Transformed A Lot Of Classes But Today

Gosh, this looks so complex. On the 1 hand, kudos for maintaining the original game intact so there won’t be a riot over fluctuations people do not like. But on the other hand, since they are remaking base  Meseta pso2  visuals anyway, I wish they’d only go 100 percent and synchronize character models entirely. Giving old players a few free fashion items and unlocks will be enough to bribe everyone to take the new system.

Synchronizing 100% character models does not seem simple. The problem is that the old outfits and coating wear are modeled to fit the older pso2 body. To be able to synchronize it, they’d have to recreate from scratch (haha pun) 8 years of makeup. That’s unlikely to occur. I mean that I’d be willing to shed a certain proportion of those makeup to help keep things intact across versions. Provided that there’s a continuous feed of cool new things to replace it, I do not mind. I always rotate out my older appearances anyway. As long as the character versions translate 1:1 it’ll still feel like mine.

I’d envision a massive complication to that involves a lot of the cosmetics from the Japanese side of things that were exclusive to collaborations, promotional events, and events that no longer exist. The instance I can think of is that the Monster Hunter Frontier Z collaboration where I could imagine the clothing and weapons could definitely be given a visual upgrade alongside everything else but that I do not exactly know how the licensing or how the legal side of the cooperation works where I’d wish it had been as easy as Sega going through and upgrading the assets but I do not know about just how much of Capcom is involved in this process.

The same applies to collaborations like the Final Fantasy XIV collaboration with Odin (which exists as far as I know) where I do not know just how much of Square Enix is involved in that for Sega to be able to upgrade assets . If it was purely just Phantasy Star-related items (such as character outfits, cameos from different games, or alternative Sega-related possessions ) I could envision this likely would have been done, or would be done. But from the worldwide version we already don’t have the existence of Cougar NX therefore I do not exactly know if there are other complications regarding Sega’s own properties that might also contribute not to upgrading everything they could within reason.

Gosh, this looks so complex. On the 1 hand, kudos for maintaining the original game intact so there won’t be a riot over fluctuations people do not like. But on the other hand, since they are remaking base  Buy pso2 meseta xbox   visuals anyway, I wish they’d only go 100 percent and synchronize character models entirely. Giving old players a few free fashion items and unlocks will be enough to bribe everyone to take the new system. Synchronizing 100% character models does not seem simple. The problem is that the old outfits and coating wear are modeled to fit the older pso2 body. To be able to synchronize it, they’d have to recreate from scratch (haha pun) 8 years of makeup. That’s unlikely to occur. I mean that I’d be willing to shed a certain proportion of those makeup to help keep things intact across versions. Provided that there’s a continuous feed of cool new things to replace it, I do not mind. I always rotate out my older appearances anyway. As long as the character versions translate 1:1 it’ll still feel like mine. I’d envision a massive complication to that involves a lot of the cosmetics from the Japanese side of things that were exclusive to collaborations, promotional events, and events that no longer exist. The instance I can think of is that the Monster Hunter Frontier Z collaboration where I could imagine the clothing and weapons could definitely be given a visual upgrade alongside everything else but that I do not exactly know how the licensing or how the legal side of the cooperation works where I’d wish it had been as easy as Sega going through and upgrading the assets but I do not know about just how much of Capcom is involved in this process. The same applies to collaborations like the Final Fantasy XIV collaboration with Odin (which exists as far as I know) where I do not know just how much of Square Enix is involved in that for Sega to be able to upgrade assets . If it was purely just Phantasy Star-related items (such as character outfits, cameos from different games, or alternative Sega-related possessions ) I could envision this likely would have been done, or would be done. But from the worldwide version we already don’t have the existence of Cougar NX therefore I do not exactly know if there are other complications regarding Sega’s own properties that might also contribute not to upgrading everything they could within reason.

Novice Asked on 13/10/2020 in Ideas.
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