BallisticJunkfood;3613258 said:Geez guys, be a little nicer to the guy, he is new.
The 30 day exclusivity is a general guideline, not a law,
ethicalpaul;3613277 said:Your wording here is kind of poor. The 30 day exclusivity is indeed law (as far as we are concerned). The rest of your statement is reasonable.
bigmf;3613654 said:Maybe by mid 2014 that joke will be funny.
GuitarGuruXXX;3614342 said:Reason 72 to have an xbox over a ps3. sorry.
folkeye;3614349 said:....so....are we getting RBN?? (DIE KITTY!!!!!!)
MrHartgrave;3616130 said:Can't you XBOX people understand our anxiousness here?
jawillroy;3616155 said:EXCEPT: (As I've wildly guessed elsewhere,) I'd be very surprised if anything but the very best sellers got ported over.
MrHartgrave;3616130 said:Can't you XBOX people understand our anxiousness here? We want a taste of the RBN...it's clear that no one knows exactly when we PS3 users will see any RBN tracks. Thursday the 8th of April would be the first chance we get if you go by the 30 day statement in the original RBN announcement. Just where should we go to ponder when PS3 users will get RBN tracks? A public Rock Band forum in the RBN folder? Oh wait...
killer_roach;3616164 said:The 360 owners seem to buy the biggest names and the novelty songs, and precious little else...
Blasteroids;3616282 said:Just throwing this out there for discussion...HMX said about a minimum 30 days exclusive. Now let us say at 30 days they decide on 5 songs to put on PSN, they then have to submit these to Sony QA which is well known to take 2-3 weeks if everything goes well. If they get rejected, then add 1 week before another 2-3 weeks.So we could be waiting 30days + 3 weeks = 51 Days minimum!Or do you think they have submitted to Sony QA 7 days after RBN opened?Thoughts?
The-Dude1212;3616337 said:51 days minimum for PS3?God knows how long it'll take Nintendo to get Flogging Molly on Wii...Any chance you can delay RB3 for Wii2 when it can support RBN? RB3 better have exportability options, regardless. Wii can support 32GB SDHC cards now, so no more excuses for lack of memory space