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Mar29

Now I Really Hate the PS2

It’s been a week or so since I last played FFXI. I’ve missed it lots. Unfortunately, now that I’m back at home, at a computer that can play it, with a connection that won’t drop me, and I can’t play it. It’s annoying. Everytime I try to logon to the game, the server drops me. I just can’t get a good connection to the server. Considering I have one of the fastest of connections around my area - 1.5 Mbps downstream - I usually don’t get any problems connecting to anything. Sigh. The only reason I can think of why I can’t keep a connection is because there are just too many PS2 players on MY FFXI server.

I’m not really bitter. I really don’t mind that PS2 players get to play the game now. But it’s rude that once they come in, I don’t get a chance to play. =P I hope this server congestion gets resolved soon.

March 29, 2004 11:18 AM Video Games

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I say we adopt a "joint custody" type system between the PC users and the PS2 users. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday go to the PS2 users, while the PC users get Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Sunday we'll....um...I have no idea where I am going with this...

Posted by: Jason Pugh | March 30, 2004 10:07 AM

Well, I dunno about what was happening anymore... My computer did crash not to long ago. Sigh. Now I dont even have PS2 players which to yell at. By the time I get back into the game all those PS2 players are going to be higher level then me :O(

Posted by: darksama | April 22, 2004 09:43 AM

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