"Not hard at all" is an understatement.
It might have been easy for you, but that was a hard fight for a ton of people.
The black knight archers were a much bigger source of frustration for me tho
He was in other skits as well, such as the racial draft.
If you're a comedy fan and rewatch the chappelle's show, you'll have more realizations.
Paul Mooney for example.
Once e3 rolls around, will there be a new poll?
Rock Band 4
To add to the good deal you posted,
$119, 4tb shipped, no tax(except ny)
$130, 5tb shipped, no tax(except ny)
I think they're making a platform like Rock Band.
They've stated they'll be adding 100s of songs down the line.
Given that, you'd be able to purchase music you're a fan of.
Not defending the setlist, it's obviously based on artist popularity.
Which makes sense, business wise.
Nevermind about GH being a platform.
"The GHL guitar will be forward-compatiable with any new guitar hero games that MIGHT come out during this console cycle."
Rock Band 4 wins by a landslide.
The Halo update dropped. Check the Halo thread if interested
It will not. Harmonix is coming back with a new attitude(thank you for supporting us, now we'll support our fans).
They're releasing a platform and will support it for the whole console generation.
Activision will most likely publish good music games for $$$ ala Destiny and COD.
Last gen, RB had to compete with GH. It was a battle for marketshare. If either studio put out an expansion/solo artist game, best believe the competition was doing something similar. RB/GH are going in different directions this gen, so we're not going to see what happened last gen. I have faith.
When I heard the devs. of both games talking about their games, it's clear that RB4 will be the dominant party game.
A lot of things, in terms of gameplay/releases. Guitar Hero is adding first person mode and a music video mode. Rock Band 4 being a platform is the biggest difference.
RB will be adding features that supposedly help with player expression. They'll be showing that off at e3.
RB/GH has improved gameplay mechanics over the years, so I think that'll be true this gen. In the RB/GH early days, you just hit notes.
By the end of the initial RB/GH run. You could hit accents, hit intensity, guitar solos, double bass, use electronic drums, the list goes on.
In a Harmonix podcast,
they talked about some of the playtesting of RB4's new features. How in the early stages, they had to tell players that it'd be rough. By the end, everything came together. People playtesting supposedly enjoyed the new features. That podcast talks about playtesting in general and how RB4's playtesting has went.
You'll have to wait until e3 for Harmonix to show their hand to you for a better answer.
If I had to answer that question, I'd say because RB4 will be the best party game of this gen.
I'm liking this trend of actors crossing over to video games.
Blood Diamond-esque game made by ND with Djimon Hounsou.
ND is the only one I'd trust with that type of story.
I still need to play TW2.
My 360 hdd isn't being recognized anymore for whatever reason.
Lost years worth of save data.
Trimmed my backlog though.