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Alis-Landeel
Dec 3, 2008, 01:06 AM
http://www.g-heaven.net/

http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081201c.html
http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081202a.html
http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081201b.html

New info on PSZero.
Multi-ending?
Bonus class?
Multi-choice dialogue?
...and other!

Wait... wait... this needs appropriate translation! Google is not enough!

the_importer_
Dec 3, 2008, 06:59 AM
http://www.g-heaven.net/

http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081201c.html
http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081202a.html
http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081201b.html

New info on PSZero.
Multi-ending?
Bonus class?
Multi-choice dialogue?
...and other!

Wait... wait... this needs appropriate translation! Google is not enough!

How about Babel Fish :P

Risingsun
Dec 3, 2008, 07:06 AM
How about Babel Fish :P
I agree with the OP, google translate/babelfish doesnt do any justice to the sheer amount of gameplay information contained within. But from what i could gather, a lot of our questions about techniques and stats are answered in there.

Saphion
Dec 3, 2008, 07:49 AM
Although if you want instant laughs, using one of the aforementioned translation webpages, translate an english phrase into a language of your choosing and then translate that back into English.

ShadowInferno119
Dec 3, 2008, 01:04 PM
lol, I did what Saphion said. It was the worst translation i've ever seen. I suggest you guys go try it to. =)

Anywho looks like a lot of good info on there. Someone please translate. ^.^

Alis-Landeel
Dec 3, 2008, 06:36 PM
Only Espiokaos can save us!

Niered
Dec 3, 2008, 08:19 PM
Wheres the godamn conch shell when you need it?!

DeathMachine
Dec 3, 2008, 08:27 PM
DUDE! New tech info there. Did the google translate.
How to learn techniques

01:『レスタLV1』といった名称の『テクニックディスク』が存在する 01: The name of the RESUTA LV1 techniques such as the existence of the disk,

a:『テクニックディスク』は"特殊アイテム"に分類される a: disk, a technique that "special items" to be Category

b:トレジャーボックスからのドロップを確認 b: Check out the drop from Treasure

02:『テクニックディスク』を使用することで該当テクニックが習得可能 02: use the technique to disk, appropriate techniques can be learned

a:装備品と同様に"職業制限"が掛けられている a: equipment as well as "occupational restrictions" are multiplying

※職業の制限表記 → (HH) (HR) (HF) (CH) (CR) (NH) (NF) ※ limited representation of professional → (HH) (HR) (HF) (CH) (CR) (NH) (NF)

b:この"職業制限"に対応したキャラクターのみ習得可能■テクニックの系統名 b: This "limited occupation" for the character can only learn techniques of the systematic name ■

01:回復系の『回復』が『HP回復』へと名称変更 01: The recovery of the system's recovery, and changed its name to HP's recovery

※分類されるテクニックは『レスタ』など The techniques are classified ※ like RESUTA

DeathMachine
Dec 3, 2008, 08:32 PM
Crappy translate, but you still get the basic idea. Tech disks are back, and PP is regen'd at 2 per second. Grinders are back too! Feeding mags is about four minutes again too. I feel like half my questions were answered in these poor translations...

looks like materials are back too...

Typoe
Dec 3, 2008, 09:10 PM
Looking through your translation, I'm kind of interested in the concept of "limited occupation". From what I can read it might mean that classes that can use a limited amount of techniques (Humars for example) may be able to specialize in a certain type of technique and possibly learn higher levels than normal of it or may only learn techniques of their chosen type.

Of course this is all speculation at the moment based off the translation offered above.

Gemel
Dec 3, 2008, 09:38 PM
It might just mean that Humar can use techs except for a few. Using the translator it says that Humar and Humarl can use all techs except for light, dark and what I think is buffing techs while a Fonewearl can use all and a Racast being able to use none.

AlexCraig
Dec 3, 2008, 10:03 PM
Interesting stuff there. Sounds more and more like PSO.

DeathMachine
Dec 3, 2008, 10:20 PM
There's a chart further down that page which shows that it's like PSO in that Classes learn Techs to a certain level, and only Forces get light and dark moves, and it looks like Jellen and Zalure too. Casts get squat of course. HUmar(l)s get Fire, Ice, Zap, Anti, Resta and Shifta/Deband.

DeathMachine
Dec 3, 2008, 10:58 PM
Was going over that word jumble and realized that Newmen have PP regen and Cast have HP regen again. 2 points per 5 seconds (and it might increase with level). You can also save at least 21 things to your visual chat.

Shiroyu
Dec 3, 2008, 11:42 PM
Oh man, this is gonna be the longest month ever.

EspioKaos
Dec 4, 2008, 05:01 PM
I just finished translating some recent news posts from Shougai PSO (including those in the first post here) over at the PSUPedia forum. Check them out here (http://forum.psupedia.info/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=268). Lots of random info.

Niered
Dec 4, 2008, 07:43 PM
Neat. Sounds like some interesting stuff popping up here.

Lets clarify though, when you speak of "elements" what you mean are status effects with a chance to be pulled off. On top of this though, do these weapons have bonuses towards other enemies? I.E. Ice does more damage to fire? This seems a little redundant seeing how we already have Native, A. Beast, Machine and Dark though.

Kent
Dec 4, 2008, 08:36 PM
Judging by the information we currently have, it looks as if "elements" are completely unrelated to enemy types.

I'm guessing they'll be affected by individual resistances of enemies, however. It did mention that the elements you put on weapons are specifically listed as status effects, so it's entirely possible that there is no extra damage added, but rather, the added benefit of this is purely the status effects, which have thus far not had another way of inflicting them mentioned (except maybe traps, but I haven't looked at the information for them).

