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Phantasy Star Online 2

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Phantasy Star Online 2

Review from mmohuts.com

"Phantasy Star Online 2 Review

By Mohammad Abubakr

Phantasy Star Online 2 or PSO2 is a free to play MMORPG published by SEGA. Based upon the original Phantasy Star Online, PSO2 delivers an action-driven combat system similar to that seen in other MMORPGS such as TERA and Vindictus. However, unlike many MMORPGs we have all come to know and love, PSO2 takes place in a sci-fi fantasy environment with many futuristic elements such as traveling throughout the known galaxy.

The OnRPG forums had a phase where PSO2 was massively hyped and there was great anticipation for the English release. JamesBl0nde and DizzyPW went as far as to label it the second most anticipated MMO of 2013. Gamers were looking forward to this release, which was supposed to be right around the corner, but were disappointed by the indefinite delays. Now we can never be sure as to when PSO2 will hit the western market to offer us even more choice for action MMORPGs.

But do fans of the Phantasy Star Online series really need to sit around twiddling their thumbs while waiting for the English release? Of course not! Due to the great fan base and support of English players, there are many massive patches available to allow everyone to get into the game without being hit by the language barrier. There is even an unofficial server where all the English players flock to meaning that others that speak English will surround you.

I have only played the original Phantasy Star Online for a couple of hours so I came into PSO2 without any prior knowledge except that it was a third person action combat MMORPG. By the end of this review we’ll have answered the question whether these English patches are sufficient to guide a new player through PSO2.

Cinematic cut scenes improve story telling during instances.

The only problem with having servers located in Japan is the incredibly slow update times. It took me at least 24 hours to download the game which is extracted to 16GB. While I do live in Canada, I do not have slow internet speeds so it definitely should not have taken this long. Similar to the great work done by the community to come up with an English patch, a great program named the PSO2 Tweaker is also available.

Aside from allowing easy installation of English patches and other modifications such as removal of opening logos, this program lets you download the game alongside all the patches without having to monitor the download. The default downloader has issues where it crashes at times most likely due to server issues but the tweaker ensures that downloads restart if there was any error. I simply left the tweaker on overnight and came back the next day with the game ready to play.

After loading up the game and logging in, I was presented with many options when creating my character. There are three races to choose between: the intrepid Humans, the biologically engineered Newmans, and the robotic CAST. As with most other games, race choices are usually up to the player depending on whichever race seems most appealing.

PSO2′s class system is in stark contrast to most other games on the market. While you do select a class at the character creation screen, you can easily swap to other classes without having to create a new character. Simply talk to the appropriate NPC located in the central hub and select which class you would like to play. There is not just one level attached to your character, every class has its own level.

Every class has its own level.

Further customization can be made by having multiple skills and weapons (one weapon at a time) equipped for each class which can be changed even during instances. For example, you might use larger swords for AoE damage to rapidly dispatch a group of weaker enemies before switching to faster single target swords ideal for cutting down a single imposing boss. PSO2 gives players a lot of choice when it comes to fighting according to your own play-style.

As mentioned previously, PSO2 uses a revolutionary action combat system, as claimed by SEGA. I can see this system being an action combat system due to the similarities it shares with others offering the same system, however, I fail to see what is revolutionary about it. Once again, this term is used as a marketing trick to lure more players into the game.

Beyond the use of the term revolutionary, the action combat system in PSO2 is very well done. You feel no delay in response, which is surprising considering I’m playing from Canada on the Japanese servers, and it is easy to get used to. Whenever a game is deciding to implement an action combat system, the most important factor deciding whether it is well done or not is its responsiveness. In this sense, SEGA does not disappoint for PSO2.

As we come to expect from such a combat system, the fights are displayed through the use of the third person perspective with the keyboard for movement and the mouse for aiming and attacking. Additional skills can be used to increase fighting power, but to truly increase your damage output, players must employ combo and counter attacks while also aiming for enemy weak spots. Timing is also important as an archer clicking to attack at the optimal time will output higher damage per second than an archer simply holding down the mouse button.

I personally prefer fast attacks for action combat games.

In the beginning I was really bored with the combat in PSO2, which was not surprising as low level battles tend to be bland for all games. I would simply sit in one spot while holding down the mouse button until the enemies died. This habit quickly had to be dropped as I progressed through the game. At the higher levels, even if you’re fighting lower level monsters, it is essential that you block or dodge enemy attacks. If the enemy is weaker than you, taking some hits won’t be fatal but will lower your damage per second due to impact causing downtime on your attacks. When taking on powerful enemies though, even a single blow can cripple your chances of completing a mission; it is mandatory to block or dodge. Eventually you won’t even be surprised to be killed in one hit after failing to dodge an attack as the end-game is incredibly unforgiving.

Being a free to play game, SEGA earns revenue by offering completely optional micro transactions. The cash shop is nothing to be worried about which is a relief as many great F2P games have been ruined due to imbalanced cash shop. You do not need to use the cash shop to do anything in the game but it definitely helps to make things easier. Just not to the extent that paying users are instantly better than free users.

Verdict: Great

Phantasy Star Online 2 is definitely the type of game which needs to be played to be understood. The action combat system is similar to other games but to truly determine whether a player will enjoy it or not requires the player to experience the combat. There is a lot more behind the game than simply running instances to defeat bosses. You’ll find yourself sinking countless hours into optimizing the skill tree and taking care of and evolving a your mag (pet).

Some skills look amazing.

For any serious fans of Phantasy Star Online, there is little reason to wait for an official English release which will most likely be behind on patches. Many friends who are experienced PSO2 players have even said that they will continue to play the Japanese version even if there is an official English release. Keep in mind, these are not players that understand Japanese. However, due to the well done community patches, even foreign players can get past the language barrier.

There may be times when some tasks may not be as intuitive but once again, there are fan pages which guide you through every aspect of the game. Having trouble purchasing cash shop points? Simply head on over to a fan website and receive clear instructions in well written guides.

However, for those that are not serious fans of the series, there isn’t anything calling them towards the Japanese version of PSO2. For this reason, the English version is still highly anticipated and will still expect it to be one of our most anticipated titles of 2014… if it comes to the west at all."

http://mmohuts.com/review/phantasy-star-online-2

PROS:

+ Free 2 Play

+ Good character creator

+ Action oriented gameplay

+ Good story

+ Cross-platform with the PC and PSP Vita

+ Android supported game

CONS:

- No pvp

- Anime/manga references may not be suitable for everyone

- 1 free character slot per account

- Premium players cannot trade with non-premium players

Links

http://bumped.org/psublog/ - for latest guides, news, and updates.

http://arks-layer.com/ - for PSO2 Tweaker, signup guide, and English installer.

http://pso2.cirnopedia.info/ - Pso2 wiki.

http://ryuhiroshi.ry.funpic.de/pso2/skillcalc.php - Pso2 character and mag build simulator

http://www.pso-world.com/ - The Worlds largest Phantasy Star community

If anything is missing please contact me.

~update: added character and mag build simulator in the links spoiler.

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1. From PSO2 offical site

 

"Embark on an endless journey through the galaxy ...!

Home to three species - the Humans, the Newman, and the CAST -the fleet known as "Oracle" continues its journey across the vast expanse of interstellar space between inhabitable worlds. When it first became possible for this fleet to travel beyond the reaches of our galaxy, a new history was born.
 
In the year 283 of the New Light, "Oracle" traversed numerous galaxies and discovered countless worlds.
 
In the far reaches of outer space, groups known as "Arks" were set up to explore and research newly discovered planets. Their purpose was to move from one planet to another, helping to build and advance the infrastructures of civilization.
 
Seeking new adventure and new opportunity, different Arks work together in order to explore the depths of space and discover what may be waiting.
 

Now, as new Arks set off to explore unknown regions of space, a new journey begins ..."

 

2. Its Free to play

 

3. http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/5455-topic-name-edit-notes/

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Here is some gameplay

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I really want to know when this comes out, signing into the Japanese version has been a hassle for me

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well.. theres a english version coming to southeast asia sometime early 2014. thats probably the most we're getting if Sega doesnt release pso2 to the western audience. once pso2 comes to southeast asia iam probably still going to play the jp version

 

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I really want to know when this comes out, signing into the Japanese version has been a hassle for me

 

if u get PSO2 Tweaker and the english patches it wll make the game easier and half the game translated to english, story included

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You don't really need to have a powerful PC to play this game. If your PC is a few years old then it should be able to run this game. Probably not on high settings like most people wanted but if I can at least run a game on low with not to bad fps then thats good enough for me.

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For those who want to play this game but do not know how to get it. I will tell you how to get it.

Step1: the most important step. Get yourself a account.
Click the link below for signup guide
http://arks-layer.com/signup.php

Step2: get the game. Its Free2Play
http://pso2.jp/players/download/
You may want to let this download/install while you are creating your account

Step3: get pso2 tweaker.
http://arks-layer.com/index.php
Right after you get the game get pso2 tweaker. makes patching/updating easier

Step4: English patches.
After everything is updated. Click the blue orb in the top left corner > install/update > english patch > click no to automatically download and install. Click the blue orb > install/update > english large files > click no to install. One more thing click the blue orb again and at the bottom should be a checkbox that says translate items click that

Step5: after all the steps are completed click that Launch PSO2 button and log in then your done. Congratulations you just got pso2! Let me be the first to welcoming you into pso2. Join whatever ship you want. Just to let you know iam on ship 2 with majority of the english players

>>>>( Optional )<<<<
If want the story translated you need to go here: http://arks-layer.com/story.php

If you have questions or you still need help then please contact me

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yes

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For those who want to play this game but do not know how to get it. I will tell you how to get it.

Step1: the most important step. Get yourself a account.

Click the link below for signup guide

http://arks-layer.com/signup.php

Step2: get the game. Its Free2Play

http://pso2.jp/players/download/

You may want to let this download/install while you are creating your account

Step3: get pso2 tweaker.

http://arks-layer.com/index.php

Right after you get the game get pso2 tweaker. makes patching/updating easier

Step4: English patches.

After everything is updated. Click the blue orb in the top left corner > install/update > english patch > click no to automatically download and install. Click the blue orb > install/update > english large files > click no to install. One more thing click the blue orb again and at the bottom should be a checkbox that says translate items click that

Step5: after all the steps are completed click that Launch PSO2 button and log in then your done. Congratulations you just got pso2! Let me be the first to welcoming you into pso2. Join whatever ship you want. Just to let you know iam on ship 2 with majority of the english players

>>>>( Optional )<<<<

If want the story translated you need to go here: http://arks-layer.com/story.php

If you have questions or you still need help then please contact me

sweet

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Wednesday March 26, 2014 03:30

Phantasy Star Online 2 SEA Teaser Site Launched

Posted by Ricardo

Phantasy Star Online 2 (South East Asia) launched their teaser site earlier this month. The SEA version, published by AsiaSoft, is slated to release in six South East Asian territories in early 2014. Both the website and game will be available in English. Thus, allowing for a much easier transition for those who refuse to play the Japanese version. Currently, they’re planning to start a closed beta in one of their non-english territories on April 4th. However, they plan to IP block the countries outside of the South East Asian territories.

Several AsiaSoft community managers are expected to release sneak peeks and beta keys in the near future. You can check out the official Facebook page and the community manager links below.

AsiaSoft Community Manager Facebook Pages

CM Vretiel ~ https://www.facebook.com/cm.vretiel

CM Dynareus ~ https://www.facebook.com/cm.dynareus.9

CM Dreki ~ https://www.facebook.com/cm.dreki

CM Vardain ~ https://www.facebook.com/cm.vardain

CM Alastyr ~ https://www.facebook.com/im.alastyr

~~ http://bumped.org/psublog/phantasy-star-online-2-sea-teaser-site-launched/

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i doubt PSO 2 will make it to the council, my bro played the Japanese Beta version from SEGA back in 2012 if im correct, it wasnt that amazing in term of customization, it may have changed tho

 

still i dont think enough people will be interested into it for the suggestion to end up on the council's desk of "officially supported games"

honestly, i didnt find the game attractive ever since its released in Japan myself

 

im quite curious about what other folks thinks about the game tho :)

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Phantasy Star Online 2es (Smartphone Version Guide)
Posted by Ricardo
 
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PSO2 es Title Screen
As of April 2nd, 2014, Phantasy Star Online 2es has initiated the Open Beta phase. You may begin to download the client through the Japanese Google Play store. You can circumvent the region lock by downloading the .apk file provided by Synth here.
Once the game has installed, you may proceed to download a 200MB+ patch from within the client.
 
PSO2es Special Maintenance
April 7th @ 10 ~ 18:00 JST
April 6th @ 9PM ~ 4AM EDT
Error Code: 000
 
PSO2es Overview
~ OS: Android 4.0.0+ required
~ Space: 300MB+
~ Connectivity: 3G / Wifi
~ PSO2es Quick Rundown
~ Everyone starts at level 1 regardless of their PC/Vita progress.
~ Hunter, Ranger, Force, and Braver are available at the start of the game.
~ Fighter, Gunner, and Techer must be unlocked through some means.
~ Characters may be capped at level 65, which is expected to increase in the near future.
~ PSO2es does not support subclasses.
~ Accessory Slot 2 and 3 are unavailable on PSO2es.
~ Some accessories are unavailable in PSO2es.
~ You can not sign into PSO2 and PSO2es at the same time.
~ PSO2es friends list is separate from the PC/Vita version.
~ Emergency Quest Advance Notice feature is currently suspended.
~ AC related services and items are not available in the Open Beta.
~ Photon Blast and Auto Actions may be overwritten on PSO2es. Please avoid feeding mags until they correct this issue.
~ Rappy Medals from campaigns and compensations can be acquired through the in-game Mail interface.
~ PSO2es is region-locked in the Google Play Store. Please use the .apk file linked at the top of this post to install the game.
~ PSO2es Optional Patches
~ nitial Space: 200MB+
~ Character Creation Patch: 150MB+
~ Icons Patch: 600MBs
~ All Patches: 3GBS
 
Getting Started
 
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Serafi
Hello and welcome to Phantasy Star Online 2es. Throughout the game you will be assisted by Serafi who will be teaching you the ins and outs through various tutorials. After installing the game you will be given a menu with several choices. Click on the tabs below to see an explanation of the various functions.
 
Initial Startup
 
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~ 初めてプレイする (First Time Players)
~ ファンタシースターオンライン2をプレイしている (PSO2 Players)
~ 端末を引き継ぐ >> (Device Transfer)
 
Device Transfers allow you to restore data onto another device. This will be displayed as a 16 digit code which must be copied and kept in a safe place for future reference. This information will be required if you wish to change devices. During PSO2′s initial startup, you may enter the code here to access your previous data. This code can be retrieved from the lobby menu.
For more information, click on the “Device Transfer” tab.
 
After selecting First Time Players, you will be sent to the character creation interface. After selecting the race, gender, and class, you will be presented with two buttons that ask whether to:
 
~ ゲームをはじめる (Begin the Game)
~ キャラクターをカストマイズする (Customize the Character)
If you select the bottom option, you will have to download another patch to enable the character customization feature.
Login
 
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PSO2 Players
 
After the initial startup, you can login with your SEGA ID and Password. The checkboxes below each entry will save that content for future use. Next, select a character to start the lengthy tutorial.

Device Transfer

Device-Transfer-450x270.jpg

 

If you try to login to PSO2es on another device, you will be required to enter a 16 digit code. You can obtain this code from the Lobby Menu.

 

Device-Transfer-Lobby-450x270.png

 

You can access this password by going to the Lobby Menu, and clicking on the light blue menu button with the arrows just left of your character. This will open a menu like the screenshot shows above. Scroll down and click on the
端末引き継ぎ情報 Device Transfer Information button.
 
Basic Movement
 
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Serafi will teach you basic combat operations throughout the tutorial. You can swipe the screen in each direction to dash out of an oncoming attack and tap on the screen to attack each enemy. You may switch targets by tapping the arrows at the left and right side of the screen.
 
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You’ll obtain various chips along the way, and equip them to your chip palette. We’ll talk about chips in more detail in another section. However for the sake of this tutorial, you’ll need to know that some chips act as healing items, and some are photon arts that may require certain weapon types.
 
The Main Lobby
 
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After completing the tutorial, you’ll be transported to the main lobby. Similar to the start menu in PSO2, this lobby provides access to an assortment of features.
 
 Lobby Menu (From Top to Bottom)
 
~ クエスト Quest
~ コミュニティ Community
~ ショップ Shop
~ 装備 Equipment
~ スクラッチ Scratch
~ PSO2連動 PSO2 Linkage
 
 

 

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Wednesday April 9, 2014 21:47

PSO2 SEA: English Closed Beta Test Launches April 10th

Posted by Ricardo

Phantasy Star Online 2 SEA version is set to launch their Closed Beta Test this week. From April 10th ~ April 13th players in South East Asian territories will get the chance to experience Phantasy Star Online 2 completely in English. Phantasy Star Online 2 SEA is currently servicing Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines. However, they stated they want to IP block territories outside of the listed countries.

The Closed Beta Test will start with three races (Human, Newman, and Cast), and three classes (Hunter, Ranger, and Wizard.) Players can level their classes up to level 30, but be aware that everything will be wiped after the Beta is over. We’ll update this post with more details once they’re available.

PSO2 SEA Closed Beta Test Schedule

April 10 ~ 13 15:00 ~ 23:59 SGT (Daily)

If you wish to acquire a beta key, please visit http://pso2.playpark.com/en/ for instructions.

~~ http://bumped.org/psublog/pso2-sea-english-closed-beta-test-launches-april-10th/

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Friday April 11, 2014 00:46
 
The Differences in the PSO2 SEA Closed Beta Version
Posted by Ricardo
 
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So on Thursday we had the opportunity to play the PSO2 SEA Beta. The client is fairly up to date, with the Options menu, ARKS Road, Visiphone, Skill Tree, and FUN Shop using features implemented in recent patches. Only three races and classes are available, but the option to select Braver was greyed out with question marks.
 
The game uses Japanese voices and English subtitles. This is fine for the most part, but it does create some inconsistencies. For example, the Japanese voice actor for the Emergency Codes will still say “Code: Attack” despite Code: Assault appearing on the screen. RISA who manages to keep her sadistic charm, clearly speaks in third person, but suddenly uses pronouns in the English subtitles.
 
Two notable differences from the Japanese version are the way they handled My Rooms and Costumes. My Rooms, now referred to as My Quarters, are no longer free, asking for the Premium Set contained in our inventory. Costumes from the AC scratch will bind on equip which should greatly affect prices once the servers officially launch. It’s unknown if these two features will stay as they are, but we’ll keep you posted if any changes were made.
 
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The differences in terminology, as outlined in the PSO2Blog, brought up an interesting change to the Force class. Forces have become Wizards, who excel in Photon Magic. Techniques—a long tradition in the Phantasy Star series—are suddenly no more. Photon Arts, on the other hand, turned into Photon Moves, removing the PSU, PSP, PSP2, PSZ, and PSP2i reference.
 
