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Credit goes to essen for extracting the password. Enjoy!

Password - Item
32091120 - Bullet Lancer (up to 50%)
53962481 - Maverick Rifle (up to 50%)
33286491 - Scouring Bubble
29888026 - Clarita Visas I (up to 50%)
30495153 - Toop Nasur (up to 50%)
11293398 - Puyo Pop Fists (up to 50%)
54186516 - Puyo Pop Fever Gun (up to 50%)
34819852 - Sonic Knuckles (up to 50%)
74612418 - Ogi's Head
34162313 - Special Pizza Slicer (up to 50%)
89747981 - Pizza Shack D. Box (up to 50%)
32549411 - Platinum Tiger (male clothes)
32549412 - Platinum Tiger (female clothes)
32549413 - Platinum Tiger (male parts)
32549414 - Platinum Tiger (female parts)
32549410 - Angry Marshmellow (up to 50%)
98443461 - Trauma Bandages (male clothes)
98443462 - Trauma Bandages (female clothes)
98443463 - Trauma Bandages (male parts)
98443464 - Trauma Bandages (female parts)
98443460 - Crutches (up to 50%)
72401991 - Lovely Feathers (female clothes)
72401992 - Lovely Feathers (female parts)
72401990 - Art Javelin (up to 50%)
41761771 - Hanhel Tsunagin (male clothes)
41761772 - Hanhel Tsunagin (male parts)
41761770 - True Hash (up to 50%)
48168861 - Blank Epoch (male clothes)
48168862 - Blank Epoch (male parts)
48168860 - Telltale Hearts (up to 50%)
55687361 - Magical Princess (female clothes)
55687362 - Magical Princess (female parts)
55687360 - Mr Ekoeko-stick (up to 50%)
84639190 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes blue x white)
84639191 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes red x white)
84639192 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes green x white)
84639193 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes yellow x white)
84639194 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes purple x white)
84639195 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes pink x white)
84639196 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes light blue x white)
84639197 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes gold x white)
84639198 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes white x white)
84639199 - Knight-King Armor (female clothes black x white)
84639200 - Knight-King Armor (female parts)
76416348 - Excalibur (up to 50%)
24932270 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes red x black)
24932271 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes blue x black)
24932272 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes yellow x black)
24932273 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes green x black)
24932274 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes purple x black)
24932275 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes pink x black)
24932276 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes brown x black)
24932277 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes light blue x black)
24932278 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes black x black)
24932279 - Akahara Reisou (male clothes white x black)
24932280 - Akahara Reisou (male parts)
46815464 - Kansho Bayuka (up to 50%)
15644321 - Plug Suit Shinji (male clothes blue/white)
15644322 - Plug Suit Shinji (male parts)
46211351 - Plug Suit Rei (female clothes white/black)
46211352 - Plug Suit Rei (female parts)
34336181 - Plug Suit Asuka (female clothes red/black)
34336182 - Plug Suit Asuka (female parts)
32143166 - Longinus Lance (up to 50%)
39395341 - Miku Hatsune Dress (female clothes grey/green)
39395342 - Miku Hatsune Dress (female parts)
39395343 - Miku's Leek Saber (up to 50%)
39395344 - Miku's T. Leek Sabers (up to 50%)
39395345 - Miku's Leek Rifle (up to 50%)
39395346 - Miku's Leek Wand (up to 50%)
51355131 - Ochakendoog (up to 50%)
51355132 - Tea-Dog Plush
51355133 - New Tea-Dog Plush
51355134 - Pa-Panda! Table
54333358 - Edelweiss Figure
43326648 - Play Blu Edge (up to 50%)
88619433 - Game Pro Knuckles (up to 50%)
33974688 - TOXIC Cannon (up to 50%)
21887733 - PS Magazine R-Mag (up to 50%)
54684698 - The Rappy of Hope
41325468 - Memoir of a legend
64991154 - Nei's partnership

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Last edited by Mewn on Tue Sep 21, 2010 8:01 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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nice work. i will get this plugsuit and the vocaloid dress asap ^^


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64991154 - Nei's partnership

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Sure beats the hell out of waiting for them. Thanks Essen.

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OK GUYS wtf I WANED to solwly relesa these ofver a course of 3 months to appear it was lik more content or somethin u suk

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Ruby is sad he couldn't dripfeed the codes and help SEGA to slowly unlock the content that's already on the disc. Well, THANKS RUBY for joining SEGA and helping them improve on their most hated practices from practically the complete community! I hope you help the PSU supplemental content get dripfed as much as possible too!

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Hey essen, according to PSO-W you should stop spoiling the game by hacking the codes early just to feed your e-peen. Because apparently the only reason you do stuff like this is because you want the attention and not because you have an honest interest in programming and game development.

