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Greetings! I am horsie890 and I cannot draw to save my life, but nonetheless, I have created a MUSE comic full of silly shenanigans. I will now post all of it. Right here. Huzzah. The first few sets of panels are a little older, and it was before I decided to make the text of a decently readable size, but it got better from there. Apologies for the failure to even draw xkcd-style. EDIT: I'm now drawing a prequel to this that's actually on paper and looks like people. It's on the later pages. No harm in reading this first, though. In fact, you'll probably enjoy it more if you do. And that's all for now. I hope somebody enjoys it.
Hello all! I searched around this forum, and I didn't see a topic about this. As some of you may (or may not) be aware, there are music video games ("Rock Band" and "Guitar Hero") out there that let you play virtual instruments along with songs by popular artists. Muse's music has appeared in both of these games. The song "Hysteria" is playable on the European disc of Rock Band, and is available as Downloadable Content (DLC) for North American Rock Band players. in Rock Band However, this is not enough Muse for players of Rock Band. A whole community of Muse fans has emerged on the Rock Band forums asking the makers of the game to add more tracks. There is a thread in which over 2,000 players have petitioned for more Muse songs to be added. If you already play Rock Band, please feel free to add your voice here: http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=19041 If you don't play Rock Band, you can help out your fellow Muse fans by using the Rock Band request a song feature here: http://www.rockband.com/request (You don't need to sign up for the forums to use it) Muse songs have also appeared in the competing Guitar Hero franchise. is a playable track in Guitar Hero III (A number of players feel that this song was charted in such a way as to artificially amp up the difficulty on plastic guitar and doesn't reflect the way it is played on a real instrument. I don't see it, but maybe you do.) , and "Stockholm Syndrome" were part of a DLC pack for Guitar Hero III. (Again, a few players doubt that these charts accurately reflect for plastic guitar the difficulty of "playing" these songs. I'll just let you be the judge.) was featured in Guitar Hero: World Tour (aka Guitar Hero 4). This was the second time Muse appeared in a game in which everyone could play as part of a full band (their first appearance was "Hysteria" in Rock Band - already mentioned above). was featured in Guitar Hero 5. This one is special because this game features a 'cameo' by an in-game avatar of Matt Bellamy. Sadly, Chris & Dom do not appear. (I apologize that this video only shows guitar, and not the other instruments). I know this has been a wall of text post, but I wanted to be as informative as possible for those of you who might not know about these things. Personally, I think it's cool that there are video games that let you feel like you are "playing" these songs. We can't all be Matt, Dom and Chris (even if we want to be). Also, these games have been gateways into getting people into bands they might not have heard or been aware of. If they get people to listen to Muse's music, that's a good thing. So, what do you guys think about Muse's music being in popular video games?
Muse got 1 song in guitar hero 3 (knights of cydonia) and 1 in guitar hero 5 (plug in baby) Knights of cydonia was not in "guitar hero greatest hits" while it was one of the favorites by the people who played guitar hero 3 and wanted to buy gh:gh I found out that plug in baby is not exportable (i'm pretty pissed about that) while matt bellamy himself was in the game and Uprising is in the next game. that might mean that "plug in baby and Knights of Cydonia" will be in a muse track-pack or a game related to muse. what do you think? and vote in the poll what you want