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Oct 06 2012
By: ChanceKnowsBest Hekseville Citizen 288 posts
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Why don't IP Holders give the OK to Superbot?

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I understand that it's not a walk in the park to just grab any character and put in the game. SB requires special permission but why is it such a hassle to do it. Do IP Holders not understand that it's beneficial and for the community? Not to mention it would make the game all the more better. What are their reasons for rejecting their popular character to SB?

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Treasure Hunter
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Re: Why don't IP Holders give the OK to Superbot?

Oct 6, 2012
Might confuse there audience to see charecters appear in another game, keeping in mind the majority of gamers are casual and know only what they physically see in front of them.
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Oct 6, 2012
lol also mgr is casual game same with dante
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Re: Why don't IP Holders give the OK to Superbot?

Oct 6, 2012
Different companies have different reason.
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Re: Why don't IP Holders give the OK to Superbot?

Oct 6, 2012

I don't see how having your character in a fighting game can fail. It`s not like if this game fails then your game will fail. Of anything, it`s pretty much a free advertisement for your game.

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Re: Why don't IP Holders give the OK to Superbot?

Oct 6, 2012

Name some reasons. Because saying no simply due to confusion doesn't sound very plausible. And you'd have to be an idiot to mistake ps-all stars for something else.

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Re: Why don't IP Holders give the OK to Superbot?

Oct 6, 2012
Imagine Lara Croft for example. They may not want to showcase the new design before there own game, and not want the old model so to keep up the hype on there current version.
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S-o-h-a-i-l wrote:
Imagine Lara Croft for example. They may not want to showcase the new design before there own game, and not want the old model so to keep up the hype on there current version.

I think that Eidos didn't want to associate themselves with Playstation any longer.

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Re: Why don't IP Holders give the OK to Superbot?

Oct 6, 2012

We don't really know what goes in during these "meetings". Their may be a justifiable reasons as to why some companies feel the need to not give the OK, we just don't know. They're not obliged to tell us.

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That may be the case aswell. I mean there's millions of reasons these IP holders can have not to allow there character in the game. Better not to dwell on it too much and think about what we do have.
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