zarlor;1967496 said:I really had no idea you had only been on that long. I had been doing a bunch of solo stuff and realized that it was starting to get a little late and nobdoby had sent me an invite in hours. So I figured I would check and see if anyone else was actually on but possibly just doing some other solo stuff like I was. I really though maybe you had been working on that drum battle that was added today or something like that. I really am sorry. Maybe next time if you see a setlist like that (or if I do and need a warmup or something) we could swap up to easy on the difficulty selection, not to choose it, but to say "Back it up and pick something else first."
Kev2380;1968319 said:Hey Zarlor, I sent you about 5-6 invites last night, you never got them? I also sent GX3 some, he sent me ones too but for some reason I can't join his sessions.
Pubknight;1968542 said:Sorry for freakin blogging in this thread, but how many people do you all have in your friends lists?I got caught up a bit in some of the craziness of the Rock Band Wii Discussion thread (which has more or less evolved into a chatroom), and added a whack of people that I have yet to ever play a single session with.I'm thinking I should favour the smaller "quality" friends list over the larger "quantity" friends list... and maybe do a purge of my pendings, and people I have never played with.Do you all have a method at all for your friends lists?
Pubknight;1968493 said:I think Mega (GX3) tends to invite, then drop his session, looking for an invite back if you are interested.More and more people seem to be doing that, because no one wants to pick the songs... but the problem is, if everyone keeps doing that, there is never a session to actually join..
Pubknight;1968493 said:I think Mega (GX3) tends to invite, then drop his session, looking for an invite back if you are interested.More and more people seem to be doing that, because no one wants to pick the songs... but the problem is, if everyone keeps doing that, there is never a session to actually join.
Kev2380;1968635 said:I got really pissed one time, because I ended a set with 2 other people I didn't know to join a session with GX3, lost 50,000fans, then I try to join and received, session is full or no longer in session. I was pretty irked. Took me awhile to find just 2 more people again.
megatron;1968735 said:Kev, really sorry about that, I wish you would have sent me a PM or something & I would have stopped. So please don't quit a session if you see an invite from me, usually just means I'm available to play if anyones got a spot. I wish there was a better way to communicate, I'd say the % of invites I'm actually able to join is around 10% (either full or session is no longer available). From now on, I'll stay in a session for a few minutes after I send out an invite. Again, sorry Kev, no hard feelings?
zarlor;1968983 said:Well, you young whipper-snapper, I been gamin' since the early days with things like Pong and the Atari and Intellivision. I even had a little computer called the Sinclair 2000 that had all of 2K of memory in it that I had to program my own games onto to play anything on it! Did I mention the walking 2 miles to school in the snow, and that it was uphill both ways? (The worst part of it, is that's also true, the last leg of my walk to and from high school were uphill and I lived in Littleton, Colorado at the time which is certainly a lot hillier than here in New Orleans.)
megatron;1969609 said:Pre-internet gaming = wasting hours on a game like Zelda just setting bombs at every location on every screen trying to find hidden items/entrances. How long did you get stuck on some of these games trying figure out the trigger to the next level or how to beat some chump like King Hippo?