the question for me which remains unanswered is if an NDA agreement is INTENDED (note: intention, reason for it existing, etc)then why is it interpreted to mean nothing can be said about things that are already public knowledge or things not specific enough to help any competitors or dampen consumer interest?
we know Meiko is being made. we know originally it was just an upgrade to v2. we know that they rerecorded the Seiyu and changed plans to go for v3. on top of that confirming or denying there will be an english vb does not seem commercially damaging. i don't see how answering questions that would not effect the commercial viability of their product need to be NDA top secret.
This robot thingy might be a violation of NDA but i don't understand how "yeah we want to do english Meiko in the future but arent working on it right now" or "yeah we are working on English Meiko but cannot reveal release dates now" or "the Meiko recording was um about 5 times longer than a regular VB"... i don't see the necessity of NDA coverage for any of that.
I can see NDA coverage for CFM's plans to take over the world governments with a gigantic Miku robot bashing sky scrapers with a giant leek. but not "yeah; the Meiko VB recording sessions were so long"
This post has been edited by Stormbringer: 24 February 2012 - 11:32 PM