Rain actually being nice and non-tangent? The SEGA-verse of PSO2 must be coming to an end!
Oh, wait... it actually is coming into the partnership of intern level investors within Microsoft who got caught removing content from the original JP version as well as converting the JP version so that they can bury threads like this and pretend like they're actually working on code.
(In which revisions and censorship are not adding code, but removing them as well as impeding the efforts of the JP development team.)
But we've spent easily 150 pages going on and trying to forehead flick this information into SEGA's thick skull for free and on our own time.
So... yeah, welcome, SEGA, to the ever growing competition of needing to meet expectations of a fanbase that Sony (More specifically their Funimation/Crunchyroll "diverse and inclusive" teams) hates with an uncanny passion.
I probably don't even need to mention that Sony's HBO Max is losing profit margins on poorly thought out projects.
Naturally, that'll impact Microsoft's interests by funneling that emotion into the video games department.
Hopefully the concept art we could see from a Global PSO2NGS Art Team will be better than recent HGS events.
Sony + Microsoft + SEGA ...all with their own patches of backlash.
This happy little threesome better keep making the players satisfied, or else every game in the MMO-verse will lose to FFXIV.
Well, this is PSO2 with robot girls and Gundams, so becoming Mabinogi 2.0 is ypical of the code's age.
Granted, Mabinogi actually had development as of late to improve certain aspects, but it still lacks the developmental effort of FFXIV.
SEGA's budget is larger- even with the pandemic. So... is the problem back to the small team size?
I really can't tell right now, but SEGA has done a great job of walking- but backwards with regards to this thread's censored topics.
Sony better not be making PSO2NGS code babies with Microsoft and SEGA. That'd just be embarrassing. (For everyone involved.)
But at least no WoW plaza wangs could happen because at least the lawyers overthink things to the point of censorship and have a brain.