Originally Posted by BASHERS33
Well if they are as Godly of a company as a couple people think on here, they will surely not screw wii players out of their RB1 puirchase.
jwebb, we could have just as easily started a band on GH:WT also though. Andddd you're never on when I am.
Also I'm really confused because from the time these games were both announcved, you kept saying you loved the GH setlist much better and now you say most of your time will be spent on RB2. lol
I asked for RB2 for Christmas so I better get it because if I don't and have to buy it myself I wonder if stores will be wiped clean by then!
For me personally, the more hard rock/metal setlist in GH is very cool. Hell, Tool & VH alone make it for me (I'd say Hendrix, too - but getting the shaft on the DLC has lessened it's importance to me). Plus, there are the handful of songs there that my daughter never tires of singing.
RB2, OTOH, is much more "party friendly", plus I believe with every fiber of my being that RB2 is gonna have much more replay factor due to it's greater list of tracks to be purchased.
Thinking now that I may go either w/ the RB2 drums - and drum in RB only, or even snag the RB1 set if the $99 pricetag drops further (it may very well do that - in some places, it has). Then again, I am also considering just RB drums & a GH:WT guitar.
At this point, I just want to play the tunes.
As to GH, I did DL the Nirvana tracks last night. Good stuff (to me, at least).
I'd put a band together w/ you on either, however the options are far more open on RB2 it seems. But yeah....it would come down to when I was on coinciding w/ when you were (differing playtime habits, time zone diferences & the fact that I have children that can interrupt my game time all play a part).