@Lorient1755 Honestly the game itself, and gameplay are great, however the Microsoft Store is making the game unsafe to play, and the reviews are reflecting that. For many of us, myself included, the game downloaded just fine initially. That's not the problem. The problem is that the game install files are saved in a secret folder that's restricted, even to the administrator. So you automatically lose about 60 gigs of hard drive space in addition to the game itself, which is in a different folder than the mutable backup install files folder, both hidden by the microsoft store. A lot of us can't uninstall the game through system, app settings, or microsoft store. It simply wont let most of us do that. Every time the pc restarts, the game has a chance of getting stuck in a re-install loop, causing it to download again, and add a copy of the download files, in addition to the previous ones. After restarting your computer about five times, you've lost hundreds of gigabytes. This has outright bricked a lot of peoples hard drives. I had to go online and find out how to finally force the game to uninstall, and then how to gain access to the secret folders microsoft store creates, performing a time consuming and frustrating procedure, to delete the 300+ gigabytes of hard drive space Microsoft store had stolen from my computer to hold multiple copies of the PSO2 install files (yes, I only removed the PSO2 install files, and nothing else). Had I restarted my computer just one or two more times, it would have bricked. This isn't a simple problem that can be solved with patience, while your computer dies a slow death. Options are delete the install file collection, and uninstall the game until they fix the microsoft store installer to prevent it from filling your hard drive back up again, or reformat your hard drive if you can't get to those files, or just buy a new hard drive, and reinstall windows on the new hard drive, because you let your pc brick by filling up your entire hard drive, and then letting it remain stuck in the install loop. So again. the game was/is great. Microsoft Store however, was doing too much harm to the hard drive to make the game worth the risk at the moment.