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Phantasy Star Online v2 (JAP) [ECHELON]

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Phantasy Star Online v2 (JAP) [ECHELON]

Сообщение Lin » 26 июн 2011, 16:15

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Genre: Action-RPG, MMORPG
Developer: Sonic Team
Publisher: Sega
Data: December 21, 2000
CD: 1
Format: .cdi
Selfboot: Yes


Online gaming has been something of a xxxx for the Dreamcast. When the Dreamcast launched, it was touted as the next step in getting gamers together. And while it took SEGA almost a full year before we got our first true taste of online gaming with Chu Chu Rocket (sorry, playing by email with Sega Swirl didn't cut it), the Dreamcast has a pretty good line-up of online games. Whether it was blowing your friends into smithereens with Quake III Arena, sacking the quarterback in NFL2K1, taking it to the hole in NBA2K1 or competing against online players in other Dreamcast online games, SEGA fanatics could interact with online players in almost every way... except one. As much as we love to compete against other players, DC gamers haven't could really play together as it has been limited to two-on-two sports games and team battles in ranching mice. Additionally, there hasn't been much of a large online gaming community to center around those online games (especially to all those guys who can't stand losing and pulled out on me when I was leading 27-0 in NFL2K1). There hasn't been a real good reason to get online and STAY online with your Dreamcast because no DC online game has made gamers come back to play together. That's probably explains why I haven't seen the huge number of online gamers that I thought would be on, and instead, I've seen fewer and fewer.
Well, now there's a reason to get back on and, believe it or not, keeping back on and staying. No, it's not a Street Fighter game online, and as much as I would love to see something like that, this new Dreamcast game is bigger than that. Nor is it Daytona Online Network Racing, and while that's pretty big, it's not coming out quite yet... and it's not as big as this game, either. Woah... pretty big words there, huh? Well, that's how big Phantasy Star Online is, as it becomes the first real-time, online multi-player, console game in video game history. And having played PSO through a countless number of sleepless nights, with several different players online, and even through all the hardships I've encountered when playing PSO, I find myself STILL playing this game and I will definitely be playing PSO for many months to come. With Sonic Team leading the way, Phantasy Star Online is one of the best Dreamcast online games I've played.

Offline Is Another Story
Noticed, I said Phantasy Star Online is one of the best online games I've played instead of just calling it "one of the best games". There's a reason for this, dear readers, leading me to one of the biggest oversights of Phantasy Star Online. With the huge brand name of the legendary SEGA RPG series, the story behind Phantasy Star Online is shockingly non-existent. For the hardcore Phantasy Star maniacs, the time frame of the story seems to take place after the happenings of Phantasy Star IV, but it's not exactly clear how many years have passed. Your homeworld is dying and in this emergency, "Project Pioneer" is conceived. Sending out probes all over the galaxy in order to find a new planet, when a potential planet was found the first colony ship, Pioneer 1, was sent out to establish a new colony on this planet. Seven years pass and Pioneer 2, packed full with refugees, is orbiting the new planet, Ragol. Establishing communication with Pioneer 1 on the planet's surface, before Pioneer 2 can land, a huge explosion occurs. All communication is lost and this is where you come in. As one of many hunters on board Pioneer 2, you're hired to go down to the planet and find out what the heck happened.

Sounds like a beginning to a great story, right? Well, that's all you get folks. From there, you basically take your character through numerous dungeons into the source of all the evil. Along the way, you'll get text messages that try to enhance the story of the game, and there are side quests that also try to enhance the overall plot of the game. But it doesn't work; the text messages are a mix of hints on how to deal with enemies, and the side quests aren't very exciting in general. But probably the biggest disappointment when it comes to the story is the lack of good ending. I'm not going to spoil the ending for you dear readers, but after playing through the game on hardest difficulty, and going through all the hard work to level my Ranger to level 75, it was a huge letdown not to see something really special when beating the game on very hard. And you think that after such a downer, I'd stop playing PSO. And that's the funny thing about this; even after a mediocre ending, and a couple of hours of venting, I picked up my DC controller, logged online, and started playing again. Was it because I couldn't get enough of the oh-so-good visuals that decorate the world of PSO? Maybe... Perhaps it's because I enjoyed playing online with the number of editors who have also slaved through the game with me; it's always fun to play online games with cool people. But for me, I kept going because of a very simple reason ¿ it's fantastically addictive.

Diabolically Addictive

If Sonic Team had to give us a meager story for Phantasy Star Online, you know they had to balance it out with a wealth of gameplay. First off, is the amount of customization the game permits; with nine different character types to choose from, each with numerous edit options to make your character look unique, Sonic Team didn't stop there. With online gaming, Sonic Team knew standing out from a crowd of online gamers is important and gave PSO the ability to customize messages and symbol. As you may or may not know, playing PSO online will enable players around the world to get together. Since not everyone speaks English, the symbol chat interface allows you to get basic communication across through happy faces, angry expressions, and other default symbols. You can also edit your own symbols (up to 12) to your own liking, and I've seen some hilarious ones. Of course, you can't always type (whether on DC pad or keyboard) while in the midst of battle, and the game allows you to shortcut phrases to specific keys on the DC pad (up to 8 shortcuts) and on the keyboard (up to 12).

Then comes the MAGs, and if you've been reading up on our previews and such, you've probably seen them but wondered the heck are they. MAGs are the hovering little buddies behind your character and are essential in your character's progress. While your character levels up through the normal means of killing monsters, you actually have to "feed" your MAG utility items (i.e. cure items, antidotes, etc.,) to increase your MAG's abilities. You can "feed" your MAG every five minutes or so and by increasing its abilities, it will also increase you abilities dependent upon what items you feed it. MAGs evolve into different shapes of sizes depending how well you take care of them, and each character will have a different looking MAG, be it Ranger, Hunter, or Force. All this customizing and editing is pretty darn cool and I've spent many hours making my own custom symbols and "feeding" my MAG the proper "foods". Though I spent quite a bit of time making my character unique with all this editing, I have to say the biggest reason why I came back to PSO is because the game is just too damn addicting. In a similar way to Diablo, even at level 75, I always have this nagging feeling that there's some better item out there I don't have, some better weapon that'll really kick more arse than the one I have, or a suit of armor that's just god-like... anyone who's played Diablo know that sensation. And when I start going on that item hunt, then comes the experience points factor. Just when I'm going to call it a night, I look at how many experience points I have and if it's 2000 or less, I keep going... till I'm way past that. This addictivity is doubled when you play with players online. Teaming up with three players (four to a game maximum), more enemies come out and with more enemies, comes more items and experience points. But whether you play it online or offline, the spectacular visuals remain the same, and I have to say that this is one of the finest looking DC games.

Whether it's the wonderful intro sequence, the exhaustive detail of the each character, or the enormous boss monsters, Phantasy Star Online doesn't disappoint at all in the visual department and you'll definitely know what I mean once you start taking a stroll in the city. Right from the get-go, you're greeted with graphics that destroys anything you've seen on a console. In the city, you'll be amazed at the detail of the metallic floor, the pulsating colorful lights, the gorgeous nurses...er, um, nevermind. And once you teleport down to the forest, DEAR LORD! The forest greets the player with stunning, vibrant colors, a grand blue sky... it's just a feast for the eyes. And with every level you progress through, the more incredible the visuals get. And then come the bosses... even the first level boss is about 10 times the size of your character. And the get bigger, more intricate, and a whole lot tougher. Thankfully, you don't have to face these nasties alone.

