latenightrocker;4934777 said:Because, as usual, people making games leave the wii out, cutting features and whatnot.
ThatAuthoringGroup;4934792 said:If you want an example (and this is going from memory, and at the time of the Wii's removal from the RBN)...The highest selling RBN song on the 360 did a little over 12,000The same song on PS3 was about 6,000.The same song on the Wii? 600.So there's your answer right there
bobbinsmahoney;4934800 said:Cheers, how do us Wii users make it difficult to sympathise with? I asked a genuine question, I wasnt bemoaning my situation or crying out about injustice . I would hope not expect this level of ****tyness on forum for people all enjoying the same game on different platforms. Is not cost effective fair game. No need for the *****ery.
SheSaidSheSaid;4934801 said:I think Farcey was referring to latenightrocker.....
Numskull;4934793 said:Some of you Wii users make it extremely difficult to sympathize with your Rock Band situation.The Wii is much less powerful and has much different priorities than its two competitors. That is not my opinion; it a stone-cold, indisputable fact. The limitations of the console and the habits of the people who use it are beyond Harmonix's control. This has been explained countless times before, but apparently it still hasn't registered with some of you.
SheSaidSheSaid;4934801 said:"Bodies," right?
StackOverflow0x;4934920 said:I don't think any DLC from this year even has more than 600 scores on anything. If it wouldn't have been discontinued then, it would have certainly been discontinued now.
KyleJCrb;4935080 said:The Wii is full of massive security holes. I'm frankly surprised HMX is continuing to release official DLC for it at this point, considering the very high level of piracy on the system.
bobbinsmahoney;4934800 said:Cheers, how do us Wii users make it difficult to sympathise with? I asked a genuine question, I wasnt bemoaning my situation or crying out about injustice .
Pii Three;4936542 said:HMXLachesis, What about the WiiU? Its a whole new system on par specwise with the 360/ps3. Its not your grandaddys console. lol
Pii Three;4936542 said:please start treating WiiU users fairly now.
Pii Three;4936542 said:HMXLachesis, What about the WiiU? Its a whole new system on par specwise with the 360/ps3. Its not your grandaddys console. lol I want blitz songs not the 3 that you guys put on the wii. You guys have shown that you are able to sell RBblitz songs for the wii without a problem from nintendo so please start treating WiiU users fairly now.
SheSaidSheSaid;4936602 said:It sort of is Going kind of far, no?
Pii Three;4937053 said:Take lego rock band for an example. I believe that wii users would buy this old game just for the excellent songs and would also pay for a code to import them to RB3. The songs are already there.I believe your time for making that possible would pay off.
HMXLachesis;4936624 said:There is no console caste system here. You're not tied to the Wii, even in its new incarnation. You're a free spirit! You could own any console you want - multiple consoles, even!
HMXLachesis;4936624 said: If this were 2010...
Pii Three;4937055 said:Sorry, but I stopped watching the video when they put up the picture of the man and his tastey monkey.
Pii Three;4937055 said:No, i am not going to far. If you look at posts from almost every Wii user you would see they are not happy with not only the issues that have come up but also how they were handled officially, the non-official answer is always get a new console.
SheSaidSheSaid;4937218 said:And if you all, collectively, were better customers, it wouldn't come down to that.
Pii Three;4937275 said:Dude really? Mostly I ignore posts from people like you, but this time I will respond because I actually believe that you think your being helpful. Your not though. Can you do us wii/rockband owners a favor and say that we should buy a 360/ps3 and our problem will be solved and then how about you move on since you have no real reason to be posting in this thread. Thank you in advance. I will be waiting to read a response from HMXLachesis and wont be responding to your posts anymore. Take care.
Catch-22;4937277 said:What exactly is there left to respond to?
Oscarvarium;4937318 said:But they're completely right, even if they weren't exactly polite about it. Wii users as a whole bought very little from RBN, so porting songs became more work than it was worth for Harmonix. Sometimes the simple answer is the right one.Of course the few Wii users who did buy lots of songs will be upset about it, but they can't justify keeping a costly content stream open for so few people.