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The only difference are the collabs? or are there mechanical differences or even monsters stats differences?


How many collabs does Japan version have?

Edit: I apologize for any offense caused, I didn't not meant to use any derrogative term.

Sad
They have much more events, frequent updates, and free stones. If you can read and understand the version there really is no reason not to play it. With GungHo US you're literally put on a leash as far as new content goes.

I don't have the exact numbers for collabs, but lets just say we've only seen 2 so far. And JP has had tons.

Monsters are the same pretty much, other than them getting the updates much more frequently.

That being said, PAD US has seen worse days, right now it is pretty decent.
Also from what I've heard, japan gets events a lot more often too
KorPAD has it the best
Don't imagine things, EN has same event (duration, frequency) as JP, update is also at a similar rate, just 1 patch behind. Jp has free stone sometimes from their live stream/real life event.

descends rate is somewhat lagging but supposedly if they release Zeus Dios / Satan tomorrow, not like a large population can clear it. Make sure you roll your Ra next godfes lol.

playing on US is pretty cool, you have the data to prepare for next big dungeon months before. JP you walk in blind or leaked data a day or 2 before release, much harder to prepare a team.
how hard is it to ad an AN to JAP? It's 2 more letters..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jap
(07-17-2013 02:32 AM)wtfuj Wrote: [ -> ]how hard is it to ad an AN to JAP? It's 2 more letters..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jap


No offence, but get a tougher skin or get over it.
It's the internet you should be glad people are inadvertently, not purposefully being rude.

This is literally the only video game board I've ever visited / used that's not an overwhelming majority of jerks and racist douche-bags.
On the contrary, practically everyone here is extremely nice and helpful.

"how hard is it to add 2 letters?"
My response, "how hard is it to just let it go?" (especially when it's not a intentional insult)

The answer is they are equally easy; but you have control over yourself, not over others.....
And yes, I should have just let this go rather than making a comment.
/Rant over.
Or just call it JP and everyone will be fine with it.
(07-17-2013 02:48 AM)DrammaLamma Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-17-2013 02:32 AM)wtfuj Wrote: [ -> ]how hard is it to ad an AN to JAP? It's 2 more letters..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jap


No offence, but get a tougher skin or get over it.
It's the internet you should be glad people are inadvertently, not purposefully being rude.

This is literally the only video game board I've ever visited / used that's not an overwhelming majority of jerks and racist douche-bags.
On the contrary, practically everyone here is extremely nice and helpful.

"how hard is it to add 2 letters?"
My response, "how hard is it to just let it go?" (especially when it's not a intentional insult)

The answer is they are equally easy; but you have control over yourself, not over others.....
And yes, I should have just let this go rather than making a comment.
/Rant over.

I'm not here to get into a pissing contest and its not about having tough skin. I could careless if someone used that term around me. But it could offend somebody. Just letting the OP know.
To answer your question, the JP version gets many more collabs than the English version- this has been attributed to licensing issues, but we can't be sure if this is the case in actuality since GungHo has not said anything about it.

There seems to be more free stone giveaways, but I have only been playing the JP version for two weeks so I'm not entirely sure. It doesn't tnecessarily have more events though.


As for using the word "jap", I understand that many people are unaware of this term being used a racial slur. I do not expect people to know its history if they aren't American and/ or a history buff on World War II. I am a Japanese-American and I do not like that word much myself, but I understand that most people mean no offense through its use. I know some Japanese-American may take offense though, thus I believe that educating the general population about the term's history is the best way to stop it from being used.
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