GNFfhqwhgads;4887680 said:Clearly not, or you would have been able to find discussion of said plans.
hodayathink;4887721 said:I don't remember there being discussions of the Games-on-Demand 360 version before it was officially announced.
NeilDiamond1974;4888504 said:If it doesn't happen, don't be mad if I find a way to back things up via hard drive Harmonix. When the PS3 is long in the tooth and/or I can no longer find a way to grab a new disc should I need it, don't be mad if I hack my PS3. For me it is pretty much a dedicated RB, Hulu, and Netflix machine. As a Dad, I don't have time for shooters which are pretty much all the same anyway to me. (Not trying to start a flame war about shooters.)
BachiG;4888510 said:You, me, same boat. When you figure it all out, post the "fix" somewhere that is not here so I can find it. Thanks!!
Lawdog1521;4888525 said:Liar! You have time for Battlefield, even if it is only once every few months.
cashandbro;4888580 said:I've been hoping for a digital release of Guitar 1 & 2 on PS3. As a playstation classics type thing, but I don't think it's gonna happen.
NeilDiamond1974;4889304 said:I wonder if Sony is concerned about people finding plastic instruments. If so, get over it.
GNFfhqwhgads;4891149 said:The issue with GH1 and 2, besides the music tie-ups that may be faced, are the cluster**** of rights between Harmonix and Neversoft.
NeilDiamond1974;4893241 said:But what would be the difference with this happening on XBox? (Well maybe the amount of money asked.) It still seems to me that a digital title sold at the regular retail price (vs the boxed copy sold at Best Buy or whatever) should be more profitable for Harmonix and Sony.
sinobeetle;4929813 said:It's just nutty to be anchored to one disc to play this game. I've gone through 3 discs already, and I'm careful in the handling! Dang KIDS!
mikeyts;4936734 said:I'm a huge fan of "Games on Demand" and all other downloadable, stream-able media; I want to be completely disc-free (though I realize that I lose the ability to resell and trade, which I more or less never get around to doing anyway). On the Xbox this generally means waiting for many months after launch but I'd recently been impressed by Sony getting some major titles up for download virtually simultaneously with the release to disc, notably Madden 13 and frickin' Assassin's Creed III. If they can do those you'd think that they'd do RB3.
sinobeetle;4936729 said:Kids have the nastiest hands in the universe. Soap and water, kids? Ever heard of 'em?