Support Dreamcast Online Obviously, the biggest feature for PSO is the online, multi-playability. With eight US servers, each server split up into 10 blocks, you shouldn't have a problem finding anyone to team up with. Once you meet someone in a lobby, you can chat with them, trade Guild cards (enabling you to find and email that person whenever their online), and setup a game. Games can be open so any player can join at any time, or you can make them password protected in case you only want specific people playing in your game. Once in, players can stay together or go off in whatever direction they choose. However, with the increased number of monsters, the experienced and wise stay together and work together. This is a great gameplay feature, as players, whether they like it or not, are basically forced to work together in order to get through each room. Of course, getting everyone to work together takes time and of course you might end up playing with some item whore that steals every item in a room without helping out. But you won't be able to experience this until you get online. For that matter, you won't be able to fully enjoy PSO until you've gone online with a bunch of good players and quested together for a few hours. So, if you plan to buy Phantasy Star Online but you're not planning to go online, you're not playing the game. Whether it's just chatting online getting to know other Dreamcast players, helping out newbies on their first grand day out, or beating the final boss on very hard difficulty (gah), Dreamcast players must play Phantasy Star Online online... and that means everyone.



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      `- Proudly Presents:

      Game.....: Phantasy Star Online Version 2 (C) Sega / Sonic Team     
   
      Origin...: JPN - NTSC           -  Filename.....: E-PSOV2.001
      Released.: June 6th, 2001       -  Format.......: DiscJuggler (CDI)
      Platform.: Sega Dreamcast (DC)  -  CD(s)........: 1
      CD1 Info.: 30 RARS  / 80 MINS   -  Ripped.......: FMV Downsampled

    - --- Release Notes ------------------------------------------------>

    PREPARE YOURSELF FOR THE NEXT LEVEL.

    The new frontier awaits. The Hunters of Pioneer 2 have discovered
    the wonders of Phantasy Star Online Ver. 2. Including all of the
    original gameplay, PSO Ver. 2 adds more levels, more features,
    and more evil to combat. Attempt to master the Ultimate Difficulty
    setting, struggle to survive the infinite Challenge Dungeon, and
    reign as the supreme champion of Battle Mode.

    You can play with your existing PSO character, or create a new one
    as you strive to reach experience levels as high as 200! Engage in
    Lobby Ball with up to 12 players while you chat and get a team
    together for your next quest. Discover new and more powerful
    monsters, unearth rare items that have never been seen before, and
    experience the passing of time as day turns into night in this
    persistent online world. Phantasy Star Online Ver. 2 continues the
    evolution of the original revolutionary gaming experience.

    Game Features:

    - New features like Challenge Mode let you test your endurance,
      while Battle Mode allows player vs. player deathmatch action.

    - Real-time combat against new, more powerful monsters.

    - New rare items, day and night effects, and the Ultimate
      Difficulty Mode.

    - Use your existing character, or create a new one, and try to reach
      Level 200!

    - Lobby Ball for up to 12 players - get a game going while you chat
      and form online teams.

    When asked to enter a serial # on bootup, Use this one:

    Serial #: 11B76C62
    Access Key: 00000000
   
    It will work for single player mode, but of course you cannot
    play Online without a legit serial number that you can obtain by
    buying this game.

    Also, If you have previously used the USA version of Phantasy
    Star Online Version 1, we recommend not using this release. There
    are several bugs present with the Flashrom, they are in the original
    too. We recommend waiting for the USA PSO Ver2 if you have been
    playing the USA PSO Ver1.

    This fine release is fully Multi-Language just like the original
    Phantasy Star Online.

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    006  Vampire Chronicles For M.S. (C) Capcom    JPN/NTSC    09/06/00
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    013  NFL Blitz 2001 (C) Midway                 USA/NTSC    09/16/00
    014  Dance Dance Rev.: Club Mix (C) Konami     JPN/NTSC    09/18/00
    015  ESPN Internat. Track & Field (C) Konami   EURO/P-N    09/18/00
    016  Ferrari F355 Challenge (C) Acclaim / Sega USA/NTSC    09/19/00
    017  San Francisco Rush 2049 (C) Midway/Atari  USA/NTSC    09/20/00
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    020  Sega Worldwide Soccer Euro Ed. (C) Sega   EURO/P-N    09/23/00
    021  F1 World Grand Prix With CDDA (C) Sega    USA/NTSC    09/25/00
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    023  South Park Rally (C) Acclaim              USA/NTSC    09/26/00
    024  Pen Pen Trilcelon (C) Infogrames          USA/NTSC    09/27/00
    025  Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 (C) Crave / Genki    USA/NTSC    09/27/00
    026  Virtual-On: OT With CDDA (C) Activision   USA/NTSC    09/27/00
    027  The Ring (C) Infogrames                   USA/NTSC    09/28/00
    028  Dead or Alive 2 Limited Ed. (C) Tecmo     JPN/NTSC    09/28/00
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    030  Hoyle Casino (C) Havas / Berkeley         USA/NTSC    10/02/00
    031  NBA Showtime: NBA On NBC (C) Midway       USA/NTSC    10/03/00
    032  Buzz Lightyear of Star Cmd (C) Activision USA/NTSC    10/04/00
    033  Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (C) Capcom USA/NTSC    10/05/00
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    035  Shenmue Chapter 1: Yokosuka (C) Sega/AM2  JPN/NTSC    10/06/00
    036  Eldorado Gate Volume 1 (C) Capcom         JPN/NTSC    10/08/00
    037  Silent Scope (C) Konami                   JPN/NTSC    10/09/00
    038  SW EP1: Jedi Power Battles (C) Lucas Arts USA/NTSC    10/11/00
    039  18-Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (C) Sega JPN/NTSC    10/11/00
    040  Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge (C) Hasbro    USA/NTSC    10/13/00
    041  Sega Extreme Sports (C) Sega / Innerloop  EURO/P-N    10/14/00
    042  Sega Marine Fishing (C) Sega              USA/NTSC    10/18/00
    043  MTV Skateboarding (C) THQ                 USA/NTSC    10/18/00
    044  Samba De Amigo (C) Sega / Sonic Team      USA/NTSC    10/18/00
    045  Spawn: In The Demon's Hand (C) Capcom     USA/NTSC    10/19/00
    046  Urban Chaos (C) Eidos Interactive         USA/NTSC    10/22/00
    047  Quake III Arena (C) Sega / ID Software    USA/NTSC    10/24/00
    048  Silent Scope (C) Konami                   USA/NTSC    10/25/00
    049  Super Runabout: SF Edition (C) Interplay  USA/NTSC    10/26/00
    050  Spec Ops II: Omega Squad (C) South Peak   USA/NTSC    10/26/00
    051  Ready 2 Rumble: Round 2 (C) Midway        USA/NTSC    10/27/00
    052  Demolition Racer: No Exit (C) Infogrames  USA/NTSC    10/27/00
    053  Test Drive Le Mans (C) Infogrames         EURO/P-N    10/30/00
    054  Metropolis Street Racer (C) Sega/Bizarre  EURO/P-N    10/31/00
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    055  Jet Grind Radio (C) Sega                  USA/NTSC    11/01/00
    056  4x4 Evolution (C) Gathering of Developers USA/NTSC    11/01/00
    057  Army Men: Sarge's Heroes (C) Midway / 3DO USA/NTSC    11/01/00
    058  Looney Tunes: Space Race (C) Infogrames   EURO/P-N    11/04/00
    059  Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (C) Activision   USA/NTSC    11/08/00
    060  Maximum Pool (C) Sierra Sports            USA/NTSC    11/09/00
    061  Capcom VS. SNK - M.F. 2000 (C) Capcom     USA/NTSC    11/09/00
    062  Mars Matrix (C) Capcom                    JPN/NTSC    11/10/00
    063  Sonic Shuffle (C) Sega                    USA/NTSC    11/15/00
    064  102 Dalmatians (C) Eidos / Disney         USA/NTSC    11/15/00
    065  Cannon Spike (C) Capcom                   USA/NTSC    11/16/00
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    068  Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness (C) Namco        USA/NTSC    11/17/00
    069  Chicken Run (C) Eidos / Blitz             USA/NTSC    11/17/00
    070  Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (C) Capcom       USA/NTSC    11/17/00
    071  Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX (C) Acclaim      USA/NTSC    11/19/00
    072  Star Wars Demolition (C) Lucas Arts       USA/NTSC    11/21/00
    073  F1 World Grand Prix II (C) Video System   JPN/NTSC    11/22/00
    074  Rainbow Six Rogue Spear (C) Red Storm     USA/NTSC    11/22/00
    075  Moho (C) Lost Toys / Take 2               EURO/P-N    11/23/00
    076  StarLancer (C) Crave / Digital Anvil      USA/NTSC    11/24/00
    077  Disney's Dinosaur (C) Ubisoft             USA/NTSC    11/25/00
    078  Tomb Raider Chronicles (C) Eidos / CORE   USA/NTSC    11/25/00
    079  Sno-Cross Championship Racing (C) Crave   USA/NTSC    11/30/00
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    080  WW To Beat Up A Millionaire? (C) Berkeley USA/NTSC    12/01/00
    081  F1 World Grand Prix II (C) Video System   EURO/P-N    12/05/00
    082  Charge N' Blast (C) Sims                  JPN/NTSC    12/05/00
    083  Prince of Persia: Arab. Nights (C) Mattel USA/NTSC    12/05/00
    084  Championship Pro Surfer (C) Mattel        USA/NTSC    12/06/00
    085  Q-Bert (C) Majesco / Hasbro               USA/NTSC    12/06/00
    086  POD Speedzone (C) Ubisoft                 USA/NTSC    12/07/00
    087  Grandia II (C) Game Arts / Ubisoft        USA/NTSC    12/08/00
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    090  GameShark CDX (C) InterAct                USA/NTSC    12/12/00
    091  Action Replay CDX (C) Datel               EURO/PAL    12/12/00
    092  Eldorado Gate Volume 2 (C) Capcom         JPN/NTSC    12/12/00
    093  Sega GT European Edition (C) Sega & Tose  EURO/P-N    12/14/00
    094  Speed Devils: Online Racing (C) Ubisoft   USA/NTSC    12/15/00
    095  KAO The Kangaroo (C) Titus                EURO/P-N    12/15/00
    096  Donald Duck Quack Attack (C) Ubisoft      EURO/P-N    12/16/00
    097  Samba De Amigo Version 2000 (C) Sega      JPN/NTSC    12/16/00
    098  Guilty Gear X (C) Sammy/Arc System Works  JPN/NTSC    12/17/00
    099  Max Steel: Covert Missions (C) Mattel     USA/NTSC    12/17/00
    100  Test Drive V-Rally (C) Infogrames         USA/NTSC    12/17/00
    101  Last Blade 2 - Final Edition (C) SNK      JPN/NTSC    12/19/00
    102  Daytona USA 2001 (C) Sega                 JPN/NTSC    12/20/00
    103  Sonic Adventure 2 The Trial (C) Sega      JPN/NTSC    12/21/00
    104  Aqua GT (C) Take 2                        EURO/P-N    12/21/00
    105  Evil Dead - Hail To The King (C) THQ      USA/NTSC    12/21/00
    106  BANG! Gunship Elite (C) Redstorm          USA/NTSC    12/23/00
    107  NFL 2K (C) Sega Sports / Visual Concepts  USA/NTSC    12/26/00
    108  NBA 2K (C) Sega Sports / Visual Concepts  USA/NTSC    12/26/00
    109  NFL 2K1 (C) Sega Sports / Visual Concepts USA/NTSC    12/26/00
    110  NBA 2K1 (C) Sega Sports / Visual Concepts USA/NTSC    12/26/00
    111  Vanishing Point (C) Acclaim               USA/NTSC    12/28/00
    112  ECW Anarchy Rulz (C) Acclaim              USA/NTSC    12/30/00
    113  King of Fighters Evolution (C) SNK        USA/NTSC    12/30/00
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    114  Toy Racer (C) Sega / No Cliche            EURO/P-N    01/05/01
    ---  Prince of Persia: A.N. Repack (C) Mattel  USA/NTSC    01/06/01
    ---  Grandia II Repack (C) Ubisoft / Game Arts USA/NTSC    01/11/01
    115  Metropolis Street Racer USA (C) Sega      USA/NTSC    01/17/01
    116  Giga Wing 2 (C) Capcom / Takumi           JPN/NTSC    01/18/01
    117  Super Street Fighter 2 X (C) Capcom       JPN/NTSC    01/21/01
    118  Typing of The Dead (C) Sega               USA/NTSC    01/24/01
    119  F1 Racing Championship (C) Ubi Soft       EUR/NTSC    01/24/01
    120  UEFA Dream Soccer (C) Sega / Infogrames   EURO/P-N    01/26/01
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    121  Sega Smash Pack Volume 1 (C) Sega         USA/NTSC    02/03/01
    122  Draconus: Cult of The Wyrm (C) Crave Ent. USA/NTSC    02/06/01
    123  Charge 'N Blast (C) Infogrames            USA/NTSC    02/08/01
    124  Iron Aces (C) Infogrames / Xicat          USA/NTSC    02/10/01
    125  Hundred Swords (C) Sega / Smilebit        JPN/NTSC    02/14/01
    126  NBA Hoopz (C) Midway                      USA/NTSC    02/16/01
    127  European Super League (C) Virgin          EURO/P-N    02/27/01
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    128  Surf Rocket Racer (C) Crave Entertainment USA/NTSC    03/01/01
    129  Ducati World Racing Challenge (C) Acclaim USA/NTSC    03/02/01
    130  Fire Prowrestling D *ProperRip* (C) Spike JPN/NTSC    03/02/01
    131  Fighting Vipers 2 (C) Sega / AM2          EURO/P-N    03/05/01
    132  Unreal Tournament (C) Infogrames / S.L.   USA/NTSC    03/05/01
    133  Daytona USA (C) Sega                      USA/NTSC    03/14/01
    134  Sakura Wars 3 (C) Sega / Red              JPN/NTSC    03/23/01
    135  Illbleed (C) Crazy Games / Sega           JPN/NTSC    03/30/01
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    136  Sports Jam (C) Sega / Wow                 JPN/NTSC    04/09/01
    137  Project Justice (C) Capcom / Virgin       EURO/P-N    04/10/01
    138  Eldorado Gate Volume 4 (C) Capcom         JPN/NTSC    04/18/01
    139  Spider-Man (C) Activision                 USA/NTSC    04/18/01
    140  Illbleed (C) AIA Entert. / Crazy Games    USA/NTSC    04/25/01
    141  Worms World Party (C) Titus / Team 17     EURO/P-N    04/25/01
    142  Mars Matrix (C) Capcom                    USA/NTSC    04/26/01
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    143  Giant Killers (C) AAA Games               EURO/P-N    05/08/01
    144  Giga Wing 2 (C) Capcom / Takumi           USA/NTSC    05/11/01
    145  Exhibition of Speed (C) Titus             EURO/P-N    05/15/01
    146  Coaster Works (C) Infogrames              USA/NTSC    05/16/01
    147  Confidential Mission (C) Sega             USA/NTSC    05/16/01
    148  18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (C) Sega USA/NTSC    05/23/01
    149  Confidential Mission (C) Sega             EURO/P-N    05/29/01
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    150  Phantasy Star Online Version 2 (C) Sega   JPN/NTSC    06/06/01
 
