Eman311;210690 said:you're wrong. All the teenagers who's parents bought this for them will snap up Move Along and Dirty Little Secrets in seconds.
Stevenam81;210737 said:Most 14 year olds will look at CCR and Foreigner and say, "that is my parent's music"
DesiredFX;210720 said:Actually, the people opening the game on Christmas will find 32 total songs available to them. Given that these five fill out a niche that really wasn't covered by the other 27 songs, I think pretty much everyone who looks online for new content tomorrow--for their first time looking--is going to be able to find something they want.
Akzidenz;210754 said:Ew. Are you kidding?I understand you guys have to cater to all the 14-year-olds that get the game today, but throw the rest of us a bone.*big thumbs down*
DesiredFX;210772 said:Well, if you're gonna go punk-pop, you might as well at least jump to the progenitors of the genre, Green Day.Or Green Day clone Blink 182.Or Blink clone Good Charlotte.I mean, AAR are basically a clone of a clone of a clone of a band that borrowed the punk attitude and turned it into pop music.
Julio_Strikes_Back;210784 said:This is like asking for a flat-screen for Christmas and getting socks.
Supergeek;210792 said:I will be buying 3 out of the 5, mostly because they're so cheap.
jpw21683;210746 said:I don't see the problem with expanding the game into different, more "mainstream" genres. If you don't like HMX's choices, then simply don't purchase the DLC, instead of "LAWL!!!! IT'S NOT METALLICA!!!"
KaneTaker;210789 said:Totally agree. And with each copy, it got worse. I would take Good Charlotte over AAR. Hell, I'd take Blink over them. Green Day I'll just plain take cause they're fun.