gamerblue2;4122280 said:Nevermind i found the export list and Wii gets screwed again on this. Only RB2 and Greenday import into 3. Lego and RB1 get left behind...sigh
Mashley;4270183 said:Homestly, the lack of export is the only thing keeping me from buying LRB
SirDavidTLynch;4297682 said:Rock Band 2 and Green Day export through a code that can be entered in Rock Band 3, and you can download the songs from there. The LEGO export process requires a special marketplace token, which the Wii shop doesn't support. It might be possible to export at some point down the road, but they can't essentially copypasta like they did for Rock Band 2 and Green Day.
GNFfhqwhgads;4298017 said:The Wii Shop supports codes just fine, they participated in the Pepsi DLC thing and that's how you got the WiiSpeak Channel.
GNFfhqwhgads;4298017 said:The problem is licensing. The Wii wasn't included in export licensing for those games. RB2 was being licensed while RB3 was nearing the end, so they could include it knowing they would support exporting. Same with Green Day.
SirDavidTLynch;4298269 said:The Pepsi codes just gave out 200 Wii Points, which led a lot of people to abuse the system by winning four "songs", and buying a Virtual Console game with the points.
Mashley;4300591 said:The most hilarious thing is that they release the country track pack with no export at all - not even a payed one. I find that quite ridiculous.
jwebb1970;4301604 said:I wonder if we'll ever see the day HMX once predicted....that tracks from Lego/RB1/etc eventually get licensed as DLC as the original game discs disappear from retail....For now, I think the best hope Wii rockers have for getting Lego tracks is if HMX tags more of those songs for RB3/Pro upgrade versions, a la Bon Jovi & Queen.
TheStuddz;4348363 said:So, yes or no everyone; will Wii owners ever see the day when we get to play RB1, Track Packs and Lego Rock Band songs in RB3?
Big-A2;4348748 said:Blame Nintendo for not putting a HDD in their console.