Webhead64;3234021 said:I'd rather spend 10 bucks and get more songs then not and get less, you dig?
Webhead64;3234591 said:Question; How do you change the name of a thread?
Ehfahq;3234602 said:Edit the first post, then go to advanced mode and you can change the title.
Plutarch;3234084 said:I have a wishy-washy opinion on the game. I like most of the setlist, I enjoy the unique look/tone that the Lego elements give it, and I think it has some neat innovations that could serve the series well as a whole (especially the album-recording element, that was great).However, even though I did say I like most of the setlist, there are 4 or 5 real stinkers (which I'll refrain from naming). This is not really a knock on LRB, but the export - For $10, I really wish I could have chosen which ones would make the transition into the Rock Band 2 library. With RB1's export, I was able to say goodbye to a couple of songs I couldn't stand playing, and I really hope an RB2export will someday allow me to say goodbye to "Visions." This "All or nothing" approach with exports (I ran into the same problem with the AC/DC pack) is pretty infuriating.
Webhead64;3234643 said:Uh oh, it only changed the post one, not the whole thread; Feedback?
davidshek;3234700 said:Once there is at least 1 reply to a thread, you can no longer change the title. Only a moderator can.
Rockox;3234691 said:That pretty much sums up my opinion to a tee. After I do the LRB export, I'll be scared as hell to do a mystery setlist in RB2. I give LRB a solid 7.
Webhead64;3234082 said:What if you have wii (That's me!:D)?
Ehfahq;3234015 said:Now compare it to RB1 and figure in that its 10 bucks cheaper.......................
Captain Zepp 07;3235150 said:Then everybody ignores you further since the Wii sucks at games besides Mario based games and even then its touchy.