The sense of this game?

iuggiboyiuggiboy Unsigned
edited December 2009 in LEGO: Rock Band
Point 1: Nobody is interested is seeing bricks making rock, everyone bought this game to use it as a track pack.
Point 2: Users found problems in the game as freezing and so on.
Point 3: EU and AUS Users got problems in exporting songs caused by a new way to obtain a key.

Wasn't better to release a Mega Pop track pack instead of this unuseful and badly developed game??

Comments

  • jimburyjimbury Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    1. lots of people are interested in anything lego related, its continued popularity is evidence of that
    2. no problems here so far so i can't really comment further
    3. i'm eu and my export worked first time with no problems whatsoever

    effectively it is a mega pop track pack if you choose to treat it as such, take what you want from it.

    there is definitely a place for this game, its very kid friendly and will draw in people who may otherwise have no interest in rhythm games, but who may - once introduced - move on to other similar games, thereby increasing the overall user base, which can only be a good thing
  • Rich T.Rich T. Rising Star
    edited November 2009
    iuggiboy;3289517 said:
    Point 1: Nobody is interested is seeing bricks making rock, everyone bought this game to use it as a track pack.
    Point 2: Users found problems in the game as freezing and so on.
    Point 3: EU and AUS Users got problems in exporting songs caused by a new way to obtain a key.

    Wasn't better to release a Mega Pop track pack instead of this unuseful and badly developed game??
    Point 1. I, and many others, appreciate the humor and fun of the Lego games and bought it because it's a truly funny combo of two great ideas. Wii owners can't even export at all! :)

    Point 2. The Wii version didn't crash or freeze on me or my family during the entire lengthy story mode. It was one of the most fun gameplay experiences we've had this year.

    Point 3. N/A

    If you think great fun and awesome Lego humor is "unuseful," go buy another product: It's clearly not for you. This game's made a lot of folks of all ages very happy.
  • JixzerJixzer Hillbilly Deluxe
    edited November 2009
    1. Iuggiboy can't see past his own nose and assumes since he can't see the use for it, nobody can.

    Grow up.
  • CONAN9845CONAN9845 Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    They didn't release it. Besides, $60 for a 45 song track pack, if that's what you want. What's the problem?
  • PubknightPubknight Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    iuggiboy;3289517 said:
    Wasn't better to release a Mega Pop track pack instead of this unuseful and badly developed game??
    No.

    Aren't opinions fun?
  • jimburyjimbury Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    opinions are like arseholes, everyone's got one and they all stink

    edit: thats just my opinion though
  • JdurgitJdurgit Banned
    edited November 2009
    I know! How DARE they make something that will earn the company a nice profit and be fun for families around the world who don't want death-metal/screamo/vulgarity filled songs all the time. In addition, how inconsiderate that they didn't ask you for your opinion first and only release songs that you like no matter how obscure they are. What a stupid idea! [/sarcasm]
  • MushroomMushroom Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    I wanna play as Lego, I like the Lego games, I enjoy their humour, and I love character creation systems, so I want to see how this turns out. Lego Queen and Lego Spinal Tap look awesome too.

