Incondicional06;4257012 said:Harmonix. I used to defend you when it came to Wii owners complaining. Now you really pissed me off. what's next? us not being able to download anything period? Maybe the demand was low because of the choices of songs you gave us. I personally was waiting for 7 songs that had already been available on the 360 to come for the Wii but no...now i cant get anything. Soon, I will realize that I will have thrown money into a black future. Maybe in this future you will stop releasing games for the Wii. I wouldnt be surprised. Are you trying to force us to change consoles? or are you trying to little by little lose your wii audience so you dont have to invest on the wii console anymore?I know you guys gotta take care of your business, but you guys are really hurting us. Im really dissapointed now as well as my friends that i currently play with. please realize that this will cause people to stop investing on the wii downloads, maybe to the point that you will again have to make a decision and stop wii dlc...Harmonix, at least do one last thing for us please. gives us another week, maybe not next week. but use a poll and ask wii users which songs they plan to buy before you completely shut down the store. please, im begging you. us wii owners will give responses to this poll and tell you exactly what songs we want. since you say that the demand is low this shouldnt be a long list. at the end you can just give us one last week of rbn songs that were requested by most. please, do this last one effort. im begging us Harmonix. If you guys feel any compassion, then do us this last favor. The hardcore wii community may be small, but we love your game just as much as any other hardcore game on 360 or ps3. we deserve one last treat. Thank you.
Dylan619;4257022 said:This is a good thing, now HMX can focus on the main dlc so we dont get a three pack or one song for a week
Casto21;4257011 said:Do you really think HMX looks at one day sales to make this decision. They have months of data they used to make this call. How is this hard to understand?
IBKIBK;4257034 said:Months of data, do you really read? Rbn is being in wii only for a couple of months, and with delays ALL the weeks. Where the hell is your data?
SeymourDuncan17;4257038 said:Well, that's just a tad selfish.Sucks for you Wii owners. Really does. Don't mean to rub it in or anything, but I'm super glad I own all 3 consoles. You guys should really think about investing
ludist210;4257069 said:Some of us Wii owners don't have the money or time to invest in a second or third console.
SeymourDuncan17;4257077 said:Can't Wii owners "save up" like the rest of us?
bigmf;4257090 said:"Buck up and Console Hunt" is not a useful solution. With all the DLC, instruments and other assorted equipment, it could be up to $1000 for someone to get only what they already have on the Wii (only with a little nicer graphics and sound options).Spending a great big wad of money to end up no further ahead isn't a realistic solution.
Pitch-Black;4257095 said:I feel for you Rock Band Wii players. I know I'd be pretty ticked if I were you, too. I doubt, though, that HMX is pleased about having to make the decision. I think they tried very hard to make it work; but from my position as an outside observer it seems like trying to make it all work with Nintendo just added up to a big headache. Then if sales were lack-luster on top of it, it's hard to blame HMX for this decision; they are a business after all. I know you guys hate to hear "blame Nintendo", but are the mentioned delays HMX's fault or Nintendos'? My guess is Nintendo.
IBKIBK;4256962 said:Wii has sold more copies of the game than PS3, harmonix simply doesn't care.significant amount of work? Are they working for free or are they lazy?Maybe it's the time to stop supporting harmonix.
bjyaritz;4257133 said:I could care less. I thought people only bought the Wii for the Wii-fit game. When I bought my X-box, I bought it for 3 reasons....1. More memory for Rock Band tracks2. Halo3. Call of DutySorry Wii owners, buy American next time.