The DLC thing actually happens with a lot of games, though. CoD and Halo map packs are rarely ever made by the guys who made the game nowadays, for example. Regardless, Big C is completely right about the transition that took place with MM during LBP.
^This is very true.
Another example is Borderlands 2. Gearbox Software didn't develop the Mr. Torgue DLC. The Workshop actually did (same dev that made Sorcery).
Medium shot on SUPERBOT. SUPERBOT looks back and forth, fidgeting with something. As camera pans down, we see a filthy looking BROWN PAPER BAG filled with an UNKNOWN SUBSTANCE in one hand, a LIGHTER in the other.
Return to establishing shot. SUPERBOT takes on deep breath before setting the BAG on fire and dropping it, in one smooth movement. With a second's hesitation, SUPERBOT ring's SONY's doorbell, and sprints out of frame, to the left.
A few seconds pass, and SONY opens the door.
I'm actually glad as a consumer. I want to see more DLC for this game (in the form of more stages and characters) but at the pace that superbot has been working on them, it seemed pretty unlikely that we would see many characters.
But this is just me...
I really hope Killian takes the lead for the DLC's. he knows what the fans want, and probably knows the best at SSM for the job.
Best wishes to Superbot, love you gusy, specially Clockw0rk
@nch2112 are you kidding with that last part about Sly 4 it's going to sell very well I think there are way more than 100 Poole who know about it. There are 2 whole FB pages dedicated to it not to mention Sanzaru games has made it a point to prove to fans of the old games like myself that they stayed true to the games and added more on top of it all. Sly 4 will sell well a lot of old fans are interested while they attracted new fans plus making it $40 with cross but from the start has changed some minds. All stars could have used more marketing but it seems a lot of games don't get huge marketing and do fine, I think it was part of tge reason for the sales being average but not the whole reason.
Oh, man... Poor SuperBot...
I feel very bad for them. Wished luck on future endeavors is the last thing you want to hear as a company..
At this moment I want to wish all staff @ SuperBot GoodLuck, I'll be sure to follow and can't wait for your next work.