I have to disagree. When Season 1 was made, they made a product, put a box around it defining what that product was, & shipped it out. They did the same with season 2, using the same box to make sure everyone knew it was just more of the same. But with season 3 they had already established 2 times over what the definition of a season is…8 characters, 8 stages, menus, UI, accessories,& a bonus character…& they’re using the same box to define the product, but they’re putting a different product in the box. That’s like waiting for a new refrigerator & hearing descriptions about it:
Yeah it’ll have precise temperature control (ok, good)…we put a new lightbulb in it so it’s brighter (sure why not), better insulation (I’d hope so) a turntable (um…ok that’s weird), It’ll heat your food to your exact specifications (Hey, wait a minute…That’s a microwave!!!), Yep, this refrigerator will have all of that & more!!!
& yes that is a valid description…both a refrigerator & microwave are insulated boxes made to change the temperature of food, & it’s fine if you call one a fridge & the other a microwave, but it’s BS when you put both products in the same box, claim they’re the same thing & then the producer (or other consumers for that matter) claims the consumer is an entitled crybaby that should be happy they’re getting any kind of product from them when the consumer says it’s not what they were expecting.
…& also this game isn’t like Street Fighter 2 where if you don’t like the dropoff in audio quality between Championship Edition & Super SF2 you can go back & play Championship Edition. We can’t go back & play Season 1 Fulgore…the changes made to Season 3 are across the board for everybody…so even if you did buy a fridge, get ready…it’s being converted into a microwave, & you’re an entitled baby if you don’t like it.
…sorry, but the whole ‘entitlement’ argument when referring to consumer products we’re paying good money for…it kinda grinds my gears…I mean if the game was just a fan project, free, & nobody was getting paid for their services that’d be one thing, but it’s not. We are paying for a service. We have a right to complain if we don’t like what we’re being given in exchange for our money. The term ‘entitlement’ should be slung elsewhere. It doesn’t apply here.