I will lay out some metaphorical wisdom. There is a reason people say let sleeping dragons lie. Generally that dragon if woken up won’t settle for taking out a random invasive party but also the kingdom’s nearby will suffer until that dragon is given offerings and respect worthy of its exetertions.
Hmm pso survivors woke me by attacking one of my young adult dragons. And now I’m looking at everything sega and Microsoft can or could do to tighten up the ship or fall to legal rulings should I be given opportunities or reasons to attack.
I do very much appreciate the game and I’m only asking that certain things though drastic are fixed lest the game decide to fall to its own unsettled issues.
I’m but one dragon that need only wake one other dragon and then an entire dragon race will set fire to the magnesium mine sega is using to make money. That metaphorical representation has teeth.
Hmm if people are going to play pso2 they better be held to the same standards as adults even if just a terms of service agreement. Hmm if that were the case a person or bot user would thus be pinned for criminal charges per bot used.
And I’m unsure how but harassment needs to be handled properly by the systems. Though many modern terms of service ensure all reporting means you and the person you reported are both under investigation. This can stem also when a group of people find in necessary to report one person even if they have no basis.
Though I do wonder what will happen exactly. In my last experience when I last had this type of conversation people lost their accounts permanently. But Microsoft and sega are in play here. Sega would need to ban based on the offense. Temporary for some and permanently for others. And Microsoft should pause a child’s account until they reach the age of majority of their country save for school contracts and limited access accounts.
Might seem like suggestions but they are demands. If they aren’t properly introduced we will likely lose pso2 in America and cancel its ngs launches and global launches and Microsoft will see issues according to its inability to handle the serious nature of the threats my own have seen.