quote StodieThe argument is still going on, I suspect, because we are both stubborn people, and now it is just a matter of principle. At no point was 'launch roster' determined to absolutely mean every character on the game at launch. As I stated initially, launch roster is the phrase used, and it could easily mean the characters available at the START of the game. Even if this has proven to so far be all of them, there was not a time a representative said this is 'everyone on the launch disk.' Gaming companies are notorious for trying to mislead hardcore fans with tricky wording like that, especially when translated. Let us not get this twisted, nor forget interpretation is all we have in the world.quote NapoleonDosRIght, that would be a "complete roster", which won't be complete until Superbot stops producing DLC.My point is completely disregarded here, that 'launch roster' does not mean 'entire character selection on the game device'
However, the "launch roster" is only the characters that come with the game when it is shipped out. Which it already has.
Kat and Emmet may be available as DLC, but they weren't included in the game to begin with, so they aren't part of the "launch roster", but rather the complete roster.
Why is this argument still going on? The game is out. All of this should be glaringly obvious by now.
quote NapoleonDosRIght, that would be a "complete roster", which won't be complete until Superbot stops producing DLC.My point is completely disregarded here, that 'launch roster' does not mean 'entire character selection on the game device'
quote nnnddd101010Is this a jab at me? if so----
quote NapoleonDosYou probably are 99% right, .. Odds on Dante ..There is no single or multiple logical reason as to why this doesn't indicate more players.
quote nnnddd101010No... they said that was the launch roster.They already said that 20 is all there is going to be in the game. Any other characters would be as DLC.
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