While PSO2 has some stuff that's intended to look more realistic and it just doesn't, and a few textures are really low quality, etc.. But it's not the worst looking game, not good looking
Right, I'm not shitting on the meseta pso2 game! Just wanted to compare how good the emotes are into the game's look
Thank you! It kinda did, and rather did not.
I began it Monday - after thinking of just how muchI'm loving the game so far myself. I've just been playing lightly though (almost lvl 50). The only thing I have been tempted to invest money on was more storage, pursuit slots, and having the ability to market in the market. The makeup are solid also, but I have not been tempted to buy those yet. You can absolutely enjoy the sport without spending anything That's great, just some small inconveniences
You definitely cant kill thembut you can reduce the amount radically. One method is to disallow global chat until you reach a certain level. It is simple and efficient. With bots, it's all about rate of consideration recreation for spamming, so gating the conversation to a certain level would kill a good deal of those.
If just the Fresh Finds Tradable Bugged Things be removed from the Player stores which we could have appropriate moderation for deleting spam robots or a bot test tool to prevent a character's activity or bot script become something, and perhaps some better methods to earn meseta without whaling. The game would be just right where the sweet spot is.
Phantasy Star Online 2's British variant has created 1.5B Yen up to now (~$14M) based on the company's earnings report.
That is the complete for Sega's newly released F2P games in that quarter, and PSO2 was Sega's only newly released F2P game which quarter, therefore it is 100% PSO2 revenue.
You're confusing it with the paragraph below the cheap PSO2 Meseta table which is referring to projected revenue for the season: