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@oddsnake: Exactly. If you open your trophy list the option is right there in front of you lol.
@DarkReign2022: They do have a premium service, but most of the things it offers can be gotten in game using free tickets. For example, turning in these easy to get cubes can get you a 3 day room pass. An hour of grinding easily gives you a few months worth of room time, but premium service players just have that from the get go.
Also pretty much everything is loot drop/box based. Drops are random (although dungeons show you what can drop), and pretty much all costumes/event items come from using tickets in a lotto. (Mostly real cash tickets, or those given from being subbed). On the flip side, the way the game is in Japan, you can get pretty much anything by being a free player. You get millions of in game currency a week just by doing the easy to do dailies and weeklies, and typically you can buy anything from players for a few mil or so. Old expired items typically cost more, but as soon as the event rolls back around it's dirt cheap again. So yes, players who pay do have an advantage at getting this stuff, but it's not a must and doesn't actually give any REAL advantages (only cosmetic).
@Marky360: it does have a switch version, and playing it gets you Zelda stuff lol
"You purchased this item on 1/22/2016"
I think I'm good lol
@lostn: Yeah they didn't ask him, which sucks, but it still comes down to money. Even if they reached out to hire him for a role he really REALLY loves, it wont change the fact it'll be expensive. VAs don't really have a say in how much they are worth. It all depends who they go through.
Now as sad as it is he's not in the game, what REALLY doesn't make sense is who they hired to do it. Now the VA does a good job in everything I've seen him in, but his voice doesn't match Troy's. They should've gone with Matt Mercer instead, like everyone else does. Heck he replaced Kanji half way into the Persona 4 anime, and pretty much no one even noticed.
@jenovaschilld are you sure you were watching the ending of Vesperia? The anime for Vesperia was a prequel movie that came out later. Then you have Tales of the Abyss (which was retold in anime form), and some OVAs for Symphonia. We have a Zesteria anime now, but it's pretty new, so that wouldn't have been it.
Anyway, even if you do know the ending it's worth seeing for yourself. The ending is a small part in what this adventure really is.
@driveinns yeah but don't worry. It's seen in the first few minutes so you start the movie knowing all about it. The article goes into full detail about the possible outcomes though...
@abdou: apparently the bad ratings were a troll attempt or something that came from the other movie releasing on the same day. That being said, I thought Venom was pretty good. Maybe not the best movie in the world, but it was fun and left me wanting more. Overall it was a pretty good origin story. (Even with some of the stupid one liners during the second half lol)
Originally I saw people ticked off that it wasn't the PSP version, so kinda shocked to see people up disappointment that it IS the PSP release after all. I mean, I get that people are nostalgic for the original voice acting and everything (I'm like that with games as well), but in this case I prefer the extra content. Especially considering it's another playable character.
@gotrekfabian: Which is what I'm scared will happen. I actually really liked battle packs. They didn't matter, but it was just another thing you were constantly handed just by playing the game.
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