Help me!!

A few questions

1. Can I still export rock band 2 and lego rock band on to rock band 3 (all on PS3) and then export rock band 3 to rock band 4 (PS4), to be able to get all the songs I paid for through out all three games.

2. Later after exporting, can I go back to rock band 2, 3 or lego rock band on PS3 to buy songs on those games and then get those songs on rock band 4?

Comments

  • 1. Yes to Rock Band 3.
  • LoopyChewLoopyChew Wordsmith

    1. No, except for RB3.
    2. Yes, though they're still working on entitlement issues.

    Clarified.
  • meck77meck77 Road Warrior

    1. Yes to Rock Band 3.

    I do believe you will need an unused code for that though
  • meck77 said:

    1. Yes to Rock Band 3.

    I do believe you will need an unused code for that though
    The code does literally nothing. But it did make hardcore fans shackle their manuals to their wrists for years.
  • HMXOwl said:

    meck77 said:

    1. Yes to Rock Band 3.

    I do believe you will need an unused code for that though
    The code does literally nothing. But it did make hardcore fans shackle their manuals to their wrists for years.
    Wait, there was a code? I swear I didn't notice it! I guess it was for exporting to Blitz?

    The way I got the export was by playing RB3 on my PS3 - after some hours it was available to purchase on the PS4 store.
  • edited April 13
    Tyrus1235 said:

    HMXOwl said:

    meck77 said:

    1. Yes to Rock Band 3.

    I do believe you will need an unused code for that though
    The code does literally nothing. But it did make hardcore fans shackle their manuals to their wrists for years.
    Wait, there was a code? I swear I didn't notice it! I guess it was for exporting to Blitz?
    Ha, no such thing as a 3 -> Blitz, either. It does literally nothing. Like, ever. It's been seven years of nothing.
  • thatmarkguythatmarkguy Road Warrior
    Tyrus1235 said:

    HMXOwl said:

    meck77 said:

    1. Yes to Rock Band 3.

    I do believe you will need an unused code for that though
    The code does literally nothing. But it did make hardcore fans shackle their manuals to their wrists for years.
    Wait, there was a code? I swear I didn't notice it!
    Later pressings of the game didn't even have it. Part of the reason they went with detection-based authentication rather than code-based - not everybody's RB3 had a code.
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