Backbeat60-62;2810238 said: Instead of a game with just one band, how about a game based on psychedelic '60s. There are so many one-hit wonder bands from the '60s that you see on collections that if put together would make great music in a game. (Check out collections like the "Nuggets" series). Rock Band: Nuggets of the psychedelic '60s.
zepplinmike;2809733 said:I think Pink Floyd would lend itself best to a game specifically for them. They already have a lot of imagery to work with for dreamscape-type things. Also, it'd be a great way to get the songs as intended cuz they could include several full albums (Dark Side, Wish You Were Here, Animals, the Wall, and maybe others).I'd prefer, however, that no other band get their own 'platform' like the Beatles, meaning that the songs are non-exportable and DLC is non-compatible.
Andyy;2811610 said:Oh god please let it be Nickelback, please please please.
i_c_weiner;2811669 said:... *facepalm*
Sgt.Pepper;2811713 said:Facepalm aswell, as a Nickelback game would surely be terrible.
i_c_weiner;2811549 said:There is certain criteria that has to be met for a band to be worthy of a full game, which are history, change, breadth, and legacy. Those are:Led ZeppelinPink FloydDavid BowieQueenThe WhoThe Rolling Stones
cherokeesam;2811842 said:I do not ever, EVER want to see another band standalone game, for RB *OR* GH, because every band that gets this treatment is one LESS band that will EVER join the setlist mix of bands 'n' songs that are part of the music platform HMX has been so faithful to. But I just wanted to point out that, by your own standards, you seem to have put the blinders on as far as bands that have history, change, breadth and legacy. In addition to those you listed: Black Sabbath/Ozzy Osbourne/Ronnie James DioU2Elvis PresleyElton JohnMichael JacksonMadonnaPrinceLynyrd SkynyrdJudas PriestIron MaidenThe EaglesGuns N RosesJohnny CashABBABob MarleyBruce SpringsteenDepeche ModeBob DylanFleetwood MacGenesis/Peter Gabriel/Phil Collins