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Thread: I think those people are misinterpreting what actually happened

Created on: 06/24/20 01:47 AM

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I think those people are misinterpreting what actually happened
06/24/20 1:47 AM

Just NA based servers, screwing over EU folks? Phantasy Star Online 2 isn't heavily reliant on ping. It'll be OK. I've been playing from east coast US on PSO2 Meseta Japan servers along with the latency hasn't been a problem in any way. Some individuals stated on this thread that there were large purges on the Japanese servers aimed toward people circumventing the"region locking". I think that it might not be that secure to perform if they are not officially launching.

I think those people are misinterpreting what actually happened. The r/pso2 subreddit would be blowing if the US/EU/AU was prohibited and accounts purged. The only area that has been locked from the JP servers was SEA, however they did possess things misconfigured for a while which blocked more folks than planned. Some individuals did get banned for using a VPN something like 5 years ago, but that is a risk you will take with playing any sport via a VPN as you are going to be sharing an IP with other Phantasy Star Online 2 players who might be hacking and it appears suspicious as hell to see thousands or hundreds of Phantasy Star Online 2 gamers connecting from the same IP.

In general, Sega has been incredibly lenient with letting people overseas play the fan translation. That may change now with the US release, but I do not think the population of English Phantasy Star Online 2 players on the JP servers which will remain after the full release in the united states is going to be worth their attempt to do anything about. The Phantasy Star Online 2 players that will stay behind are Phantasy Star Online 2 gamers who've been around for decades and likely spent some money in Phantasy Star Online 2.

We'll see though. The SEA variation was managed by a different business and a bit different compared to the JP version with pay2win material going on and has been far behind in articles. That version did not do and was closed down IIRC. Sega had to do with this release. It had been in English, but the translation was terrible and was clearly done by people that had never played with a Phantasy Star game.

Each of the resources, content, and data state"Late May." Should we be expecting delays? I'm wondering if I need to invest in another match, or bide my time to get Phantasy Star. I tried using the Windows 10 Xbox App, but it did not work. It isn't recorded that I could find, although there is also some articles about a possible Steam release.

It really feels NA PC users will be the red. I really dislike the release has been handled. The absence of Steam and the delays. Steam is preferred by me but thats anything. Sega seems incompetent when it comes to making money. Even Blizzard with their disdain for buy meseta pso2 Phantasy Star Online 2 gamers had considerably farther out than 11 days that are available to go. Seriously though. This increases from incompetent to another person.

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RE: I think those people are misinterpreting what actually happened
06/24/20 10:08 AM

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