Rocksmith DLC 5/14 – Maroon 5 Pack

Yup it’s Maroon 5 DLC for Rocksmith and there is NOTHING you can do about it! For those of you that like funk guitar and sweet bass lines (you want to buy Misery trust me) you are in luck. Everyone else?

… Maybe you won’t be so alone next release.

Maroon 5 Pack (640 MSP / $7.99)

• Maroon 5 “Misery”  – Combo / Single Note – [XBL]
• Maroon 5 “Harder to Breathe” – Combo / Combo 2 / Single Note – [XBL]

• Maroon 5 “She Will Be Loved” – Combo / Combo 2 – [XBL]


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  1. Okay, I’ve got no problem with Rocksmith releasing a fair amount of pop tunes, if that’s where the money is. But Maroon 5? What freaking year is this? Who in the heck even listens to those guys?
  2. why are you so against requests
  3. I would like to see some Buddy Holly or Ritchie Valens. Mixed with some Tool possibly Mudvayne maybe some Van Hagar lol
  4. I wouldn't say mad.
    Because I simply won't buy it, so it's them losing out on my purchase.

    Yet again, il come back next week to find some 'mainstream' crap and you'll continue to mock us metal heads, as I believe we (metal heads) make up most of the games sales.

    • Do you really think that if Ubisoft had data showing that metal DLC sells better, the company would just ignore the evidence and not release more metal DLC? Ubisoft knows how much each DLC sells, and they make decisions based on that. If you're seeing classic rock and recent pop-rock more than metal, you can bet that's what sells better. I think metal only sells well when it's well-known stuff like Metallica, but these bands are hard to get. They could probably release more DLC from lesser-known metal bands (they have a song from Lamb of God for sale) but they probably have hard data showing it is better to release a Maroon 5 DLC pack. Metal-heads always think that because they scream louder (get it?) they're in the majority.
  5. Mad? No, as long as they keep up the pattern and the next DLC is classic stuff I'm fine.
  6. U Mad Metalheads?

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