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Submitted by Pozzle 709d ago | news

Phantasy Star Online 2 Is Getting Extreme Quests For High Level Players

These are VR simulations that are meant for advanced players to test their mettle against harsh conditions and are made available at level 50 and higher. (PC, Phantasy Star Online 2, PS Vita)

Donnieboi  +   709d ago
When are WE getting it in the West?
Th4Freak  +   708d ago
I hope soon because im getting seriously pissed, when PSO2 beta was announced I formatted my PSV to register and then when I tried to restore it, the backup disappeared from my PC and I lost all my f*cking saves, luckily the MGS2 save survived thanks to Transfarring but if it wouldn't been in the cloud I swear I'd travel to Japan and knock #$%! Hajime Satomi out with my PSV. Anyway, the best part is that I had to study for my finals so I lost the beta and everything was nothing.

But hey thats not all, a couple of days ago when Toukiden demo patch was released I decided to give it a try and after delete it I got excited because I was finally going to play PSO2 but that didn't happend because the game itself is 3.2GB and there's a 1.5GB patch and I only have a 4GB memory card... So yeah, gj Sega.

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sherimae2413  +   709d ago
i want this in english, i tried the jp version and its a great game for me but i just cant fully enjoy it :(
omkire  +   709d ago
Yeah I tried the Jp version as well. Can wait for the English version! I miss playing PSOBB.
SirBradders  +   709d ago
Me to i played up till about level 35 and then realised i havn't got a clue whats going on lol
Kenshin_BATT0USAI  +   708d ago
Same here. Played it in JP with an English patch(only some essentials were translated). It was seriously fun but the experience was killed by the fact that I just didn't understand a lot of what was said in the game.
Fullmetalevolust  +   709d ago
PSO2 is probably getting an E3 announcement for a future release in US/EU. At least, one can hope so.
I mean that's the only reason I can think of to explain the lack of news surrouding this title coming west side.
BTW Sega, most gamers would've bought the game even if it's F2P; whatever covers the cost of bringing it here.
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Skate-AK  +   709d ago
Yep. Either E3 or the Tokyo Game Show.
Madmax8779  +   701d ago
This game looks pretty solid. Hopefully we see it soon

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