Also you're apparently the reason Sega of Japan doesn't give America/Europe the resources necessary to release games without having to cut content.

PSO-W is also one of the best absurdist comedy websites on the net

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Yeah i've been reading the posts, it's hilarious. Better than most movies.

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Yeah i've been reading the posts, it's hilarious. Better than most movies.

When Ruby showed up to out a troll I nearly started laughing out loud at work

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Yeah, it has been rather entertaining. Seems like some people are using this as an excuse to take pot-shots at the site rather than at our release of these codes, but whatever, it's all amusing.

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mewn do you just like drama occuring

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mewn do you just like drama occuring

Not at all, my reasons for requesting essen find these codes were all noble, I assure you!

Also we're ruining it for everyone else. Guess only buying two copies of the game was not enough. I should have imported US as well. PS is dead and we're the killers, guys. The blood of Emilia stains our hands crimson :(

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Amazing, it is getting to be rather hard to read PSOW, I'm trying to stick only to a few threads that are still mostly clean.
Good job with the passwords, specially since the "drip feeding" is ridiculous considering all of that is already released for the JP version (except for the Nei partnership thing, that's interesting).

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oh noes what will I tell my friends who purchased US PSP2 only because I introduced them to the JP version and who are thankfully unaware of the fansites?

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Just a note to explain what happened and why releasing the codes was actually a good thing if you want SEGA to take notice and man-up for the next game.

The reason there was passworded items was to actually drip-feed them, but not to bring the illusion of updating the game. SEGA planned to use all these codes as promotion material. They made arrangements with several websites and possibly other types of business to make them put a code somewhere in their website or their product. That code would be used to unlock these items. This is great for business, it makes people buy more products just to make their PSP2 complete. And it's great for SEGA, they get to put their product name in many places and raise awareness without spending any extra money.

Why is it bad? Because the content was already there. It's not something they add at a later time and release as a promotion, it was there from the start. It's as bad as releasing PSU with only 2 planets open and a shitload of content missing. But it's also bad because that really shows SEGA doesn't want to spend anything for their game. Did you see any ad for PSP2? I bet you didn't. Someone even tells me many big gaming websites didn't even review the game yet. Why is that? Because SEGA doesn't want to spend money to advertise their game. What about Japan? Big budget. If you feel like you only get the leftovers and SEGA just tries to monetize a little more over a product conceived mainly for the japanese market, you got the right feeling. You do get leftovers; they didn't even bother porting the DLC over here. Spend as less money as possible to get the most profit out of it is all they do.

If you want to make them take notice and take care of their international player base properly, you need to one-up them with stunts like this. Nothing else will work.

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Grab your popcorn buckets.

I registered just to point out how ridiculous your comments were, Essen. You're not 'sticking it to the man' as you'd like to believe, so don't fool yourself into thinking you're a glorious freedom fighter here to show SEGA what's really important. Hacking to release the codes hurts solely the efforts I was trying to put together to help promote the game here in the west, and that's it.

The 'they did this to avoid spending extra money' argument is also out the window. We spent money just localizing the unlockable items in the first place - not even touching on licensing or partnership approvals. (Before you say it: it's more expensive than you think.) I also don't get money to buy ads: that part doesn't touch on my job. My job is to do the most I can with what I'm given, and in this case, one facet of that was the codes.

I realize the viewpoint that exists after seeing the difference between the JP-US servers for PSU (and even PSO). It's a battle we (and now, especially Edward) fight every day. But I also don't think 3-4+ codes a week, as was the plan, is anything near 'drip-feeding'.

If you want to see SEGA spend more money advertising and supporting PSP2, we need to show them that it's worth spending money on. I was hoping to prove that with the awareness we could create via the cost of localizing these items alone. I think we still can create it in other ways, but stuff like this certainly doesn't help.

Anyways, that's my rant/response. You may now follow this-up with some obligatory 'u mad?' quotes and popcorn bucket gif images. :)


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PSP2 is a game that deserved full support IMO and of course it got less than nothing. It got content removed. Even the stripped down mini-port that was PSPo at least got full voice acting and the better game, PSP2, doesn't.
The major test of time for me is to see if they actually managed to patch up all the holes left by the removed DLC and it is still possible to get 100% completion. If not, well then they didn't even make an effort to deliver a complete game.

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First of all, thank you for acknowledging the existence of PSUPedia, the biggest and probably only PSP2 western resource! Thanks for all your support of the PSP2 wiki through your donations and other forms of cooperation. I believe PSUPedia is one of the best gaming resource of the Internet, and everything is all thanks to SEGA's continuous support over the years.

