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PSO2 are a company named EstSoft

By mmoruki at 2020-08-19 • 0 collector • 463 pageviews

I really don't see why height is a big thing? I mean about the Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta forums, the problem has been discussed cause people are weird and want to produce lolis that is disturbing. We are honestly more than likely not going to get voice tickets anytime soon since I am convinced it's safe to assume many if not all were probably given rights only for the Japanese pso2. Sega would have to probably renegotiate and ask for rights to utilize NA then look to find voice actors to dub it to the NA market. PSO2 are a company named EstSoft. They're just there to try and appease us. They do not have any relevant information out of what Sega tells them hence why the deleted tweet assuring PC stuff.

It's why a lot of what they state is not blunt and open to interpretation. We have no immediate contact to Sega Japan. They pick and decide what's sent over. You are worried they are just milking NA players but also complain they didnt shove more useless AC voice tickets down our throats when they could copy and paste it. They are already losing potential earnings from the massive disaster of a launch and individuals quitting after trying PSO2 or only cant log into. So if they are trying to milk us, they half-assing it.

Fresh finds has items which were AC items or rare items from JP which we can get with no playing the RNG gatcha also it allows people who have cash to burn and spontaneous disorders to spend more. Its unfortunate that they dont actually allow you to purchase the items twice to make it account jumped, waste of more profit. Microsoft has these things covered so SEGA just collects the gain folks are ready to spend. I agree they need to allow gamers the freedom to make shorter/smaller characters only since I know some men and women who wont play or spend money on PSO2 differently. Businesses can change their versions, we'll see by the end of the year how bad the gatekeeping is when we catch up to JP and other platforms allowing more players to spend money.

There is not any pvp in PSO2 yet but we will have a mode in the future. Your course won't actually issue for this because abilities and gear are disabled and you pick up a random weapon (you may reroll this weapon if you wish.) There is not actually comboing/stun-locking involved from the pvp mode. Much like skill shots. What I like about PSO2 over BnS is that the amount of content to be enjoyed. You can literally waste your time just redecorating your room if you want or you may try your hand in the multitude of different sorts of"dungeons."

I have not played the other matches you have talked about, but I think that it's relevant to say that PSO2 began in Japan 8 years back, and also the NA release is intentionally waaaaay behind. I'm closing in on my first NA degree 75 course but I have essentially no experience using JP, hence the following advice is my understanding from what I have seen on this subreddit, not first hand experience. We have QoL and some class material from episode 6 (newest in JP), we have story up until episode 3, we have real classes up to episode 4, and buy meseta pso2 we're currently facing bosses from the episode 2 era.

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