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Event:
PSO 20th Anniversary

Start: 2020-12-21 22:00:00
End: 2021-01-18 22:00:00

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  1. AzurBlu - 839404
  2. Sydney Beans - 725061
  3. Oof - 578421
  4. wirklichmude - 479133
  5. Rhinox - 476122
  6. Blst - 412619
  7. ncc1701p - 355090
  8. wally - 353228
  9. nucleardoom - 294512
  10. Gen6Gamer - 283587

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2021-01-27 19:18:35

 
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  • Jan 26, 2021 02:56:24 UTC:
    Results for the PSO 20th Anniversary event on Sylverant are now available and token trade in is now available. See here for more information: https://t.co/xcBIONjley #pso #sylverant
  • Jan 11, 2021 01:22:10 UTC:
    @ericfradella @davidspringate T'would certainly be an interesting piece to have... :)
  • Jan 04, 2021 05:50:14 UTC:
    @ONESTARv2 @robinhoodie Xbox and GC cross-play is a goal, but until everything is finalized I can't say for sure that it will work. My suspicion is that it will without too much trouble (as it seems to so far, anyway). 2/2
  • Jan 04, 2021 05:49:22 UTC:
    @ONESTARv2 @robinhoodie Xbox voice chat is actually Peer-to-peer, as far as I know. There shouldn't be much (other than filling in IP addresses in packets) that the server needs to do to support it, in theory. 1/2
  • Dec 23, 2020 19:48:54 UTC:
    @robinhoodie There are adapters available to plug a USB keyboard into one of the Xbox controller ports. They should "just work" once everything is ready, in theory (I haven't tested this just yet).
 
 
 
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9 Years

It has been 9 years since I publicly announced/released Sylverant as of today, which also means it has been 19 years since the release of the Dreamcast in the US. While I regret how quiet I’ve been around here lately, the relative quiet certainly doesn’t mean that there hasn’t been stuff done.

For instance (for those who don’t pay attention on twitter), after a bit of a false start, I’ve rolled out online runtime patching of PSO version 2 for the Dreamcast and PSO Episode I & II for the Gamecube. There’s still more work to be done with that particular feature, but it’s still functional and available to bring some interesting and useful patches to Dreamcast and Gamecube users (at least those not using PSO Episode I & II Plus).

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