Rangers have skill names that are somewhat close to the Japanese text. However, we’re not too sure over their choice to rename Weak Bullet to Crippled Bullet, which could surely lead to some unfortunate implications.
 
Monomates, Dimates, and Trimates, were probably too confusing for players, so instead they’ll get to sip on a Health Drink, Health Drink Plus, and Full Health Drink. Nevertheless, they can’t go on adventures alone without carrying the Area Purify Kit and Revival Kit. But before they start their next quest, they can drink some tonics at the Sick Bay or Medical Centre.
 
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Now their localization team did come up with an interesting take on some of the original names. Xion hands over the Paradigm Matrix, a more sci-fi sounding matter board. Enemies are now called hostiles, giving the ARKS a more military feel. Just attacks transformed into Perfect Strikes, a much clearer description of the intended action.
 
 

Everyone who logged in today received 12,000 Arks Cash from the Vidphone. Though this may sound like a lot of AC, the SEA Beta prices are set on a different scale. Each Arks Scratch costs 1,900 AC, with premium sets listed at 11,400 AC.

 

SEA Closed Beta AC Shop Prices

 

Premium Set – 30 Days – 11,400 AC

~ Premium Set – 60 Days = 21,900 AC
~ Premium Set – 90 Days = 31,500 AC
~ Quarters Use – 30 Days = 6,100 AC
~ Shop Use – 30 Days = 6,100 AC
~ Storehouse Expansion #-30 Days = 4,400 AC
~ Storehouse Expansion #-90 Days = 10,500 AC
~ Inventory Expansion 10 = 3,000 AC
~ Maximum Inventory = 13,500 AC
~ Mag Ticket = 2,600 AC
~ Mag Reset Device = 4,400 AC
~ Self Revival Kit = 1,300 AC
~ Self Revival Kit (3) = 3,500 AC
~ Self Revival Kit (5) = 5,300 AC
~ Area Revival Kit (3) = 3,500 AC
~ Salon Pass = 4,500 AC
~ AC Scratch Ticket (11) = 19,600 AC
~ Rare Item Drop Rate + 150% (3) = 10,000 AC
~ Unlock Sub-Palette = 7,000 AC
 
As for the rest of the changes, you can check out the list below.
 
Other Changes
 
~ Mirage Escape becomes Visual Disturbance
~ Special Ability affixing becomes Augmentation.
~ DEX (Skill) becomes Aptitude.
~ TPS View has changed to Shoulder Cam
~ Koffee’s name is spelled Cofy
~ Friend Partner’s (Likes/Prefers Gender) was localized into Guy Chaser and Skirt Chaser.
~ Right/Light has changed to Wright.
~ An option to login through Facebook was added.
~ Item Trading Password moved to the login screen and turned into the second password.
 
 

 

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~ Updated Pros & Cons

PROS:

+ Free 2 Play

+ Good character creator

+ Action oriented gameplay

+ Good story

+ Cross-platform with the PC and PSP Vita

+ Android supported game

CONS:

- No pvp

- Anime/manga references may not be suitable for everyone

- 1 free character slot per account

- Premium players cannot trade with non-premium players

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I do believe there is a way for premium members to give non prem players stuff. It's via the my room gift system or something.

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I do believe there is a way for premium members to give non prem players stuff. It's via the my room gift system or something.

 

Yes but that requires 3000 FUN points and you only get around 100 FUN points a day, double for premium players, and iam pretty sure most people would rather buy something else than buy the gift box

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I guess I never really have to worry about my friends not having enough FUN. Because they just stockpile it. That and I really don't want anything in the game. Another kind of con for the game is that it doesn't have very much endgame stuff. You get to max, and it's more or less grind for ten-stars or do TACOs for clothes. With no PVP, it has a very weak endgame. At most, the community seems to be fun enough to warrant sticking around. 

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