    Sure, a track pack would have worked, but it would have been a lot less interesting, and.. oh yeah.. other than the first two, the track packs haven't seen the light of day in the UK, so I wouldn't ever get any of the songs, unless they were DLC which would be a hell of a lot more expensive.
  • IanC14IanC14 Unsigned
    edited November 2009
    Mushroom;3290557 said:
    I wanna play as Lego, I like the Lego games, I enjoy their humour, and I love character creation systems,
    What this fine fellow said.
  • BallisticJunkfoodBallisticJunkfood Headliner
    edited November 2009
    iuggiboy;3289517 said:
    Point 1: Nobody is interested is seeing bricks making rock, everyone bought this game to use it as a track pack.
    Point 2: Users found problems in the game as freezing and so on.
    Point 3: EU and AUS Users got problems in exporting songs caused by a new way to obtain a key.
    Point 1: It's been made clear that a lot of people enjoy the aspect of Lego figures playing music. Just cause you're not interested, doesn't mean nobody is.
    Point 2: I haven't seen or heard of any such problems, nor have I experienced any such problems.
    Point 3: I haven't heard of any region specific complaints with the export.
    iuggiboy said:
    Wasn't better to release a Mega Pop track pack instead of this unuseful and badly developed game??
    Very few people would buy a Mega Pop track pack, but thousands of people are very happy to buy Lego Rock Band. I'd venture to say that Lego is better.
  • IanC14IanC14 Unsigned
    edited November 2009
    Lego Rock Band isn't a "mega pop" game. It has a similar mix of music to the main Rock Band games. Some pop rock, some rock, a side order of emo, country, glam rock and even some metal.

    It's a nice mix.
  • TheRockLegendTheRockLegend Opening Act
    edited November 2009
    Is this game even that good?
    and why can it only have family songs?
    That sucks!
  • SonicRocker15XSonicRocker15X Headliner
    edited November 2009
    TheRockLegend;3292663 said:
    Is this game even that good?
    and why can it only have family songs?
    That sucks!
    Um... Family friendly games only have family friendly songs, smart one.
    And yes it is good.
    If you like Jimi Hendrix, Queen, Elton John, Spinal Tap, and Europe it's good at least.
  • Lawdog1521Lawdog1521 Squirrel Chasing Expert
    edited November 2009
    The games fun, that’s the point.

    Now if you want something that doesn’t make sense, what’s the deal with that fake food they put in refrigerators on the show floor? As if I didn’t t know the freezer half was for frozen peas.
  • koolwankkoolwank Opening Act
    edited November 2009
    Lawdog1521;3293414 said:
    The games fun, that’s the point.

    Now if you want something that doesn’t make sense, what’s the deal with that fake food they put in refrigerators on the show floor? As if I didn’t t know the freezer half was for frozen peas.
    Why would a Wookiee - an eight foot tall Wookiee - want to live on Endor with a bunch of two foot tall Ewoks? That does not make sense.

    Lego Rock Band is awesome!
  • rocker820rocker820 Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    Band Hero was just a full price track pack, it was exactly the same as GH5 but with different songs

    Lego Rock Band has less songs, but it is more of a new game compared to RB2
  • lotr rocks 0lotr rocks 0 Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    koolwank;3293703 said:
    Why would a Wookiee - an eight foot tall Wookiee - want to live on Endor with a bunch of two foot tall Ewoks? That does not make sense.

    Lego Rock Band is awesome!

    ^This = LOL epic south park reference
  • TheRockLegendTheRockLegend Opening Act
    edited November 2009
    SonicRocker15X;3293343 said:
    Um... Family friendly games only have family friendly songs, smart one.
    And yes it is good.
    If you like Jimi Hendrix, Queen, Elton John, Spinal Tap, and Europe it's good at least.
    How come just because its legos it has to be family friendly? Most good games aren't
  • SonicRocker15XSonicRocker15X Headliner
    edited November 2009
    TheRockLegend;3293724 said:
    How come just because its legos it has to be family friendly? Most good games aren't
    Because Legos are a toy aimed at children.

    Definte "most good games".
    Most of Nintendo's good games are family friendly.
  • lotr rocks 0lotr rocks 0 Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    TheRockLegend;3293724 said:
    How come just because its legos it has to be family friendly? Most good games aren't
    Because this game was marketed for the specific purpose of being family friendly.

    HMX wanted a game that parents could give to their kids that didn't have all the innapropriate songs playable.
  • kitlerckitlerc Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    iuggiboy;3289517 said:
    Point 1: Nobody is interested is seeing bricks making rock, everyone bought this game to use it as a track pack.
    Point 2: Users found problems in the game as freezing and so on.
    Point 3: EU and AUS Users got problems in exporting songs caused by a new way to obtain a key.

