an1m051ty;863649 said:I dunno I can't stay on the GH forums for more than a few minutes without being annoyed. The way the forums look, that website setup is atrocious. And there is this whole air of whiny-ness about them. For example, its rumored GH will have different DLC based on the system or something, and some kid asked for the mario or pokemon theme songs. :rolleyes:
Segnosaur;863659 said:for the record pokemon theme = the very definition of win
ForgottenHero;863685 said:No no people....Power Rangers Theme Song = Win
bdfootball63;863693 said:Amen. That would be an epic win.
deediare;863715 said:I couldn't agree more.
l-o-t;864017 said:Is it me, or does everyone on the Guitar Hero Forums sound like they're 12? No offense to any intellectual 12 year olds out there. But it's not as good a site...
Apples;864220 said:When I read the topic, I had a really mean, funny, mean, mean funny, comment I wanted to type. But in the interests of forum peace and co-existence, I must keep it to myself. It was really good though, I just want you to know. Sig worthy.
Fails:6. Avenged Sevenfold Almost Easy 2000s18. Disturbed Down with the Sickness 2000s47. Paramore That's What You Get 2000s54. Rush The Trees 1970s
AeroZeppelinSevenfold;864241 said:send it to me in a message. I won't tell nobody. please?
AeroZeppelinSevenfold;863665 said:i would buy that just for laughs. on rock band I mean.mario would be awesome if they could somehow make that a "band" song.
Ultimatum;864331 said:GH Forums seem to have a much higher level of teenagers.And the inability to quote there makes me cry.
coolcool23;864294 said:There is a definite split forming among Rock Band and Guitar Hero. I would argue the following points:1. Guitar Hero is much more casual. (Until recently) The entry price point was much more reasonable which was easier for people to buy and "jump into." Because of this, it appeals to those who don't want to end up spending a huge chunk of change. I wish that Activision would release numbers on this, but it will never happen: I would teorize that many, many, many more copies of GH:WT are sold individually than the bundles. Probably about a 3 or 4:1 ratio IMO. And that's assuming that it will have better sales than rock band.2. Guitar Hero appeals to a much more mainstream audience, whereas Rock Band is for true music aficianados. As stated before, Guitar Hero 3 and World Tour (likely) Will contain a lot of mainstream songs that say, recieve a ton of airplay on alternative rock stations. "Modern Rock" if I might. Rock Band definitely skews towards an older audience and one that is playing the game for the music, not just the game. 3. Guitar Hero tends to skew towards a very competitive audience. Not once in Rock Band have I heard negative comments about playing online unless someone say, plays on a difficulty and fails immediately because they obviously picked a difficulty they couldn't handle. Two out of three separate (and only) times that I have played GH3 online, I have been berated by the person playing me because they were "crushing me." There were much worse things said as we were playing, BTW that I care not to mention here and this was with MY headset off. As I mentioned earlier, Rock Band players are interested in metworking with friends and enjoying the music when they play well, on any difficulty.That being said, if you spend time reading any "GH vs. RB" threads on the guitar hero forums, you'll likely wait about .000005 seconds before you hear people saying how "easy" the rock band charts are and how there's "no challenge" compared to the Guitar hero charts while people who play Rock Band often say the opposite about Guitar Hero.This comes from a person who has RB and GH3 and plans on getting RB2 and probably GH:WT if I can get it cheap, used. To sum up, Guitar Hero caters to a competitive, solo audience that is always looking for a challenge and doesn't have "bottomless" pockets. Rock Band is aimed towards all music lovers who enjoy playing with friends and enjoying a small challenge at the same time. They also are willing to fork out some money, when asked as evidenced by the DLC scheme that seems to be working TOO well for Harmonix...