    - --- Fixes / Trainers / Miscellaneous Releases -------------------->

    Num  Game Title & Publisher                    Origin      Date
    ---  ----------------------                    ------      ----
    001  DC Self-Boot Tutorial (C) Echelon         ALL/ALL     09/19/00
    002  SF Rush 2049 Country Fix (C) Midway/Atari USA/NTSC    09/21/00
    003  Pen Pen Trilcelon RGB Fix (C) Infogrames  USA/NTSC    09/27/00
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    004  SF III: 3rd Strike RGB Fix (C) Capcom     USA/NTSC    10/06/00
    005  Eldorado Gate Volume 1 Fix (C) Capcom     JPN/NTSC    10/09/00
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    006  Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 Save Fix (C) Crave   USA/NTSC    11/03/00
    007  GunBird 2 RGB Fix (C) Capcom              USA/NTSC    11/17/00
    008  R6 Rogue Spear RGB Fix (C) Red Storm      USA/NTSC    11/22/00
    009  ESPN NBA 2Night RGB Fix (C) Konami        USA/NTSC    11/24/00
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    010  Grandia II CD2 Addon (C) Game Arts / Ubi  USA/NTSC    12/08/00
    011  The Grinch RGB Fix (C) Konami             USA/NTSC    12/12/00
    012  TD V-Rally CDDA Fix (C) Infogrames        USA/NTSC    12/22/00
    013  NBA 2K1 Fix (C) Sega / Visual Concepts    USA/NTSC    12/28/00
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    014  Vanishing Point +6 Trainer (C) Acclaim    USA/NTSC    01/03/01
    015  Pop 'N Music 2 RGB Fix (C) Konami         JPN/NTSC    01/03/01
    016  Pop 'N Music 4 Append RGB Fix (C) Konami  JPN/NTSC    01/03/01
    017  Guilty Gear X +6 Trainer (C) Sammy / Arc  JPN/NTSC    01/05/01
    018  Fighting Vipers 2 +16 Trainer (C) Sega    JPN/NTSC    01/19/01
    019  Giga Wing 2 +13 Trainer (C) Capcom        JPN/NTSC    01/22/01
    020  Super SF 2 X +8 Trainer (C) Capcom        JPN/NTSC    01/22/01
    021  Dave Mirra BMX CDDA Fix (C) Acclaim       USA/NTSC    01/22/01
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    022 Sega Smash Pk. ROM Loader (C) Echelon/Sega USA/NTSC    02/05/01
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    023  Spider-Man +9 Trainer (C) Activision      USA/NTSC    04/20/01
    024  Illbleed +21 Trainer (C) AIA / Crazy Gms  USA/NTSC    04/28/01
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    025  Dreamcast VCD Player (C) Xing Hong Ele.   H-K/NTSC    05/04/01
    026  Giga Wing 2 +12 Trainer (C) Capcom        USA/NTSC    05/24/01
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    027  Mars Matrix +7 Trainer (C) Capcom         USA/NTSC    06/03/01
    028  Confidential Mission +7 Trainer (C) Sega  USA/NTSC    06/06/01
   
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Re: Phantasy_Star_Online_v2_JAP_DC-ECHELON

Сообщение monkeyman » 29 июн 2011, 04:05

Great upload Lin - thanks :)

I'm seeding a lot of the Jap torrents now (but I still need help with First Kiss Story 1)

How can I upload torrents here? I can share 24/7 - Is there a guide for English users? (yes, i have uploaded torrents before - but I can't see the 'upload torrent' link here for some reason?
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Re: Phantasy_Star_Online_v2_JAP_DC-ECHELON

Сообщение Lin » 29 июн 2011, 04:16

Which torrent you are uploaded?
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Re: Phantasy Star Online v2 (JAP) [ECHELON]

Сообщение Romanon » 05 янв 2015, 00:57

Не осилил, много букв.
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