Well, here we are in 2019 if I am remembering correctly, and I am finally playing PSO2 Meseta the MMO, and I am oh so happy about it. Is there work to be carried out? Sure. It's Alpha, after all. But I love what I am seeing, and I believe these folks can turn this one .
My preference in MMORPG's was very specific. I knew when it didn't fit my specs and what I needed I'd not give a look to it. What there has been that a perspective. It cost me people and decent MMORPG adventures that I would have shared them with.
Over time my view softened. . .or instead I was made to soften it. It had been Diablo III or maybe it was the absence of MMORPG's but I started to attempt other MMOish games. While I was retained by none of them, they each had a few moments. As life is becoming busier what I was ready to play to fill the MMORPG sized hole in my little heart evolved out of defeated tolerance to anticipation.
This brings us back to PSO2 Meseta. I followed it loosely although I never played Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta 2. I enjoyed what it provided and I liked reading about how great it was. There was a reason that I never got to this, but my game brain can not recall why I never made the purchase. I vaguely remember planning to try it for so long I felt I overlooked its"moment" and with games that are out of my confines, I prefer jumping in while they're having their time.
Can Frontiers possess a character creaPhantasy Star Online 2 Meseta? No. Is it 3rd person, or even primary man? No. Can it be a PVP based game with home and terri cheap Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta controller? Nope. By my criteria is it a full-fledged MMORPG comprising a surviving game world that is single? Nadda. Nevertheless I find myself interested by this MMOishRPG Dungeon Crawler.