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Try spacing out your essay next time. I don't really see any facts. As Vroku said, it is legal. I'd probably try out Xeno, but migrate over, probably not. We'll see what happens.
Please structure your paragraphs, because it's very difficult to read otherwise.
This is retarded
This is Raging Soul logic.
No disrespect intended, but I see nothing worth considering in your thread.There is no facts here, there is no proofs, nothing to back up your story.As far as every dbo user knows is that DBO KR closed when NTL went kinda bankrupt giving that they were failing on some games including DBO KR, which was totally a fail at that time with what they had expected.NTL worked with Bandai all along, they weren't in need to buy any copyrights, it's dragon ball.If you are going to "inform" people like a newsreporter, you should carry evidence to support what you are saying, otherwise is as good as a street rumor.
I think you have another understanding of what facts are.We could answer to your doubts, but what you're saying about DBO, NTL and Bandai has no evidence, you could just be making it up. That's all I'm saying.Your doubts are based on your story, without evidence, it's just a story, not a fact so you shouldn't be worrying about it. In any case, we are not stopping the project unless (magically), some new official DBO appears, or we don't have enough players, or stuff like that.
I've answered this question a few times already, and i'll correct a few misguided assumptions here aswell;NTL was contracted by Bandai KR back in 2005-2006*?(Not entirely sure, but it was suppose to start in 2007, but was delayed to 2009)This explains why DBO looks fairly dated by the time it's actually released.But the main reason why NTL closed up shop as for the simple reason as it wasn't popular in Korea, that is the only reason why.Taiwan and Hong Kong had no real difference to the development as it was just another company that was licensed to distribute the game, they were in charge of fixing any bugs that the client had (which in the end wasabii cared more about HK then TW, because of the new license), Having your funding cut, and spending more then you assets has usually end up in the company going bust, which happens to alot of game design studios these days.Xenoverse has been in development before DBO was even announced to close.As we're not profiting from this at all, the only thing they can get us on, would be the character assets we are using through out our sites and videos.Which would mean i'd have to remove them, which i have no issues with.Also, this is my 1337 post..So very leet.