I really expect meseta pso2 is powerful enough to remain


  • I really expect meseta pso2 is powerful enough to remain for quite a while. I guess it won't be a major hit but it receives a niche audience. Even if I dislike the monetization of inventory space (that is true here, so far as I could tell from the beta) but I put some cash aside to convert it into their currency, regardless of what they offer. The Phantasy Star games always have a special feeling like no other games, although I can't actually tell what it is. I was already hooked by the Beta. I love it. But I can also see why people will not get right into it. Some already told me it's"too japanese" (like"on the top") for them later watching some videos.


    I think what you're asking is for new games with elderly IPs especially as many of Phantasy Star Online 2s do not even have fresh games created in Japan. In reference to bringing a lot of their IPs SEGA's been improving over the years. This year we'll be seeing PSO2's Western launch accompanied with Sakura Wars, another franchise that had also been Japan-only for a long time. Exactly like the case with Phantasy Star, this comes down to exactly what SEGA of Japan would like to do. The Western branches of SEGA do not have too much control over what is done bout these IPs folks beg them to use. Tho it might be better off on the Switch imo)


    Basically I just want an excuse use and to buy Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta construct a DIY twin-stick installation much like the VOOM arcade cabinets. PSO2 JP has tie-ins with three telephone programs. I would love to see as it was a Vita title, NA and JP get another mobile tie-in using a remaster of PS0 BUT PSNova may be a match ESPECIALLY on Switch. I suppose either is possible because modern phones can manage NDS emulation NP and re-written NDS and Vita titles would run fine.

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