Content Filter should've been in game option.

eke826seke826s Road Warrior
edited November 2009 in LEGO: Rock Band
I absolutely love Lego Rock Band and my wife is more excited to play a Rock Band game than ever before. While I'm not nearly as mad about the content filter as some people are, I do think it is the biggest problem with the game.

My wish is that the content filter had been an in game option with some kind of parental control. The Lego Music store wouldn't even have to show the songs, but at least give you the ability to pull in what you want. I still have a lot of songs to play, but it's just so surprising that only about 50% of the songs I have pull in.

Anyway, it could've been done a little better and avoided all the complaints, but regardless the game is awesome, super fun, and will have a lot of play time from me.

Comments

  • T-HybridT-Hybrid Washed Up
    edited November 2009
    First off, if you allow people to disable the "filter", then the game can't be rated E and thus isn't a family-friendly. Thus defeating the purpose of ever making it in the first place.

    Second, you couldn't have said this in any one of the other million "The filter sucks" threads?

    And finally, what is with all of the "OMG FILTER!" threads anyway? The feature was well documented prior to release. If you didn't like it, you shouldn't have bought the game.
  • edited November 2009
    This really didn't need its own thread. Please join the discussion in an existing thread about the filter.
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