Tuesday, June 10, 2008

General: Update for June 13th

It looks like we're going to get another update rather soon. Not too big, but still appreciated:

- New field (Il Cabo Area)
- New midpoint lobby (Il Cabo Base)
- Lonely Laboratory C-S (Underground Lake to Il Cabo Base)
- New room items

This update seems to pick up the stuff we didn't get yet from JP's Feb 14th update.

Update: Link to end of maintenance page added.

EN Update Page
JP 360 Update Page
Lonely Laboratory on PSUP
JP Maintenance End

8 comments:

Angelo said...

Which gate? Towards the mining area?

S-T-H said...

I'm not sure actually. One of them.

Originally I just thought that it would be through the far gate in the lobby that Awoken Serpent is in. Maybe they're going to relabel one of the gates.

EspioKaos said...

Huh... I remember there being a gate labeled for Il Cabo, but now I see it's the one S-T-H mentioned at Granigs. I just checked the underground lake, and I'm thinking that the Il Cabo gate there might be where the bridge sections off. Right now there are three towers blocking a small clearing. Those might be gone tomorrow.

S-T-H said...

Ah right I forgot that some areas there were blocked off. It's quite a large lobby.

EspioKaos said...

Heh, it really is. XD

That reminds me... Foran Waterfall. There's a section behind one of the cascades that's blocked off by AMF cargo boxes. I'm hoping that one day that section opens up to a new mission counter. [/random thought]

Angelo said...

I imagine that the second mission in Il Cabo will actually dump players in Granigs Mine. In other words, the gate in Granigs is actually an exit, not an entrance.

Angelo said...

Oh! Before I forget, any idea what this is about?

http://www.4gamer.net/games/021/G002148/20060830233826/

S-T-H said...

It seems to be a presentation for Sega to describe all the details of PSU's network code. Might be worth a translation. EspioKaos would be the best person to ask for that one, but it is a bit long.

I guess I could help a bit if necessary with some terms. I know a bit about network coding and security myself.