MistressMissy;190558 said:The Story is up on G4 too!
saunderse4;190578 said:I have sent an email also to Activision but I also think we should express our disappointment to Sony as well. Maybe if we complain to Sony it will help try to get a resolution to this issue. I know Sony is not to blame here but they sure could help things.
WarMajik;190621 said:- Agreed.. why isnt Sony insisting, no wait, DEMANDING that Activision make the guitars compatible. If suXBOX users can choose their guitars why cant PS3 owners !? Once again Ps3 owners are not being considered.
jeff1920;190642 said:Now this is bad business ethics and they are responsible this has to create a ton of back lash and them to lose alot of money to realize that this makes people mad.I sold all my activision games eccept cod 4.
baduela;190640 said:Somebody needs to digg this thread!!
Quastor;190654 said:As much as want to encourage people to email Activision and call tech support, as Sean said, these really aren't the decision makers. They can't do anything about it but send it up to their manager, who might pass it along to their manager, repeated about 6-7 maybe 10 times.Want to really get to the right people? Target their Board of Directors and shareholders. These are the people that can influence Activision to change, as they've already shown they could give two ****s about their consumers.What I would love to see is a Harmonix-backed fund to raise money to take out a full page ad in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal with an open letter to Activision's Board of Directors explaining the situation and asking for a reversal of this decision. I know, I know, no one wants to drop even more money in this mess, but I certainly think it would be a most effective way of getting the point across. And I say Harmonix backed, as I'm not so sure many people would trust a random Joe to collect the money and follow through with the ad (Just to give you an idea, a full page black and white ad in the NYT runs about $165k).Just a thought, but I certainly see this as being a large statement to Activision.
hellshound38;190687 said:while i would like to fully beleive activision is behind thisi just dont know if we shouldi mean first off, if you guys are saying you promote open standards to strongly, why dosnt my strat work with guitar hero 1?wasnt that the first "standard?"so basicly you just made up a new standard and complain.make a patch that makes guitar hero 1 and 2 work with your guitarand maybe then i will beleive you
Lareden;190646 said:Because unlike neo-nazi-Microsoft, Sony lets developers do whatever the hell they want. I like freedom 'cause it sorts out the pricks (Activision) from the good decent human beings (Harmonix).
hmxsean;190723 said:How would that work? The GH I & II on PS2? Rock Band for PS2 isn't even out yet. I am confused what your issue is regarding this.