Of course, just like PSO, it's entirely possible that the chance of inflicting a stats effect could depend on elemental resistances of the target.

Risingsun
Dec 15, 2008, 10:21 PM
Here are some more interesting articles from G-heaven.net. That could use a once over. (oh should i have made a new thread for this?)

-the first one seems to be about the dressing room feature, phonton plasts, giving your NPC partners orders, and a few other things. I included the rough google translation.
http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081213a.html
http://74.125.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081213a.html&usg=ALkJrhjiWVuRuNjbU6DAji_n70GK5xvxag

-I think this one is about slicers and how they work., and another feature i cant figure out.
oh and again rough google translation is below.
http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081215c.html
http://74.125.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http://www.g-heaven.net/pso/topics/081215c.html&usg=ALkJrhhgcVcbwJATdqIfIEYJMCLllk7YWg

DeathMachine
Dec 15, 2008, 10:45 PM
The way the craplation looks, I would guess you could kinda control the slicer. I 'saw' a spot where it looked like it was saying that the range increases with the combo, and you could start your charge even while the blade is still flying, so you can use your Photon ability as soon as it comes back. (Still not sure if it's a caster or a Hunting weapon)

Gemel
Dec 15, 2008, 11:04 PM
The way the craplation looks, I would guess you could kinda control the slicer. I 'saw' a spot where it looked like it was saying that the range increases with the combo, and you could start your charge even while the blade is still flying, so you can use your Photon ability as soon as it comes back. (Still not sure if it's a caster or a Hunting weapon)

It's a force weapon according to some other scans.

So they finally talk about slicers eh? I read over the google translation and it seems like a complicated weapon but then again the translation was... yeah...

DeathMachine
Dec 15, 2008, 11:12 PM
What I meant is "does it casts Techs or PAs?" I read that it's a Force weapon (if you can call them that) elsewhere.

Gemel
Dec 15, 2008, 11:24 PM
What I meant is "does it casts Techs or PAs?" I read that it's a Force weapon (if you can call them that) elsewhere.

Oh I see what you mean now, I don't think we'll know if you're able to cast techs with it until we get a better translation. Maybe the PA for it is the remote controlled blade? (If I read that correctly @[email protected])

Risingsun
Dec 15, 2008, 11:33 PM
the part that interests me most is about the dressing room, apprently you can change all of the items anytime you want, except for im guessing sex, race, and class. Its nice to know my customization decisions aren't permanent.

Kent
Dec 16, 2008, 12:09 AM
What I meant is "does it casts Techs or PAs?" I read that it's a Force weapon (if you can call them that) elsewhere.
All weapons have a charge attack they can do - even rods and wands.

However, this confirms what we already knew: That you can use a slicer to cast techniques.

Here's a rundown of the listed actions it says you can perform while the slicer is flying about:

Move.
Side-step.
Dodge.
Cast Techniques.
Pre-charge the charged attack of the Slicer, so you can launch it as soon as it comes back.

Although it mentions earlier on that your hands are completely empty while the blade is in flight... But the wording seems to sort of insinuate the possibility of unarmed attacks while it's flying, which would be great and all, but I have a feeling it's just talking about how it appears, and how it works more like a boomerang, rather than PSO-style Slicers.

It also sounds like, while you can't directly control the actions of the Slicer, it will try to target enemies nearest to you.

Nowhere
Dec 16, 2008, 04:07 AM
Move.
Side-step.
Dodge.
Cast Techniques.
Pre-charge the charged attack of the Slicer, so you can launch it as soon as it comes back.


That's starting to sound like a respectable weapon. I never really liked slicers before, but always wished they were made more useful. Charging while waiting for it to return... that sounds like it might just do the trick, not to mention being able to do other miscellaneous things as well.

Percival
Dec 16, 2008, 08:14 AM
That's starting to sound like a respectable weapon. I never really liked slicers before, but always wished they were made more useful. Charging while waiting for it to return... that sounds like it might just do the trick, not to mention being able to do other miscellaneous things as well.

Interesting weapon indeed. I should point out that you probably won't be able to dodge roll while charging the slicer since the dodge command cancels a charge attack.

Nowhere
Dec 16, 2008, 04:35 PM
Right. I'm just remembering all of my previous attempts to use one went like this:

Stand back a bit.
Attack a few times - not doing much damage.
Advance from attacking.
Either a: run away, or b: take hits from being stuck in position while the slicer is flying out.

Being able to charge makes it better at first, and when you get too close, that's when you start dodging. This all depends on the amount of time you really have to commit to the attack before you regain control, and the amount of damage slicers actually do. But if they've made them well-balanced, it's no wonder they didn't include the shotguns -- why bother?

ann_mitama
Dec 16, 2008, 11:13 PM
I was looking at the NPC stuff, but I'm not too sure about what they can do. So here's what I think the website says:

1. They can act on their own.
2. They can do regular attacks (action-based attacks).
3. They can attack from far away (I'm not too sure what Shooter Site means, but the explanation underneath makes sense like that)
4. They can heal
5. They can stick with you and attack.
6. They can release photon blasts.
7. The photon blasts can be in a chain.

I'm pretty sure that all of these are the things that you can order them to do. So I'm assuming that they would normally just attack on their own.

What do you guys think?

DeathMachine
Dec 16, 2008, 11:30 PM
By 'act on their own,' I believe they mean walk into walls and steal your kills...'Heal from far away' looks like it means they run to the opposite side of the room before they use resta...I hope they get a MEAT SHIELD command. That would make things easier for everyone. :D