I have no problem accumulating disagrees, so this isn't about that.
But I am curious: do you think I lied about getting the 900 cheevo?0
Ahhh... you don't understand the futility of my Rock Band career and therefore disagree that earning that cheevo was a victory. Got it.
I have no problem accumulating disagrees, so this isn't about that.Nah you didn't lie ... it's just that you posted it as a 'victory' whereas it's actually 'pointless' XD
But I am curious: do you think I lied about getting the 900 cheevo?1
I was playing some songs for the weekly challenge and the Coldplay songs seemed like sleepy Emo stuff with way too many kick notes. They don't really seem to fit in with Alternative, do they?0
I miss track packs.Physical media means a lot more headaches for a small independent developer. You have to line up distribution and retail space, and all kinds of things. With digital distribution HMX can release each song as it get re-licensed, or close to it to fir a pack. With a physical track pack disc they can't even start printing discs until all songs are finished and all contracts signed. Plus physical discs are a different kind of contract than the standard DLC ones. And the publisher and distributor all take a cut of the profits. Not to mention any potential buyers that already have just a few of the songs in the track pack are suddenly non-buyers because it doesn't make financial sense for them to buy the pack.
Is there any reason they cant just start making/offer the disc track packs again with new content?
I realize the ease of digital downloads but sometimes its just better to get the disc and install stuff.
If these folks have to buy all the songs over again anyway, plus with all the SIEE, SIEA, stuff just seems like it would be an easy solution by bundling all these songs into a track pack for retail.
I just don't see Track Packs being that great for HMX at this point in the franchise.1