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Post by Dan @ 09:26am 21/07/14 | 3 Comments
Reaching out to rhythm game fans by way of its official newsletter, Rock Band and Dance Central developer Harmonix looks to be feeling out interest in a wider return to the Rock Band franchise with an online survey full of suggestive questions.

The survey quizzes users on their rhythm game habits, asking how many "functional" plastic instruments they still have left, and what platforms they did most of their virtual rocking out on, before bluntly asking whether they would prefer more DLC or ports of previous games from newer consoles, or a new game entirely.



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Flameforge
Posted 12:35pm 21/7/14
Good! I just need Rock Band 3 ported to PS4 and I'll be set for another 6 years.
Reverend Evil
Posted 01:15pm 21/7/14
I'll buy it when they make it so you can add your own songs to it. Also, having to load different discs over the series sucks. They need to make it so it stores all the music and you only need one disc to play.
Khel
Posted 03:25pm 21/7/14
Rock Band used to let you export the songs from the previous versions when a new one came out, so you only needed to use one disc. Think the Beatles one was the only one that didn't let you export the songs.

If they port it, they better not expect me to pay for all the DLC all over again, f*** that.
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