FIrst of all, did you pick up PSO v1, or v2? Almost no one plays V1. You can only see games that are made for v1, which are really rare to see. If you picked up v1, try and find a copy of v2. If you are playing on V2
killy9999 wrote:Can I have a follow-up question (and hijack the thread a little bit):FIrst of all, did you pick up PSO v1, or v2? Almost no one plays V1. You can only see games that are made for v1, which are really rare to see. If you picked up v1, try and find a copy of v2. If you are playing on V2
What about PAL vs NTSC? Are these version compatible with each other or does each have its own separate online games?
Elliander wrote:I also have a followup question:
I last played PSO on Sega's servers, but still have the save files on my VMU. I have my original discs in a binder, but I have no idea where the jewel case would be if anywhere.
1.) Where can I see which version I am on? If my game was played in v1, would a v2 disc work with my save file?
2.) Do I need the serial number that I used when I played online last? Would it be stored on the VMU somewhere? I know I would have entered it, since I actuallyed played online with Dreamcast's servers.
3.) I read that disconnected internet can also cause items to be lost. My ISP has a nasty habit of turning off the internet late at night when I am most likely to play for unannounced, but planned, maintainance. What if I copied my save files from one VMU to another before playing online?
Nico0020 wrote:Doesn't matter what region you are from, everyone can play together.
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