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larafan25 05-02-12 23:44

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Originally Posted by leglion (Post 5958792)
Actually, all that proves(i say that lightly) is that they thought about it at one point but the fact that Karl said there would be no multiplayer proves they either scrapped it or meagan marie didn't know anything about it, thus not beign able to confirm or deny it.

They have said themselves in response to the question about the online logos that were once on the official site - that they had tons of ideas on the table which they're figuring out.

Of course I seem to remember Karl saying no multiplayer, but I can't find where it was said.

Can someone find that?

That being said does go against the online logos and the job ads...

Maybe Karl just meant the story would not be multiplayer.

I think it was a podcast when he said it, and recently I listened to all of them (except the early E3 ones) and couldn't find a thing on multiplayer (except the GI podcats in which the answer was that they're looking at the option).

leglion 05-02-12 23:44

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Originally Posted by Stevo505 (Post 5958796)
But for one answer she just said she didn't have a definite answer (for picking up item prompts) but for the co-op she quickly said "no comment." Yeah, they could have been thinking about it. Where did Karl say no multiplayer?

Not having a definite answer and knowing absolutely nothing are two different things to me. Podcast if memory serves me correctly.

larafan25 05-02-12 23:46

Well let's all just search instead of arguing about it so we can all just lay what we know out and look at it...and maybe cry if he did say no.

TBH I still think that the multiplayer functionality could be vague and for any of CD's games....incl TR10.

Stevo505 06-02-12 00:00

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Originally Posted by leglion (Post 5958800)
Not having a definite answer and knowing absolutely nothing are two different things to me. Podcast if memory serves me correctly.

I thought "no comment" was generally used when something can't be discussed.

leglion 06-02-12 00:01

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Originally Posted by Stevo505 (Post 5958823)
I thought "no comment" was generally used when something can't be discussed.

Well, Karl usually says he can't say too much about it right now so not really.

larafan25 06-02-12 00:05

I'm searching and searching, and TBH people are saying it but I'm not seeing a source anywhere.

Stevo505 06-02-12 00:06

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Originally Posted by leglion (Post 5958827)
Well, Karl usually says he can't say too much about it right now so not really.

But he knows the answer, he just can't say anything. If he didn't know he would say "I don't know" like Meagan did. But if he knows something he can't reveal yet, he says "We can't talk about that now..."

leglion 06-02-12 00:08

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Originally Posted by Stevo505 (Post 5958834)
But he knows the answer, he just can't say anything. If he didn't know he would say "I don't know" like Meagan did. But if he knows something he can't reveal yet, he says "We can't talk about that now..."

Karl doesn't know everything, he's just a branch of marketing as is Meagan Marie, he's not part of the main team.

Stevo505 06-02-12 00:09

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Originally Posted by leglion (Post 5958837)
Karl doesn't know everything, he's just a branch of marketing as is Meagan Marie, he's not part of the main team.

A brand manager is likely to know more before a community manager, right?

leglion 06-02-12 00:12

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Originally Posted by Stevo505 (Post 5958838)
A brand manager is likely to know more before a community manager, right?

It depends. Both of their jobs are equally important.


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