These will be ready slightly after the PS3 version hits, given current estimates. The vinyl is going to take another 3-4 weeks to finish production, which will then be shipped to our fulfillment folks. They're going to take everything, split it up, make sure the right backers are getting the right items, and ship it out to you. If I had to guess, I'd add another 1-2 weeks on top of the vinyl's production time for this, so we're looking at mid- to late-April for physical rewards.
I'd think about selling my copy but it arrived with the outer sleeve beat to **** and with gunk on the disc causing skips.More and more pissed that this was +$75 over the tier below it, and we got the equivalent of a $15-20 LP. At that price this really could have done a gatefold 2xLP, put the whole 15 track campaign on it, used some actually decent inners instead of a crappy blank cardstock that leaves paper shavings all over the disc, and still had loads of profit to fund the game.But it's on par with the rest of the project. The gameplay was good but the soundtrack lacking. The interface and environments were meh. The art book was an actual pile of trash with little thought put into it. Besides the LP being solid red instead of a swirl or burst pour, all of the backer rewards looked exactly like the preview shots with no further work or thought put into them. And of course, they walked back DLC support so this is all we're getting, essentially killing the game right out of the gate.Well done, Harmonix. I thought this would be better than Rock Band 4.