Can't say I didn't see this coming. Fortunately, RBN for the 360 will keep putting out great releases. I can't wait to see what Harmonix has planned for future projects, and the last few weeks of "official" music store dlc. You never know, they might try
to please everyone if they're trying to end on a high note.
I know that many are saddened by this news, but I see this as a "blessing in disguise", resources need to be directed towards new endeavours and they've heavily fortified the 'RockBand 3' library to keep most players busy for quite some time. It's time
to look ahead to the future and with the NextGen technologies about to be unveiled, I predict a resurgence in "Plastic Rock" down the line here somewhere...:-)
They havent put out a game in almost what, 2 years? You really cant expect them to keep supporting a game with $2 song sales. At some point they need to put out a new disc with 20 songs on it for $60 to p[ay for that overhead and ability to push small $
DLC for a yr or so. I appreciate all they have done and thier continued support up till now has been great. think about it, how long is any COD game supported? 8 months? EA takes thier games online capabilities away after a yr and a half most of the time never-mind
completely abandoning support after 6 months.
Now a days its accepted by the community for game companies to put out low quality games for full price while we wait for patches and updates that rarely ever come. Not to mention DLC for things that were once included in games.
Its the communities fault really. We alolow these devs and studios to take advantage of us so what do we expect?