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How Music Games Could Improve On Next Gen. Consoles

GamerFitNation: As we enter a new generation of consoles, something other than higher graphics has to change. Consoles are no longer just for gaming, they’re a way to get healthy or-as we all probably saw on the Xbox One presentation-another way of watching TV. Like the previous generation (PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii) we saw something completely different, fitness became incorporated to gaming consoles and was a huge success.

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aim4dabushiz1157d ago

2 words han zimmer... he can make pooping more epic!

GreenRanger1157d ago (Edited 1157d ago )

Maybe musicians should refrain from recording in their living rooms.
Linkin Park: Aww, yeah! we've just finished another album! Now let's all go down town and copyright this vocal slice of heaven!
Chester: Hey, what's that laughing sound coming from my Xbox One?
Mike: The hell is that?! It sounds like Bill Gates!
*Bill Gates' voice comes through Kinect*
Bill: MWAHAHAHA! I've been listening to you this whole time and i have recorded and copyrighted everything through Kinect!!
Mike: NOOOOOOO!!!
Chester: Sick Perverted Mofo!
Bill: Oh, i'm also going to release a new version of 'The Catalyst', here listen to this:
*Bill starts to sing*
Bill: "God bless us, everyone, we're all gonna buy an Xbox One", You like that?!
Chester: This is all a dream! Just a bad dream!
Mike: *Slits wrist*
^^This could actually happen!

LOL_WUT1157d ago

Out of all the bands out there how did you land up with Linkin Park? ;)

GreenRanger1157d ago

I was listening to LP while i wrote that comment. :-)

harkki861157d ago

I think we need music games with more than just licensed music. i like dj hero because it was actually brand-new music. okay, so it was two licensed songs mashed together, but the tracks were new to the game.

SAYGUH1157d ago

Harkki, I'd have to agree. DJ Hero expanded the franchise to more music, audiences, etc. I do like Guitar Hero but when you limit it to just typical Rock & Metal, it doesn't appeal to certain audiences. The 80s were an example of what great music & collaborations, can do. ;)