I can safely say I'm pretty much a roster-making fiend. I love it.
But I was never a part of Sega's heyday, so I have to look at their characters from the outside as an observer (mainly going by influence, reviews and sales). These characters I've listed could take part in any number of ways (a stage hazard, a boss fight, an Assist Trophy, Assist Character, maybe a Minion, or simply a story cameo).
Despite the above video, it doesn't have to be a Platform Fighter. You could have 3-D gameplay in large arenas, fusing Virtual On, Fighting Vipers and Virtua Fighter, for instance. Or you could just get Platinum to develop it (you know it would be well-made in their hands).
Here's the roster:
I wouldn't mind having a SEGA/Atlus fighting game.
One thing I really like about SEGA purchasing index is that a couple of weeks ago SEGA said that Atlus has full access to any old SEGA I Ps that aren't being used currently.
Sega, apparently, has some ties to Valve, because they got some TF 2 characters in their racing game. Surely, they could get some of the Teufort Nine in their fighting game as well, as guest characters? Could you imagine?
"Monsters are tragic beings. They are born too tall, too strong, too heavy. They are not evil by choice. That is their tragedy."
Demi-Fiend as an SNK Boss. That's all I want to see.
Ultimate super move would be Gaea Rage which would hit full screen and do a ton of damage on hit and block, and can only be avoided if the player is knocked down.
Supposedly they wanted to use Sackboy as the mascot to represent the PS3 and Vita versions, who already had his own kart racer coming out. Naturally, Sony didn't want to risk devouring those sales by including one of their key characters in a crossover.
Does that constitute Sackboy as a good console exclusive Guest Fighter in this hypothetical game?