View Full Version : Rock Band's DLC Pwns Guitar Hero III
11-09-2007, 09:27 AM
Guitar Hero III, we barely knew ye. Less than a week from release and you are already getting teabagged by Rock Band. I know you sold a lot of copies, but you will have to up your game for your next outing. New Rock Band DLC not including previously announced Nirvana, Grateful Dead, [...]
11-09-2007, 11:50 AM
If they get the pricing right on this, it will be game over.
11-09-2007, 06:18 PM
Having said that. I will be buying Radiohead at pretty well any price. I have a feeling they just might get the pricing right. They know what people hated about GHII and now GHIII's packs, and they are already a step ahead by also offering singles along with artist packs. If the singles are $2, and an album $10-12 I think that would be ideal.
Sure buying everything would be insanely expensive, but if you really want everything you are already crazy enough to pay for it. Normal people will buy the stuff they like and that is it.
CD's aren't worth my money. I don't listen to enough current music to care about the latest album, and the music I currently own or acquired is more than enough. Radiohead's latest album release was a stroke of genius, and I hope we learn that it was a financial success for the band as well.
Right now the only thing that would have me buy an album of a band I enjoyed would be a Rock Band album.
Anyway, I am rambling because I am bored at work and trying to kill the last hour.
11-09-2007, 06:27 PM
I haven't listened to much radio head. I did like the song creep and another single or two they had in the past. Their recent album was good? I may have to try and find it.
11-09-2007, 06:32 PM
Google Radiohead Rainbow (I know the album's title has Rainbow in it), they released the album digitally and posted it on their website. You click to download, and they ask you how much you want to pay for it. From $0-1000's it is up to you.
I haven't sat and just listened to the album, so I can't give solid thumbs up or down. I like their slower stuff like Creep and the like. (But I like most bands slower stuff, example NIN)
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