09-27-2012 01:51 AM
dont ask stupid questions >< alot of people went over to the team of SB and got no answers cause they asked the most stupidest and straught forward questions like "will crash / spyro / cloud make it in the game?"
"how many characters be in the final product?"
try to ask questions they wont expect too much like:
" will the final game have 24+ / 22+ characters?" this is a short example since you might not get a good answer you would expect but if they answer this type of question at least you'll know there will be a bit more to expect from SB.
ask them :how will this lvling up system work and what sort of stuff it will give you."
also about "how many costumes will each character get."
and also try to in a way ask them if "we will get to see what are minions or how will minions work."
you need to ask them in a sneaky way so they wont expect it or be surprised and hesitate.
it seems like Seth Killian has gave up lots of info just from a couple of video interviews he had with IGN in his expert videos since he got questions he didnt expect or didnt mind to answer to clear up a small confusion.
so whoever is gonna question stuff good luck
09-27-2012 02:00 AM
Don't worry man, I won't be asking those types. When I requested questions I stated no character or stage reveal questions as Superbot would be sick of them.
09-27-2012 02:12 AM
good man hope you have fun at the convention and I am expecting great news
Heck, if I had known Battle Royale was at Eurogamer like at the start of September, I would've gone to Eurogamer as Sir Daniel!