Pii Three;4887392 said:I dont think I cited the RB2 Wii export code process. I was referring to the method that 360/PS3 owners export Lego Rockband to RB3. I havent seen HMX announce WHY LRB cant be exported to RB3 other than it just cant be done. Now that the Wii U specs are kind of equal to the 360/PS3, and data can be transferred from the Wii to the Wii U, it should NOT be a tech problem. I did use the Wii RB2 export to RB3 and I believe that the export process is different than the export for the 360/PS3.
Alternity;4887703 said:The 1000 DLC limit on wii probably doesn't help that. (according that you have sufficent space to have 1k DLC)
SirDavidTLynch;4887809 said:Rock Band 3 isn't programmed to raise the song limit when played on a console that wasn't announced at the time.
Pii Three;4887785 said:Right, the Wii is lacking techwise, but the Wii U on the other hand is a differnet story. Im hoping that the Wii U will finally get some respect from HMX and atleast get access to exporting, RBN, and missing DLC songs that the 360/PS3 owners already have. If the answer is no I would like to know WHY not.And as for licensing years-old games for export, guess what, they did it already for the 360/PS3. I think the Wii U would take advantage of HMX's effort, no?
GNFfhqwhgads;4888151 said:No one. Plays Rock Band. On the Wii. So they aren't. Going to go after songs. From five years ago. And then have no one download them. If you want the songs. Switch consoles. If not. You are stuck with what you get. The WiiU is new for Nintendo. Not for Harmonix. It will be the same. Discs that you are using now.
StackOverflow0x;4888582 said:Either way, I'd rather see a solid, main title release on Wii U that hopefully puts it on par with the other platforms. Same game, same rules, no compromise.
most of them installs tickets that indicates to the server that songs are purchased, when they aren't. And also, they use customs. That game is modded like nuts on wii, like the wii itself.
Harmonix has said they're not really going to bother running around licensing the years-old games
Nintendo's stance on free content
the focus on 'family friendly' online
the lack of voice chat...
gamesurf;4888806 said:False. As an active member of the Wii community (YES, it exists) from the beginning of RB3's release to until just about a month ago when I moved out for college, saying the majority or even a large portion of Wii users are pirates is just not true. We buy our DLC just like anyone else.
Der_Lex;4937698 said:Since HMXLachesis only deals with the RBN section of the forums, you'll probably be waiting a long time for an answer that you're not going to like, which is that a Lego:RB export on Wii or WiiU is not going to happen. Sorry, dude, but it's time to move on. Bumping a months old thread is not going to help anyone.