MostSpartan14;3432840 said:I REALLY doubt they're going to wait until the end of February to release any DLC. By then, they would loss a lot of interest in DLC because it would be so long since we've had any. If we don't get any (or an announcement of any) before mid-February, probably sooner, we won't get any more DLC.
Sneak728;3432931 said:At that time, you said just be patient because you anticipated more for sure. Now you're bringing up the point that people are losing interest if there is too long of a break in between DLC, which was exactly the point I made a few weeks ago.
MostSpartan14;3432968 said:I don't remember this thread (there have been A LOT like this over the past couple of weeks) but, a few weeks ago it hadn't even been a month since Rubber Soul was released. Then we were still on schedule for DLC and there was no reason to worry. Now that it has been just about a month, it's time to start getting a little concerned. I still think we'll get more but if we don't in the next 2 weeks, I don't think so anymore.
Sneak728;3433048 said:It's ridiculous how they're handling the Beatles DLC. It frustrates me to see them doing it like this because I know they're better than that.
MostSpartan14;3433062 said:What's so ridiculous about how they're handling it? They've done nothing wrong yet that I've seen?
Sneak728;3433199 said:I meant that if it's not mentioned at all tomorrow in the GUARANTEED RB2 DLC announcement, then it will be a mistake. They've had no problem promising over 1000 RB2 songs by the end of last year, promising more Nirvana and Queen and what not. Tomorrow would be the last logical date to make some sort of announcement.I recognize I'm sounding like an impatient and critical jerk, but that's not what I mean to give off. I expect the Beatles Rock Band to receive the same treatment as all their other products and tomorrow, not today, will be the day that I'm going to base a judgment off of.
Gigli78;3433465 said:I had assumed that there would be one album a month for 12 months straight.
Sneak728;3433048 said:I won't be that disappointed if there is no DLC on the marketplace next week, however I do expect an acknowledgement on Harmonix's part that they are still paying attention to The Beatles: Rock Band.They've got Rock Band 2 DLC coming out all the time, they're working on the Rock Band Network thing, Green Day Rock Band, and they're undoubtably working on the game after Green Day Rock band as well.It's ridiculous how they're handling the Beatles DLC. It frustrates me to see them doing it like this because I know they're better than that. Some may say that the answer is obvious, that they can't forget about their main release last year, but as I've shown, they have plenty of work on their plate. Even if they come out and say the next album will be released in 2011, I'd have more respect for them than I do now. I know I might be sounding like an impatient idiot, but as a HUGE supporter of ALL their products, I feel that it's the least they can do.
Diego81;3433532 said:I'm not expecting anything tomorrow, it takes time to do Beatles DLC, and they've barely had any time to actually analyze the sell of the albums especially Rubber Soul. However even if the albums have sold poorly I have a hard time believing they won't do at least one greatest hit pack, with Help!, All My Loving, Hey Jude. I'm pretty sure that would sell well even if the albums have not. Unless they're saving the most requested songs for a physical Track Pack. We just might have to wait a bit, although the more time passes, the more momentum is lost.Maybe we'll get lucky, and they'll make "Let it Be" soon, it's not the album I want the most right now (I do want it though), but it might be cheaper and quickier to do.