I'm just curious if the way we're starting is the same or different from how the Japanese started. Apparently the "tabs" are new things implemented by the US team, but I mean more on the lines of does the game play the same way it did at Japanese launch, have any of the cards been changed from how they worked when they first came out in Japan, will we be given access to the same group of cards they had when they first started?
On one hand its important to learn from past mistakes so that we can use the Japanese's experiences, both good and bad, to change the things that in hind sight they would have changed if they could go back and do it again. On the other hand changes can have drastic effects on things like balance that while perhaps superior in the long term could leave us with a very unbalanced game in the short term.
Also speaking of long term, will we be receiving new sets at a faster pace then they did, slowly catching us up to the Japanese? It seems like translating the cards shouldn't take as long as it did for them to create, implement, and balance them. Still there are those who would argue that if you release sets too quickly you over saturate the game and especially "collectors" who try to collect full sets will feel like keeping up with the game is to difficult. My personal opinion is that I'm always for getting the sets in a more timely manner, especially in a case like this where we're behind the japanese and it might be nice some day to catch up to them and be able to have cross country tournaments.
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