killer_roach;1490088 said:Fanboys are fanboys because they are impervious to facts... you should know that by now
OrdealByFire;1490016 said:after the atrocity that is World Tour? I don't want to seem tedious with my threads, but what do they think? [Can't tell at school. ]
TheGreatKtulu;1490211 said:Let's not forget our basic math skills either, $2/song to download vs $60 for 70 non-RB-disc songs if you buy just the GHWT stand alone game. Let's see... $140 if all those songs came out as DLC for RB2... or pay $60 and switch discs. Hmm. Hmmm. Yeah.... no reason not to buy both games if you just like playing the songs.
RealMessiah;1490127 said:I know there have been instrument complaints, as if RB has never had that issue? If you were going to toss a game due to bad instruments being prevailant...what are you doing playing RB to this day?
RealMessiah;1490127 said:Which atrocity is that? I spent my Sunday playing through GH:WT just like I did when RB2 came out. Was no less satisfied yesterday than I was the day RB2 came out. Both games are top of the line IMO.There can be two.People need to get over it.I know there have been instrument complaints, as if RB has never had that issue? If you were going to toss a game due to bad instruments being prevailant...what are you doing playing RB to this day?
teddybgame;1490637 said:Finally someone with a valid opinion.
FickAwesome;1490646 said:"Finally, someone with the same opinion as me"P.S. What exactly constitutes an invalid opinion?
teddybgame;1490637 said:Finally someone with a valid opinion.I'm enjoying the hell out of GHWT and surprisingly I still love RB. Wow I guess I win.BTW for single player drums GHWT is more fun to me because it shows stars and scores, plus I like the setlist in this game better. RB2 really needs to have an option for a solo career like in RB1. I must've spent a hundred hours trying to five star every song in the game on expert. Both games have positives and negatives and I'm not blinded by some kind of childish brand loyalty in order to see that. It's not like I'm going to be getting a portion of HMX profits by shouting their greatness from the rooftops.
Dartagnan64;1491245 said:It looks like as always that GHWT appeals to "The Gamer" and RB2 appeals to "The Musician".The only people that are spouting off GHWT superiority are the nerdy score trackers that need to measure their epeen in gold stars or the game is just not worth it.I will buy GHWT. I will enjoy some songs on it and not others. I will likely still play RB2 as my primary music game because it has great charts, a ton of DLC and better band gameplay (shared star power? no band member saving? one fails=we all fail? seriously, what was Neversoft thinking?)
bse523;1491471 said:Just take a look at jgosh's posts. There's the fanboy that'll answer this question.
Fennz;1490459 said:After playing WT, I can't see how anybody can say WT>RB2.