    Wasn't better to release a Mega Pop track pack instead of this unuseful and badly developed game??
    1: I actually love the style of this game. While I will probably continue mainly using RB2 after my run of LRB, I like having it. It can make a party a little sillier and it is a good alternative for kids. Though I can't see how a kid would have this and not RB2 because you can't get lego with instruments....
    2: Not problems yet, though it took a very long time for it to load my DLC the first time.
    3: Err... Sucks to be them?
  • XacharyCrossXacharyCross Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    iuggiboy;3289517 said:
    Point 1: Nobody is interested is seeing bricks making rock, everyone bought this game to use it as a track pack.
    Point 2: Users found problems in the game as freezing and so on.
    Point 3: EU and AUS Users got problems in exporting songs caused by a new way to obtain a key.

    Wasn't better to release a Mega Pop track pack instead of this unuseful and badly developed game??
    1 - I found the change of scenery kind of refreshing, and while a bit less customizable, some extra variety in character appearances nice too. There aren't massive pages of pages of writing on the DLC filters because everyone jumped the songs off LEGO into RB and tossed the cd in a dust bin either, I'm assuming.

    2 - It did freeze once on me, after hours of play. In the rock den. But otherwise has been completely stable.

    3 - Well, I have no idea, not being in EU or AUS,


    As to the conclusion statement, the songs in the game don't really fit into any especial genre pack. While they're more mainstream than some things in other packs, they cover a fair gamut of genres (plus, in the North American market, all those brit alternative bands in the game are oddly out of place in the game as far as mainstream goes).
  • nightglider1nightglider1 Unsigned
    edited November 2009
    IMO, LEGO game = epic win. (Even LEGO: Indiana Jones, which should have been held off until it included all four movies.)
  • EmalytheEmalythe Rising Star
    edited November 2009
    nightglider1;3293931 said:
    IMO, LEGO game = epic win. (Even LEGO: Indiana Jones, which should have been held off until it included all four movies.)
    I'm actually happy that it didn't include the fourth movie. Now I can pretend it never really happened.
  • nightglider1nightglider1 Unsigned
    edited November 2009
    Emalythe;3293969 said:
    I'm actually happy that it didn't include the fourth movie. Now I can pretend it never really happened.
    :D
  • TheRockLegendTheRockLegend Opening Act
    edited November 2009
    lotr rocks 0;3293735 said:
    Because this game was marketed for the specific purpose of being family friendly.

    HMX wanted a game that parents could give to their kids that didn't have all the innapropriate songs playable.
    there just songs what could be that bad?
  • monkeyfishmonkeyfish Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    Emalythe;3293969 said:
    I'm actually happy that it didn't include the fourth movie. Now I can pretend it never really happened.
    I'd tell you to grow up, but that's exactly why an Indiana Jones movie doesn't appeal to us now. :(
  • SonicRocker15XSonicRocker15X Headliner
    edited November 2009
    TheRockLegend;3294192 said:
    there just songs what could be that bad?
    Actually, yes. Heavy metal songs about murder and death or rock songs directly about sex CAN be bad when played in front of a child.
  • kitlerckitlerc Road Warrior
    edited November 2009
    TheRockLegend;3294192 said:
    there just songs what could be that bad?
    Tenacious D, Rock Your Socks

    "Drop trow, and squeeze out, a Cleveland steamer on my chest"

    That is not something any parent wants to explain to their kid
  • Lawdog1521Lawdog1521 Squirrel Chasing Expert
    edited November 2009
    SonicRocker15X;3294216 said:
    Actually, yes. Heavy metal songs about murder and death or rock songs directly about sex CAN be bad when played in front of a child.
    Unfortunately many people don't get that. For example when I saw the Dawn of the Dead remake in the theater some guy brought a kid that must have been five or six. Some people are just idiots.
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