it would have certainly been discontinued now.
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Yeah, I read that as him referring to official DLC on Wii.
Not to mention that wheras the PS3 gets straight ports, Wii DLC had to go through additional steps, such as re-rendering the stems out in mono, and the extra effort just wasn't worth the returns that were coming out of it.
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The Wii is full of massive security holes. I'm frankly surprised HMX is continuing to release official DLC for it at this point, considering the very high level of piracy on the system.
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What happened here is that you walked into past history without knowing it. While your question was straightforward and curious, there are non-Xbox users who apparently feel persecuted by the limited song selection available on their platform of choice, and some of them have been quite hostile and unfriendly in this forum. As a result, your question triggered a reaction of "OH GOD NOT AGAIN", even though you have done nothing to deserve it.
(P.S. Dudes, be nicer next time, mmkay?)
With that said, the responses you've received are correct:
1) Wii players are less likely to buy DLC than players on other consoles.
2) Proportionately, Wii players who buy DLC are less likely to buy RBN songs than players on other consoles.
3) Releasing RBN songs on the Wii required a massive amount of work by our audio team and producers. (PS3 conversions can be done with producer and QA attention alone, so, while they do require significant resources, they are not as labor-intensive as Wii conversions.)
We love making amazing games, and we love bringing great music to the world. These things are our passion. Passion, sadly, doesn't keep the lights on (at least, not without a seriously mad science interface). As a result, we were forced to stop releasing RBN songs on the Wii, because the player interest in these songs just couldn't justify the investment required.
HMXLachesis, What about the WiiU? Its a whole new system on par specwise with the 360/ps3. Its not your grandaddys console. lol I want blitz songs not the 3 that you guys put on the wii. You guys have shown that you are able to sell RBblitz songs for the wii without a problem from nintendo so please start treating WiiU users fairly now.