SEGA has announced that the latest entry in the Phantasy Star Online 2 universe, Phantasy Star Online 2: NEW GENESIS, will be coming to the PC in 2021. The new game will be combined with the base version of PSO2, so NEW GENESIS will share a playerbase with the rest of the game. With newly
Sega has announced today that their newest Western ported MMORPG, Phantasy Star Online 2 will be making the jump to PC in full. We all knew this was coming, we just had to know when. It turns out that the PC port of Phantasy Star Online 2 will jump onto the platform on May 27.
Phantasy Star Online 2 has been online for some time in Japan. And after a few years of waiting, SEGA’s Phantasy Star Online 2 has finally come West. The game is free-to-play on the console, and can be downloaded now via the Microsoft store, either via PC or on the console itself. With four different
Fans of Phantasy Star Online 2 got some good news this week as there’s been a reveal that the game will be coming to the west, and it won’t be locked to just those players. According to the game’s North American Twitter account, there are no plans to keep players or the game locked to
The original game in the PSO franchise was quite fun for the simple sci-fi MMO that it was. The game pushed the Dreamcast to new heights by bringing online multiplayer to the forefront for that console generation. It also helped spawn one of my personal favorite Xbox 360 title, Phantasy Star Universe. And now, the
I remember spending a lot of time on Phantasy Star Online during the Dreamcast days. It was one of the first MMOs that I ever spent any serious time with. And for many, myself included, it managed to kindle a passion for MMOs. So it’s with great glee that many fans are excited to know
Microsoft has been front loading a lot of news into their E3 2019 press conference, now fans of a particular JRPG franchise that goes back decades have something to be excited about. That’s because the iconic Phantasy Star is getting a new game, well it’s actually a localization, but it’s still really cool. During the
The previous game Phantasy Star Universe on the Xbox 360 was a game I spent a fair amount of time with years ago. PSU definitely had it’s issues with grinding, extremely easy and linear gameplay, and a somewhat uninteresting story. Despite all that, I still loved it. This week Sega that Phantasy Star Online 2