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Do you love music games? Do you hate them? Why? Tell us what you think and get a chance to win one of two $50 GameStop Gift Cards.
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Now go rock on! Or if you're more like me, spin that record, baby!
Hmmm, this survey opens up assuming that you play simon says music games, bur doesn't give the option to say that you don't play them and why not. It's very much catered to the fan of the genre. Being a musician, it seems that if this could inspire people to become actual musicians, that'd be swell. I can see the argument as well for the casual gamer who also thinks Karaoke is cool, there is a similar appeal. But to be hardcore about a music game that's just memorization and response, seems ultimately silly and useless on many levels. If your willing to dedicate that much time and memory, take it to the next level and get your rock on.
lol lets see what happens
Music is the best because when you get bored or mad, music can sometimes cheer you up!
Yes, I love music games. I just love music. Thanks.
I'll give you a ham sandwich if you pick me.
Not even a ham sandwich? You have an adamantium will...
Music games are bizarre to me. Why pretend to play an instrument when you can just play the instrument itself? Video games for me are about doing things I can't (or wouldn't) do in real life. My little brother is pretty great at Guitar Hero but no one will care when that fad fades whereas time spent actually learning to play guitar is more rewarding.
Hope I win....but it don't matter.
do i love music games you got to be kidding me i love them especially guitar hero 5 3 all of them though i havent played dj hero yet why i like them is because you can hear some new songs youv never heard of and whats cool about guitar hero(3) is that you can do guitar battles versus the computer and agianst your friend do iv heard theres this beatles game of that old rockband and my friends say iits cool i say the more m usic games there is (band also) the marrierrrr. email@example.com
Rock and roll won't Die until some other Genre comes along. And then we'll be the ones yelling "Turn of that rukus!"
I think it's difficult to make something different, something that stands out. I personally don't enjoy them but to each their own.
I never cared much for music games in the first place, and i am a huge fan of rock and roll. classic rock particularly. while i never did spend much money on music games, i have a friend who has just about every single one, and he is a huge beatles fan. I don't beleive rock and roll will ever die as long as there are still rock and roll vetrans out there like clapton and mick. if the new rockers like cold play would cary down the legacy of good music, i don't think we'll lose it. as far as music games go, i don't see why anyone should have more than one or two different cd's because they are pretty much a good party game but not much else. i don't see how many times someone could play the same music game over and over unless they had friends with them. I'm not exactly sure when music games began, but i don't think it's going to be just another passing fad as long as they keep making new ones like band hero, and trying to shake things up with things like dj hero.
I kinda think music games are getting old like Guitar Hero. I think its too easy for them to make games because they come out with like 15 games per year.So no I dont think they should make Music video games
is this a glitched thread or something?