Both existed PSO2 for a time as lower-tier rares(they were wired lances,) but when the NT weapon system came out a massive amount of cheap Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta the 7-9 celebrity rarity weapons obtained only... thrown out. Maybe we will see a weapon camo for it afterwards since OT weapons are unobtainable in NA.IIRC Neiclaw WL was 9stars and Falclaw WL was 11stars, but I am pretty sure that they were left behind when the OT/NT change happened. All those camos in the photon booster store was by grinding the holy shit out of 25, weapons you could farm. They compressed them to camos instead of having them for each weapon.
Better integrated narrative missions. I've been hanging throughout the story for Eps. 1-3 and it's among the most agonizing narrative experiences I have ever...experienced. And I enjoy the story / writing well. But the way it's implemented is harshly bad.;? And it sounds like this'up' in how it started. Since PSO 1 did it wonderfully, the whole thing frustrates me so much. PSU. I really don't understand what occurred in PSO2, except to suppose that the original implementation was designed to artificially drag out the storytelling within a longer period of time... That is a bad design decision.
I have never played with any other pso game, so I am not certain how it compares, but it seems like they designed Pso2 to be too modularly instanced from the get go and this type of system doesn't lend itself well to an incorporated linear narrative. It is weird though because they do have scripted events happen within quests, so it seems like they could have easily made Story Quests which take Expeditions and have them activate cut scenes as you go throughout the map, just then call those Story Quests rather than having them separated. In any case, I totally hate the current system and it has actually slowed down my drama of pso2 as I am not thinking about playing just for the purpose of leveling up my personality, without the narrative being significant to the play I do not feel like there is a reason behind my own efforts.
Personally I really dislike the writing, making it even harder to slog though a menu driven story, but I feel like it would still get me more into Phantasy Star Online 2, even if I didn't like the writing, though it was better integrated. Without some narrative cohesion everything feels like chores which serve no function in influencing the world. The Role Play facet is made into desktop fodder. It's disappointing because initially I thought it was an interesting world based on what I played in the closed beta, but I got past the guided part and it's just all menus and endless map runs. Is that typical of a PS game? It turned me off.
It's standard of PSO2 it appears. The elderly Phantasy Star games have been conventional JRPGs (For the most part. The managed dungeons relatively uniquely to the time frame ), so if you are into these things they're reasonably enjoyable. And funny enough PSO1 did precisely what you are suggesting, which means you can see why this execution is frustrating when they already had it figured out. This was a measure for them considering it execution, as parts of it had been nearer to that. You'd do a couple of PSO2 Meseta for sale meaningless Kill X Collect Y quests, then it would"Unlock" a narrative scene which would subsequently spawn on a level as a floating tag that played with the scene in question.