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PSO2 in and of itself is primitive and Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta clunky as hell at this point, if you're willing to accept everything (particularly for 8 years) then I really don't know what to tell you.

PSO2 in and of itself is primitive and Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta clunky as hell at this point, if you're willing to accept everything (particularly for 8 years) then I really don't know what to tell you.

You state do not wish to lose out on new experiences, but how can experience truly be fresh if you were permitted to only skip everything in a new adventure? Again, alotta of your stuff will transfer, we dont know just how much just yet tho. You still have probably over a year to appreciate your present stuff.

I also really REALLY doubt ANY devs are seeking to PSO2 for inspiration on their business practices.

Destiny veterans who lost all of their gear in the transition to Destiny 2 would love to say hello. At least you'll have to take over a great deal of your things, instead of having to start entirely from scratch.You realize Ac and ac items are NOT the exact same thing, obtaining a gift card for a shop really isn't the same as owning something from a shop.

I think part of the issue is that you framing it with the word"investment." An investment is something that you that you see a return . Digital bunny ears and bikini outfits aren't gonna make you more money than you invested.

You're looking at investment by buy meseta pso2 a strictly materialistic real world standpoint and ignoring the idea of different types of"yield" which come from"investing" time/and or money into a match.Even though I've cumulatively spent about $6600 on PSO2 and PSO2NA over the previous 8 years, I've gotten over that in yield in selling AC scrapes for Meseta, awesome cosmetics I can't get in other games, and a play experience no other game ever released has been in a position to offer.

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