Nearly four years ago, Sega announced Phantasy Star Online 2 for western release. That still hasn’t happened. But at least we’re getting the anime?
Do you read the end user license agreements for software? No? You should. Sometimes they say important things. Like not to build nukes.
Phantasy Star Online 2 is coming to the PS4 next year in Japan. The PS4 version will be playable at next month’s Tokyo Game Show. The game was first released in Japan on PC back in 2012.
Phantasy Star Online 2 is being turned into a TV anime series. What’s it going to be called? Why, Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation. Clever!
While I wouldn't go as far as calling Destiny and Phantasy Star Online the same game, this lovely chart from Redditor KytorIndustries makes a compelling argument that they pretty much are.
Phantasy Star Online 2 is currently unavailable to play in Japan due to an ongoing DDoS attack, according to an official statement released by Sega (translated by PSUBlog here). Sega plans to compensate players for the downtime, and promises to release a follow-up report on Monday.
In July of 2012, Sega announced plans to bring the popular multiplayer RPG Phantasy Star Online 2 to the west in "early 2013." But that still hasn't happened, much to fans' consternation—and Sega won't explain a thing.
Earlier today, Sega launched a new Phantasy Star Online 2 update for the PC version. New areas! New bosses! New quests! Sounds great, huh? It also brought new headaches.
Yesterday, we got an e-mail from a Kotaku reader named Jacob. He said he was bummed out. See, he really wants to play Phantasy Star Online 2, the free-to-play online RPG that was released in Japan last year, but he can't, because it's not out in the West, and publisher Sega hasn't told anyone what's going on.
Ack! With this new horrifying glitch, Phantasy Star Online 2 has discovered a new level of hell. Character skins can accidentally change... for the worse. The much, much worse. *shudder*
Sega's online action role-playing game Phantasy Star Online 2
is, currently, only confirmed for Japan and only for Windows PCs. And although we may have been burned by past Phantasy Star games, the next PSO has me extremely hopeful.
RAcaseal, the female android from Sega's Phantasy Star Online, is getting memorialized in plastic.
In June, Kotobukiya will be releasing this figure based on Eleanor from Phantasy Star Online. She'll sell for USD$35.
We're not sure why toy maker Kotobukiya is releasing a figure based on Phantasy Star Online now, but we're not complaining. Who doesn't love PSO and would want a little robot maiden to remember all the good times?