I admit my wording was a bit shallow, I'm no english native. I obviously meant you were doing this with a minimal budget, not with a budget of 0. You can't disagree (well you can, that's your job) that SEGA as a whole is only trying to spend less to earn more outside the japanese market. JP got a big promotion, big partnerships, voice acting and DLC over PSN. US gets what's already in the game because it's already there and that's it. DLC option gets removed without even trying to sell a few first and see (and I'm not saying YOU didn't try, the bad guys I believe are SoJ and probably SoA execs in parts). The costs for localizing those items? It shouldn't be much more than for the rest of the game.

By the way good job on the localization, it shows how much SEGA cares about the quality of their western releases and of the series continuity.

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Not to worry, Sega can still promote the game with the myriad of DLC they have lined up for the US version, right?

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Not to worry, Sega can still promote the game with the myriad of DLC they have lined up for the US version, right?


oh this is funny becus they hav nothin lined up


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RubyEclipse wrote:
i like wasting time


dood plz u need 2 focus on makin the gaems.

Brb, going 2 go make Sonic 4: Episode 12.

k done.

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You guys put a lot of hard work into what you do here, and that's respectable. I'm not personally going to donate money, but if you want to get mad over that fact, I guess there's not much else I can say. If there are things that you need for the wiki that would make your lives easier and aren't too hard for me to get, you can always ask (or just PM here) and I'll see if it's possible.

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I admit my wording was a bit shallow, I'm no english native. I obviously meant you were doing this with a minimal budget, not with a budget of 0. You can't disagree (well you can, that's your job) that SEGA as a whole is only trying to spend less to earn more outside the japanese market. JP got a big promotion, big partnerships, voice acting and DLC over PSN. US gets what's already in the game because it's already there and that's it. DLC option gets removed without even trying to sell a few first and see (and I'm not saying YOU didn't try, the bad guys I believe are SoJ and probably SoA execs in parts). The costs for localizing those items? It shouldn't be much more than for the rest of the game.


It's alright; if I tried posting anything en francais it wouldn't even resemble proper sentences. JP got the big promotions because the franchise is huge there, the first game sold like hotcakes, and they were able to prove to those higher up that it was worth investing in.

The first game didn't do near as well in the west, by a number comparison. We knew it wouldn't, and by target numbers for our markets, it actually did alright - at least well enough to support the sequel, and after a bit of work, many of the unlockable items, too.

I guess my point is simply that releasing the codes didn't actually harm the people you probably wanted to take note of it. It hurt my efforts to get those people to notice and further support the game, and that's about it. That's all I really wanted to point out.


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RubyEclipse wrote:
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dood plz u need 2 focus on makin the gaems.

Brb, going 2 go make Sonic 4: Episode 12.

k done.

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You just did sum sarcastic trollin lolz 2.

get started on the DLC


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You just did sum sarcastic trollin lolz 2.

get started on the DLC

You may need to calm down a little bit so not to derail the topic too much.

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DarK-SuN wrote:
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You just did sum sarcastic trollin lolz 2.

get started on the DLC

You may need to calm down a little bit so not to derail the topic too much.


sorry.

ok i think ruby gave up. he shouldn't have even posted here in the first place it ruins his good image


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You know, I don't think I hurt anyone. Everyone who already had the game wasn't going to buy it again because you posted some codes in vague places. Most people were going to get the codes from gamefaqs anyway. It would be ridiculous (from a business point of view) to give up on those plans just because the people who already have the games have the codes. So you really should continue with this plan, and release the codes gradually for everyone else, and raise awareness of everyone who didn't buy the game yet.

If you don't, I've won. And I would be winning simply because people with bad business practices will get less money to continue fucking with their customers. Not that I'm an idealist or anything, I know how the world works. I simply don't support that kind of practices and had the possibility to make a point, and so did I.

Don't worry too much about the actual community. Even if SEGA doesn't release a game in the west. If the game is good, there'll always be people to translate it and bring it to others. And if it's an online game, there'll be private servers (you know, like schthack, where you played before). If you release it but put locks all over the place for your own purposes (promotional items, preventing the second hand market sales, the completely useless GameGuard that actually do more harm than good, whatever else), there'll always be people to unlock it. You can't ever stop that.

On the other hand, SEGA is only bringing games in the west because it benefits them. And they will always act like this, it's a business. If you really want better support, the only thing you can do is to show them that actually taking care of customers brings money in. Promotional material isn't taking care of customers though. If you want to take care of your customers, support the community projects like PSUPedia, help bring back the shutdown servers, and hey maybe you can even arrange some form of contract and get money back through cash shop on the community-ran servers like schthack or upcoming PSU servers, all with almost no work involved other than collecting extra money. And maybe you can even try to find a few good out of many sonic fan-games and help publish it as an independent work while making money (on that, your link on your corporate site doesn't work anymore). That's many things doable with very small budget.

I know I may sound crazy, but that's what a good business would do. Ever heard of Valve? Notice all the independent projects they've bought or recruited? Yeah. Copy that, and western SEGA will be both loved and make big money.

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