zeoavenger;3223576 said:This kind of parent is what's wrong with America. Wants to do the least amount possible to actually be a parent. Like going into a menu enabling parental controls is such a burden. Lazy ass people.
zeoavenger;3223635 said:That's true but the MA-13 rating on the cover (done by the VRC) is what led to that code existing. It's a different time.I doubt an unlocking of the filter would do much for this game though. It wouldn't be like MK back in the 90's. Most of the kids 10 or older that would play this game already have RB2 hence having DLC to begin with. This filter is just an inconvienence to everyone except lazy parents.
raahsnavj;3223353 said:I think the filter is bull as well. Worst case, there should be an option in the Extras menu to enable / disable the filter - using a password if they really want to get fancy.My #1 con to this game is that it doesn't allow me to take my DLC with me into it. What is worse is 'some' of it goes though, so then you have a mess trying to figure out what is going to go and what isn't, so you just gamble and find 50% doesn't... it is disappointing.
Toodooloo;3224085 said:Because if you've bought these songs on RB2 before you already know that they're not really suited for kids anyway.
Heat;3224541 said:Damn Right, anyone whose got over 150 DLC like me, will be absolutelygutted because of the money we've spent. :mad:
k-mac;3223854 said:The easiest solution is export the songs to RB2 and then you have all your DLC to play.
monkeyfish;3223994 said:This kind of gamer is what's wrong with America. Wants to do the least amount possible to actually be a gamer. Like going into a menu exporting songs is such a burden. Lazy ass people.
Toodooloo;3224085 said:I don't really get the point of this filter.I mean, what it does is 'forbid' you to play certain DLC songs on lego rock band.But, if you bought Hammer Smashed Face as DLC when it came out on Rock Band, no matter how old you are, you're probably buying it with the idea of actually PLAYING it at some point, and when you play it, regardless of what game it's on (regular rock band etc), you'll hear the swearing/grunting/blahblah anyway. Because if you've bought these songs on RB2 before you already know that they're not really suited for kids anyway.
Dino1626;3224782 said:All I can say is WOW. :rolleyes: Yes, I bought Hammer Smashed Face for RB2. Yes, I do play the song. Yes, I know that it is not really suited for kids. But, now when my young son/daughter, niece/nephew, etc.... wants to play Rockband, I throw in LEGO Rockband and don't have to worry about any of that. That's the point of the filter. If I want to play the songs (that are NOT suited for kids), I throw in RB2 and play whatever I want.
A singer in a smoky room A smell of wine and cheap perfume
Ehfahq;3224805 said:Stop making sense. It confuses people.
General Lein979;3224851 said:Or at least lighten it up a bit. Example Don't stop believing isn't playable in lego because of this line. A singer in a smoky roomA smell of wine and cheap perfume
General Lein979;3224851 said:Don't stop believing isn't playable in lego because of this line.
ghostofjarjar;3225024 said:Or you can just be responsible and monitor their actions, or explain its just MUSIC. Irresponsible parents are the reason for parental advisory stickers and censorship.
Perfxion;3226039 said:Just because YOU want to play them in a CHILD'S game does not mean that everyone else wants the same action as YOU. Developers saw it a different way.
Perfxion;3226039 said:This is first and foremost a CHILD'S game.
vgeric;3226150 said:Don't know why "There's No Other Way" by Blur isn't acceptable... the lyrics are completely harmless and Blur are in the game...Just my 2 cents,E