A game created by Harmonix, involving the simple concept of Guitar Hero, but throwing in a mic, a bass, and drums. It provides a sense of creating your own band, and playing music, without the years of experience on a real instrument! You can form a band via Xbox Live, to have your girl from Hawaii singing, a good friend in Amsterdam on drums and a buddy in Chicago on bass, or you can just have friends come over and enjoy a "virtual garage band" experience. It will be released on November 20th, 2007 for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 consoles. A PS2 release is scheduled for 2008. There is a bundle with all instruments at around $200, but the game itself is $60. It will provide backwards compatibility with a Guitar Hero guitar for those who don't want to spend $200. Also available are downloadable albums with all the songs, from the album, playable in the game. (The Who's "Who's Next" album, the first out of many albums that are going to be released), seperate songs and other DLC on the Xbox Live Marketplace, and PS3 Network, for a microtransaction of course.
If you're interested, you can check out www.rockband.com to see in-depth info on the game.
I can't wait to bang on those drums in Rock Band!
I can't wait to sing on the mic in Rock Band!
I can't wait to jam out on the guitar in Rock Band!
I can't wait to slap that bass in Rock Band!
|2.||Nexon Customer Service|
Good Customer Service from nexon.
A funny Family Circus cartoon.
Bisexual, Vampire Teen Wizards.
What do these things have in common?
None of them are real. They're all imaginary.
I will explain Nexon's approach to customer service in one sentence and then some more sentences after:
"We have your money, fuck you, we have your money."
You forgot your password.
You click the link "recover PW" under log in.
You are NOT sent your password. You have your real password reset. You are then sent a temporary password to log in with.
Your only option to check your account info is a reset password option. There is no info on your account for you to review. NOTHING.
When you attempt to change your password to a new one, you'll find that your temporary PW doesn't count toward changing it.
Thus, they've completely blocked you from ever logging back in on that account, as even if you remember your old PW somehow, it's now been reset to a random string of letters and numbers.
So basically, you need to remember your PW to recover your forgotten PW.
To use their customer service to open a ticket, you'll need to log in.
The ticket must consist of your two security questions, the second of which, ISN'T TOLD TO YOU.
Not only that but Nexon has been known to change your security questions without notice! ...
MT can be short or microtransactions and is sometimes used to refer to the sale of virtual goods in online games, like World of Warcraft.
That they'll (ex. Blizzard) get greedy and try to nickel-and-dime us with MTs.
Treasured as sacred relics to Team Fortress 2 players, hats are a form of cosmetic headgear that have no gameplay effects whatsoever. Despite the fact that they're completely inconsequential to the game itself, people seem to do ANYTHING just to get their useless hats, from trading, to Steam game promotions, and even through micro-transactions.
Average TF2 player: Willing to trade 5 flare guns for a Towering Pillar of Hats