LeCH24;3975945 said:I'm glad to see a song where there's a missing overdrive drum fill and where the vocal pitch is incorrect!
jjdude1;3976007 said:I honestly dont even remember this song making it to Peer Review...I remember playtesting it, and then failing it.
DragoonXD;3976018 said:You can't "fail" in playtest.
GNFfhqwhgads;3976025 said:But you managed to fail right here.
DragoonXD;3976032 said:I'm not seeing it. Mind pointing it out?
General Lein979;3976043 said:Technically it got hmx rushed, John Drake charted it.
GNFfhqwhgads;3976062 said:He didn't fail out of the song, he gave the song a metaphorical F.
LeCH24;3975945 said:I'm glad to see a song where there's a missing overdrive drum fill and where the vocal pitch is incorrect! I sure hope we'll see these amazing standards in the future the next time playtesters have a nerdgasm!
GNFfhqwhgads;3976062 said:Um...so was John Drake running around on a dozen different Gamertags voting it through?
Quazifuji;3976300 said:Well, it is a 10 minute long song and there's no rewind feature in audition mode until RBN 2.0 comes out, so it's hard for the peer reviewers to catch every little mistake without spending an unreasonable amount of time on it. I'm not sure what you mean by a missing OD fill. The fills did seem a bit far apart, but it wasn't a huge problem, and everything else seemed fine (and quite fun). I'm less picky than a lot of people, though. I haven't played anything besides drums yet, so I don't know if there are any big issues on other instruments (besides the ridiculous strumming on guitar, which shouldn't be a problem once RB3 comes out anyway).
LeCH24;3976354 said:That also happens in one of the Petty songs, I believe, but I can't put my finger on which one (it may be "Running Down a Dream.")
SirDavidTLynch;3976383 said:Where were all the people complaining that Harmonix rushed that song through?I honestly think that a lot of the complaints I read wouldn't exist if Harmonix put out the exact same charts. It's like when people complained about the HO/POs in "Moredecai" but had no problem with "Painkiller" or countless songs before that.
SirDavidTLynch;3976602 said:I remember a lot of complaints that Mordecai had a lot of fast strumming parts charted as HO/POs that no sane person would try to hit without strumming, but other than being faster it's not much different from most of the non-solo parts of Painkiller (especially around 2:26), which is really an arbitrary example out of hundreds from Harmonix charts (the Rock Band 1 engine can't even force strums, so it's a wonder those people put up with that for so long).
NoThru22;3977229 said:John Drake loves missing drum fills (see Swine Houses.)