I recently worked on a private video (rough video, no plans of sharing it publicly at the moment) to help out a few friends on learning how to start and play PSO2. One of the things I ended up doing was writing a whole script and I feel it’s something I could easily share publicly to help out other people.
So if you are just starting PSO2 or thinking about playing and need some sort of quick start guide, you’re welcome to click and read this blog post as it may have very useful information for you. Also, this post is a work in progress and feedback is welcome in the comments.
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Video settings have gotten more complicated in the recent years. To be more precise, since HD TVs started to appear, there’s been more settings to configure.
The easiest part to configure is the resolution, as that’s pretty much done automatically and in the right way. The real confusion comes with another setting in the video, the RGB Range. Setting this part correctly is as important as the resolution, specially if you are going to take screenshots, record video, or stream. It’s even more important if you’re going to do any kind of graphic comparison.
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Several weeks ago, I was able to play Assault Android Cactus thanks to the Xbox Live Gold free games program. I was really surprised that the game isn’t better known since it’s actually a really good game. It’s a twin stick shooter where the focus isn’t in knowing how to survive but instead is in knowing how to defeat your enemies as efficiently as possible. Survival is just part of it as it’s obviously always more beneficial to be actively attacking the whole time than having to be waiting until your character reactivates.
Before I go on with this post, I want to clear up that this isn’t a review (or a Quick Review). While part of it can be taken as a review, this will focus more on why I think the game would be great on Switch.
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Just for fun, I decided to record a simulation (and prediction, I guess) of the upcoming Russia World Cup 2018 final match through PES 2018. The default line ups were used except for a few changes in the substitutes. Both teams were left up to be controlled completely by the CPU by activating Coach Mode on both sides and enabling automatic substitutions and formations.
PS. Konami, where is PES for Nintendo Switch??? Why are you letting EA get all the customers? (aka, “Konami, why don’t you like easy money?”)