"Start collecting things in the dungeon at the very start, it will pay dividence later."
I don't understand this either. The stuff in the dungeon at the beginning is simple rusty iron armor, some very weak potions, and some rusty iron weapons. Unless you have OCD and are trying to get a copy of every item in the game for display in one of your houses or something, it's pretty useless stuff."
I think he's saying that because if you collect everything in the tutorial dungeon you can sell it all when you get out and start out with a fair amount of money.
"If I wanted GH:WT I'd have to spend almost $200 since the drums aren't compatible, I would have much less songs, I would have less songs I like, supporting a developer I don't like as much that's milking the series, etc.
Drums are compatible for 360 users, but it hasn't been announced for any other systems. "
Wait...really? So my RB drums will work with GH:WT? I haven't heard this before...do you have a source? I thought since the GH:WT set had more "buttons" it wouldn't work...
I don't think I'll be picking up GH:WT, I would rather spend a lot of time on one then dividing my attention between two and RB2 looks much better IMO. With all the DLC I have there will be well over 200 songs day of release for me. I loved the original and basically my only complaints are being fixed.
If I wanted GH:WT I'd have to spend almost $200 since the drums aren't compatible, I would have much less songs, I would have less songs I like, supporting a developer I don't like as much that's milking the series, etc.
As for the music creation I write music on real instruments. If I started spending time doing that in a game I would just say to myself, "Why don't I just do this for real?" I'm not putting it down, I'm sure many people will enjoy it, it's just not for me.
"I have no idea what im going to do with all my DLC. I'm very quickly running out of room on my HD for DLC and other game content. I might have bite a bigass bullet and buy a new 120gb HD with a transfer kit >.< "