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Phantasy Star Universe - The Expansion is Out

GilderGilder Aw snapMacaroni PartyRegistered User regular
edited March 2011 in MMO Extravaganza
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Yes, the expansion to Phantasy Star Universe is finally out. It is called Phantasy Star Universe: The Ambition of the Illuminus. To all of you who left PSU early on, you may actually consider coming back. First off, you may want to visit the old topic for the basic information. You can find that HERE. Most of the info there is still true but some stuff is incorrect. We never did end up getting any vehicles except for the Floaders and the list of people is out of date.

Enough about old PSU though, let's move on to the expansion. For those of you who left early on, here's what has happened.

THE INFO

All Original PSU content has been unlocked, except for a few offline only items. All missions are open as well as all story missions. Almost all ultimate arts are available except for about 2 spells.

There is a new combat system in place that plays more like PSO. Timing your hits can cause more damage. For forces and rangers you can attack faster if you attack right after guarding. These systems are now known as Just Attack and Just Guard.

Enemy stats and player stats have been rebalanced. Some enemies are no longer as broken and some were made tougher. Forces have been given more defense but less attack, hunters more attack and less magic, and all that jazz.

YOU CAN NO LONGER LOSE A WEAPON BY GRINDING IT TO MAKE IT STRONGER. If you fail a grind now, all that will happen is the weapon will go back to ungrinded status and it will lose 1 grind level. So if you can grind to level 10 and it messes up at 6, you will be back to 0 and the weapon can only go to 9.

Classes can now go up to level 15. This means more stat boosts than you can count.

Photon Arts, Bullets, and Spells can go up to level 40 now, as long as your class allows it.

There are new weapons. We have your whips, we have your chainsaws, we have your slicers, we have a bunch of random crap now.

There are 2 new classes, Acrotecher and Acrofighter. They can use the new weapons like whips and Acrotecher can get higher level support spells.

New Story Mode! This is online only but just like in PSU we will periodically given new story missions which have some pretty neat concepts and puzzles.

New clothing! We have lots of outfits now to customize your character in a variety of ways. You can be a shirtless buff guy in a cowboy hat if you want to be or you could wear some really spiffy coats. The choice is yours.

New missions, enemies, and lobbies! We have new missions that make use of some of the empty lobbies and they lead to new lobbies. They can also be pretty tough as just S rank has enemies over level 100. Some missions may also have old enemies from PSO. Everyone remember Boomas? One of the new lobbies worth mentioning though, because now we have....

A Casino! Yes, you can waste all the time you want at the Casino Voloyal (which is a very dumb name) and win some great/weird prizes. These include tickets to remodel your room, music discs that you can play in your room on the new jukebox, and weapons like the Chainsawd. More prizes will be added as time goes on.

We don't have them yet but coming soon, PSO worlds! In a few months we will most likely be getting the forest and caves from PSO. According to beta testers for when AotI was in testing, the forest uses PSO music and has the PSO enemies like the wolves, boomas, and rappies. Relive the glory days. To help with this, PSO clothing will be released when these levels are so you can look just like a HUmar if you want to.



So there you go. There's a ton of stuff I missed so I'll probably be adding to this quite a bit. For almost all your information needs, your best bet is to visit PSO-World. You can get there by clicking Here. There are a few things I should point out though.

Important!

There is a montly fee. $10 per month or you can pay for about 6 and get a discounted rate.

There is no offline mode in the 360 version and you MUST have the original PSU game disc to play the expansion. The expansion is downloaded from the marketplace on the 360 and it's about $20 to get it.

PS2 and PC are the only versions with offline. It's the online story missions from PSU Original but with new cut-scenes and voices. You DO NOT need the original PSU game to play AotI on these platforms. Expansion only is fine.

On PS2 and PC, it's a one-way transfer of characters to the expansion. The old game's online mode will be worthless once you move.

Stuff is still released periodically. We do not have everything right now but for those of you that left within the first months, there's definitely enough content now to keep you happy for a while.

360 and PS2/PC servers are not shared and never will be. Sorry. I know, I hate it too.


So there you have it. If we get some players, I'll make a list of them. Hope you enjoy.

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    KupiKupi Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    I just picked this up today. Kinda iffy on going online due to some issues I've had with GameGuard in the past, but if I somehow manage to get through the November zergrush of games with time to spare, I might give it a whirl.

    I am loving the Just Attack system; meleeing feels so much more like PSO these days. They even use the same sound effect for it as the Heavy Attack.

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Add me to the list if there is enough

    SushiX - Beast Fighunner soon to be Acrofighter maybe..

    I usually play on Uni 13 with the Dreamstation.cc group, but yalls are welcome to crash the party whenever you guys want.

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Ok I switched to Acrofighter, and man those fuckers are fast.

    Also my PP regens so quickly now even when not using Just Attack to regen the PP that way.

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    ParaPara Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    PSU needs more love these days. The game has definitely improved since the original and people just aren't as much attention as people did at the original release.

    If those people were disappointed then, the real PSU has arrived now.

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    KaseiusKaseius Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Para wrote: »
    PSU needs more love these days. The game has definitely improved since the original and people just aren't as much attention as people did at the original release.

    If those people were disappointed then, the real PSU has arrived now.

    I loved PSU when it launched, but I really despised the entire "let's not give them much of the game to play online at all so they continue to pay us" deal they had going.

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Kaseius wrote: »
    Para wrote: »
    PSU needs more love these days. The game has definitely improved since the original and people just aren't as much attention as people did at the original release.

    If those people were disappointed then, the real PSU has arrived now.

    I loved PSU when it launched, but I really despised the entire "let's not give them much of the game to play online at all so they continue to pay us" deal they had going.

    You're still gonna get that with the expansion, but not as much..

    I quit for a bit in PSU and came back about a month before expansion right when 1up happened, and I was still kinda miffed that alot of stuff was still kinda kept hidden till expansion broke, but it is still somewhat fun doing the whole rare hunting and whatnot, and rares seem to be dropping alot more now, and the economy (pc/ps2 side) has seemed to improve quite a bit now, no more paying 30 million for an A Rank weapon anymore (it is my honest belief that A Rank weps grinded a bit are a bit better than some S Rank weps..not all but some)

    Other than that I am quite pleased with the expansion and I am glad I came back.

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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Yeah the whole stuff being locked thing is still kind of annoying but since I'm not a "play for 6 hours a day everyday" guy, I'm fine with it. Also they did make rares easier to find. Way easier. As in, I've actually found stuff. I played 1500 hours of PSO and found not one single rare. PSU I got like, one or two. Since the expansion, I've gotten 2 weapons and 2 armor boards.

    Also goddamn you Sega. You put the Varista back in this game just to taunt all of the old PSO players with the same goddamn trick didn't you? OH LOOK, A RED WEAPON! VARISTA?! Fuck.

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Gilder wrote: »
    Also goddamn you Sega. You put the Varista back in this game just to taunt all of the old PSO players with the same goddamn trick didn't you? OH LOOK, A RED WEAPON! VARISTA?! Fuck.


    hahahahaha I thought the same thing when I got mine..I now have four of them, and sadly they do not sell for much in the shops..

    But, the Varista was one of my favorite one hand gun in PSO so I am somewhat happy the brought it back, now if I see a Spread Needle I will wet myself.

    Oh, I absolutely LOVE Acrofighter, sure I miss my Dbl Sabers alot, but man those slicers are a force to be reckoned with, and the PA for them are fairly easy to level up, I got mine to 23 so far and it looks pretty sweet and does an obscene amount of damage even unbuffed.

    The thing is, I cannot really decide if I like the Cards or the Shadoogs better for my other slot, on one hand I love the whole pew pew pew with both the Card and Slicer, but on the other hand I really like the beam that comes out of my Ebrozike..

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    Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Ok, I found something in my first offline run in AotI called a Rappy Mode. It seems to just add a slot to my armor but it always has an X by it and I'm not sure how to use it. Should I even bother? It sells for 63000 meseta. That could buy a whole lotta wands.

    edit: And is it just me or are Photon Charges gone? You can buy them but I never find them anymore. One of the things I always did in the first game on the first level was grind for Scape Dolls, Star Atomizers and Photon Charges. They were EVERYWHERE. Now I haven't seen a one of them.

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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Rappy Mode is probably an A rank armor item but it adds feathers to your character. You'll walk around and you'll have a yellow glow with feathers falling out. It's kind of like the Whithill Wings, except nowhere near as awesome. And I don't know about offline but online, photon charges definitely still drop.

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Rappy Mode is just a unit, it adds +6 to your END, nothing exciting..

    Photon Charges drop like crazy online, I really dont know about offline, but with the new Just Attack and Just guard, you really dont need them too much anymore, since that was updated I rarely use Photon Charges anymore since your PP recharges with each successful hit.

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    EliteLamerEliteLamer __BANNED USERS regular
    edited November 2007
    I used to play this game back in the day on my Dreamcast and loved it. How is the player pop on the PC?

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    Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Well, I can confirm that Photon Charges definitely aren't dropping offline. I've done about eight runs and I haven't seen one yet.

    Where does the Rappy Mode fit? I can't seem to be able to use it. Does it only go in one type of slot or something? All I have now is the head slot.

    Also, how exactly does Just Attack and Just Guard work? I'm doing my attacks in sequence judt like PSO and there's certainly no extra damage being dealt.

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    KupiKupi Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Check the second and third field on the Rappy Mode description. It should tell you what kind of slot it expects to go in. But, considering that it gives you a snazzy effect and boosts your END, I'd bet every Meseta I own* that it's an Extra slot item.

    To do Just Attack, you have to press the attack button again just before your character resets to their neutral position. It's not enough to do a combo; you have to do it on the very edge of the losing the combo. If you do it correctly, you'll see a quick energy intake animation as your next swing begins.

    I have never done Just Counter, but it's about the same thing. Attack just as your guard animation fades, not before.

    *Even if I'm wrong, I lose nothing. I'm not online! ...yet.

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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    EliteLamer wrote: »
    I used to play this game back in the day on my Dreamcast and loved it. How is the player pop on the PC?

    Right now, we have about 4 stars in the the main universe which is about 1500 people and random people are scattered around in other universes. 360 is about double that.

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    Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Kupi wrote: »
    Check the second and third field on the Rappy Mode description. It should tell you what kind of slot it expects to go in. But, considering that it gives you a snazzy effect and boosts your END, I'd bet every Meseta I own* that it's an Extra slot item.


    Yes, it is, but what does that mean? Do I have to find an armor with an "extra" slot instead if head, legs, arms etc?

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Magic Pink wrote: »
    Kupi wrote: »
    Check the second and third field on the Rappy Mode description. It should tell you what kind of slot it expects to go in. But, considering that it gives you a snazzy effect and boosts your END, I'd bet every Meseta I own* that it's an Extra slot item.


    Yes, it is, but what does that mean? Do I have to find an armor with an "extra" slot instead if head, legs, arms etc?


    You should be able to just go to either Parum or Neudiz to the armor dealer and buy yourself an armor with an extra slot, it fits right in there..Unless you are a Cast since I dont believe Casts can wear them due to thier extra slots are for SUV's, and I have a lvl 17 Cast Hunter offline mode and found three of those and could not equip them even though my extra slot was open for some reason (No SUV since I am not 20 yet)

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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    omega71 wrote: »
    Magic Pink wrote: »
    Kupi wrote: »
    Check the second and third field on the Rappy Mode description. It should tell you what kind of slot it expects to go in. But, considering that it gives you a snazzy effect and boosts your END, I'd bet every Meseta I own* that it's an Extra slot item.


    Yes, it is, but what does that mean? Do I have to find an armor with an "extra" slot instead if head, legs, arms etc?


