Some cool PSO2 Stuff I have that I thought I'd share.

The first original releases of PSO2 for both PC & Vita, the premium version, signed by Dragon Sakai himself (the current producer of PSO2 and all around probably the most identifiable name on the PSO2 team). Came with a nice handshake and a few sentences of "nice to meet you"s and "thank you for your work".

Anyway, still had them lying around and was just looking at 'em and got nostalgia.

That's really cool. I always wondered how this game turned out so well after Yuji Naka had left Sega and PSU turned out not so well. I was really worried on the direction of the series after Sega went through that transition after Dreamcast. Good to see they have some good talent still.