MostSpartan14;4660829 said:This. There's no way HMx would show something REALLY big like RB4 to the public for the first time at PAX East. That's an E3-caliber announcement, and it's not like HMX to announce an RB game (especially one of the main games like RB4 would be) outside of E3. I would guess that the "SECRETS" are either DLC or a hint at RB4, but I'd be shocked if something as big as RB4 would be announced at PAX. It seems to me like better place to announce something like an arcade game.
HeyRiles;4660738 said:There was also something a little while back that Harmonix was developing an XBLA/PSN download release
topdrawer;4660932 said:i hope it's not rb4. at least not yet, i was hoping for rb4 for wiiu, i don't want one for wii and again and i don't want to jump ship to xbox or ps3.
jeronemitchell;4660928 said:Didn't they mention a "fundamental reimagining" a while back?I would guess these things are related...
MagicMurderBag7;4660953 said:And since whan do games HAVE to come out for all three consoles at the same time. The first RB was out for months on the Xbox and PS3 before the Wii. And I think RB2 was out for a month on the Xbox before coming to the PS3 and Wii.
SideshowN;4661008 said:Please no Rock Band 4 for current hardware consoles. I hate the 3000 song limit cap. We need more RAM!
dog037;4660850 said:They won't show it but they could announce it.
MostSpartan14;4661022 said:The description for the panel says the title will be shown on public display for the first time at the HMX booth. That seems like more than just an announcement to me. That seems like something substantial; a demo or trailer/video at the least.
Backwards Marathon;4661026 said:I don't think its RB4.
Backwards Marathon;4661026 said:"It's not just Doom and Halo maps anymore. The Rock Band Network, and the many other user-generated content platforms out there, have built up a whole world of dedicated gamers producing and selling high-quality content right inside games. Not only does user-generated content keep games alive even longer, it can make rock stars out of diehard fans. And while it's not easy being (or working with) rock stars, the crazy idea and crazy people behind the Network have changed what user-generated content can be, and not just for rhythm gaming. Join Rock Band Network authors and some Harmonix staff as they look back at over two years of content and discuss the lessons they've learned, the hurdles they've faced, and what it all means for bringing more user-generated content to even more games."I don't think its RB4.
bonethug0108;4661011 said:It sucks and yes I'm one of the few that's well over it, but I don't think it'd be wise to wait 2 more years to release a new rock band.They aren't going to hold off on it for those very few players that have "maxed out". And who knows, maybe they have a better way to handle it(instead of having to delete songs)?
SideshowN;4661036 said:If there was an option in RB3 to unload songs out of the game RAM so they would just be greyed out and not deleted out of the setlist.
GNFfhqwhgads;4661033 said:And I don't think you're even reading the right panel.I'm kidding, I KNOW you aren't. When Harmonix says they're up Saturday morning, you have to scroll past 'Friday' on the calendar.
GNFfhqwhgads;4661038 said:Okay, feel free to explain how the game would even load them to grey them out, then.
Backwards Marathon;4661040 said:You wont be laughing when Rock Band Network the game is released. Then I shall have the last laugh.