    You should be able to just go to either Parum or Neudiz to the armor dealer and buy yourself an armor with an extra slot, it fits right in there..Unless you are a Cast since I dont believe Casts can wear them due to thier extra slots are for SUV's, and I have a lvl 17 Cast Hunter offline mode and found three of those and could not equip them even though my extra slot was open for some reason (No SUV since I am not 20 yet)

    Some of the more high-end things like Puyoment Aura and possibly Rappy Mode can only be equipped on A rank armor.

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    ParaPara Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Gilder wrote: »
    omega71 wrote: »
    Magic Pink wrote: »
    Kupi wrote: »
    Check the second and third field on the Rappy Mode description. It should tell you what kind of slot it expects to go in. But, considering that it gives you a snazzy effect and boosts your END, I'd bet every Meseta I own* that it's an Extra slot item.


    Yes, it is, but what does that mean? Do I have to find an armor with an "extra" slot instead if head, legs, arms etc?


    You should be able to just go to either Parum or Neudiz to the armor dealer and buy yourself an armor with an extra slot, it fits right in there..Unless you are a Cast since I dont believe Casts can wear them due to thier extra slots are for SUV's, and I have a lvl 17 Cast Hunter offline mode and found three of those and could not equip them even though my extra slot was open for some reason (No SUV since I am not 20 yet)

    Some of the more high-end things like Puyoment Aura and possibly Rappy Mode can only be equipped on A rank armor.

    Or higher.

    All armours with the appropriate slots can equip units of the same or lower grade ranks.

    And yes PC/PS2 version is about 1500 players I assume. However we should continue to push to get people back into the game.

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    KupiKupi Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    One thing that might help keep the Penny-Arcade PSU players together is to come up with a regular event night for all of us to get together and run some missions. Not necessarily for money or experience or PA frags or anything, but just to have us all together and doing stuff.

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    EtchEtch Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Fuuuuuck you guys for making me want to play this again

    I'm reinstalling the damn client, but I'm wondering how I get the expansion pack. Do I go to the store or something?

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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    Etch wrote: »
    Fuuuuuck you guys for making me want to play this again

    I'm reinstalling the damn client, but I'm wondering how I get the expansion pack. Do I go to the store or something?

    Yeah, PS2 and PC are physical copies you have to buy seperately. 360 is downloadable content that's half the price but requires the original game as well.

    Also a get-together night would be pretty cool but I'm not able to play late at night most of the time. I usually have to stop around 6 pacific time. If it was before that though, I could probably join.

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    I am all for get togethers..Like I said in an earlier post I am usually with the same people every night, and some new faces to the existing group or just new faces in general would be pretty awesome..I am always on Uni 13 if that matters..

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    ParaPara Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    This game by is much more fun to socialize and play together than alone.

    And... servers just went down to start on AOTI's first update :)

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    The new clothes we are getting are horrible too...

    Female Clothes

    Mikumiko Set ( Shrine Maiden )
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    Hulauna Set
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    Vatavara Set
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    Male Clothes

    Fujifiji Set
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    Kouze Set
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    Male CAST parts

    Apollos Parts

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    Female CAST parts

    Baclone Parts

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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited November 2007
    May want to spoiler those pictures, they're pretty H-Scroll breaking.

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    Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    edited November 2007
    The cast parts don't look very good but the clothes are GREAT! Space Elvis!

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    omega71omega71 Too old for a title, too ornery to care. Sacramento, CaliRegistered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Dude I am so loving the 100% synth rates right now... I need two more Shur-Hiken boards and I have a full palette of them.

    Also that new dragon boss in Neu is really awesome looking.
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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Oh wow. There are cut-scenes in online story mode now. With Ulala of Spa- oh sorry, I meant to say Hal of Gurhal News. I don't know how I got the 2 mixed up. Also it was a pretty cool mission. We actually get to make choices now, although I don't know how much a difference they actually make.

    Also it figures that I'd make a dark armor as soon as some light missions open up :?

