FF_VIII said:What? He said it teaches you not to be an arsehole, then he says fame and fortune is a joke.
-Rogue5- said:HA. So the exact opposite of what the op thought?
bryehn should get a tag... something like, "doesn't know how to listen" or "does not listen to johnny rotten."
Well GH3 also teaches you to be an asshole as well. You wouldn't believe how smug some people get because they can beat a song on expert. But maybe thats just my experience with it.FF_VIII said:What? He said it teaches you not to be an arsehole, then he says fame and fortune is a joke.
Opus Angelorum said:
Eric P said:it's all an act though isn't it? because when he was just Lydon for PiL he didn't do this stuff, or did he and I'm just not aware
Eric P said:well that's not very punk at all.
According to the (unnamed) sources in the report, the musicians earned a flat fee of about $300 for each of their GH covers, with no residuals based on sales of the hot-ticket game. Pretty sad, considering that Activision stands to rake in more than $500 million in combined Guitar Hero sales this year
Meh, if they don't like it don't do it. Not their fault you said yes to $300.Unison said: