Data that can be transferred over includes the character's name and parts of the character's original appearance. Phantasy Star Online was released for Dreamcast in 2000. I wouldn't have minded if they took out the voiceovers like they did for the english vanilla release, as long as we got to play it. This thread is about a guide for the Japanese version that anyone can play right now. · Which choices to make during storymode.
I also asked him if he'd make a brief appearance here on the forums to give everyone an update on the situation--which he did. A shame really, they need to be caressed by fire Never said they flat-out wouldn't. However, the character's level and items cannot be transferred over. List off things you'd like to potentially see included in this guide. The other 5% are Hiragana, Kanji, and English.
The things I plan to include: · Translations of the majority of all the buttons and menues. After I basically backed off from translating the script dumps so I could finally finish the guide for you guys, mind you , after little over a month Coldbird eventually backed off from working on the patch in favor of other things having to take priority. Though much of the gameplay features will be similar to its predecessor, there will be some notable differences. However, not all data can be carried over. Here's where you guys come in.
That's from my personal experience, though. You can figure those out on your own. I reckon not too bad as you can make it out and keep sounding them out until you get it. Unfortunately, there's no translation patch to play the game with english-translated menus and content like Project Diva extend and Monster Hunter. But he then hit a snag. In case I miss anything you feel is important, and I'll see about getting them into the guide as I write it.
. Or if they do bring it, it probably won't be all the way until the end of this year. · A complete overview and guide with screenshots on how Infinity Missions work and how to successfully synthesize missions. The project died after a bit of drama won't get into that here , and any subsequent projects haven't fared all that better. · Translations of basic terms.
I don't think there's too much interest in them bringing Infinity to the West. Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinty psp is a video game for the PlayStation Portable, produced by Alfa System and published by Sega. There's a whole 'nother thread unrelated to this one debating whether or not they'll bring it to the West. There's a chance he will. Though much of the gameplay features will be similar to its predecessor, there will be some notable differences. That, and I have some time-off from college due having relatively easy classes. Mac users shouldn't have to worry about this, though.
I did say there's a decreased likelihood though. Quite some time ago, to ease everyone's minds a bit, I went in Skype and spoke with Coldbird for a bit to confirm the fact that he was busy with other things at the moment. To celebrate the 10th anniversary, this latest entry integrates elements and features of the prequels. Data that can be transferred over includes the character's name and parts of the character's original appearance. Photon Points are no longer attached to weapons, but characters instead. I'm going to be using Microsoft Word to write this guide, including screenshots and Japanese text, while posting and upating this thread to track progress on the guide. To this day, people still confuse my guide and Coldbird's patch to be the same thing, when they're not.
Myself and others volunteered to aid in translating text dumps and scripts that Coldbird had directly lifted from the game's coding. Plus, it's somewhat buggy in that it causes the game to freeze up every now and again. I just started this thread to be independent of that one. The North American version was released on September 14, 2010 while the European version was released on September 17, 2010. He's a pretty nice guy.