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    ParaPara Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Just a notice for you guys, if you get S rank on the story mission for B rank or A rank difficulty, you can get yourself a Maya and Lumia poster for your room :)

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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Well how about that. You really do get posters. That's so weird. I wonder if other missions will give stuff for playing on B or higher.

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    Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    WOO I found the Koltova Gun last night offline. It's probably the coolest weapon EVER MADE.

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    The Dude With HerpesThe Dude With Herpes Lehi, UTRegistered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Huh.

    I guess Sega couldn't bear to see Capcom get all the glory for Monster Hunter on the PSP.

    http://www.rpgamer.com/news/Q4-2007/120507a.html
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    I don't know what to think about it. I know the PSP is a fully capable device and I'm sure nothing will change, it'll likely have it's own servers and whatnot. But still, there's a part of me that is concerned that things are going to get dumbed down a bit. And considering PSU isn't exactly the most complex game to begin with...

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    The Dude With HerpesThe Dude With Herpes Lehi, UTRegistered User regular
    edited December 2007
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    s3rial ones3rial one Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Para wrote: »
    PSU needs more love these days. The game has definitely improved since the original and people just aren't as much attention as people did at the original release.

    If those people were disappointed then, the real PSU has arrived now.
    What put me off was the combat.

    It took SonicTeam how many years to finally stop picking the corpse of PSO's pockets for change and release a new game, and all they add to the combat is strafing? No cool particle effects on attacks, or a nice new modern combat system. We get strafing bolted onto the old system. Whee.

    I keep checking in to see if that's changed, but it doesn't seem like it ever will.

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    The Dude With HerpesThe Dude With Herpes Lehi, UTRegistered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Well, there are a lot of effects on the attacks so I don't really know what you're talking about there.

    But no, PSU/O don't have the deepest combat systems. But on the other hand they're dungeon crawlers. PSU combat is a step up from Diablo type games IMO. Sure, instead of pushing 12345 you're pushing ABXY but it still at least feels more interactive with positioning and whatnot.

    I don't really know what you're looking for. Besides the technical limitations of doing such, you're not going to have a game like this with a combat system from prince of persia or something.

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    TransporterTransporter Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    omega71 wrote: »
    Dude I am so loving the 100% synth rates right now... I need two more Shur-Hiken boards and I have a full palette of them.

    Also that new dragon boss in Neu is really awesome looking.
    psu20071130_033143_006.jpg

    hahah wut.

    God I wasted so many hundreds of thousands of Zeni trying to make the goddamn goddamn axes because they were awesome and Fortefighters are awesome and now it's 100% for everything now oh god.

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    KupiKupi Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Well, there are a lot of effects on the attacks so I don't really know what you're talking about there.

    But no, PSU/O don't have the deepest combat systems. But on the other hand they're dungeon crawlers. PSU combat is a step up from Diablo type games IMO. Sure, instead of pushing 12345 you're pushing ABXY but it still at least feels more interactive with positioning and whatnot.

    I don't really know what you're looking for. Besides the technical limitations of doing such, you're not going to have a game like this with a combat system from prince of persia or something.

    And let's not forget that the meleers are doing gymnastics on their special attacks now, as opposed to a heavy attack being a normal hit with a charge animation in front of it.

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    GilderGilder Aw snap Macaroni PartyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2007
    omega71 wrote: »
    Dude I am so loving the 100% synth rates right now... I need two more Shur-Hiken boards and I have a full palette of them.

    Also that new dragon boss in Neu is really awesome looking.
    psu20071130_033143_006.jpg

    hahah wut.

    God I wasted so many hundreds of thousands of Zeni trying to make the goddamn goddamn axes because they were awesome and Fortefighters are awesome and now it's 100% for everything now oh god.

    Well, it's not exactly 100%. They activated the bonuses we earned during the 1Up Cup and one of them was a 15% synth rate increase so until thursday, anything that was normally 85% is now 100%.

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    Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    edited December 2007

    Neither was Monster Hunter Freedom and tons of people are playing that online anyway. PSUSP will be no exception I'm sure.

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