In a follow-up to one of the year’s more surprising announcements, Sega has begun accepting sign-ups for the closed beta of Phantasy Star Online 2’s North American release. Those looking to participate will first need to sign up for the Xbox Insider Program.
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Chris got kicked off his own show this week to make room for a panel full to bursting with #JRPGJuly updates! Some are playing new games, some are playing old games, but let’s face it – everyone will be playing Fire Emblem next week.
In perhaps the most surprising reveal of the Xbox E3 Briefing, Sega announced that Phantasy Star Online 2 is finally coming to North America. At present, the game is only confirmed for Xbox One and is not confirmed for Europe.
Sam Wachter takes a trip down memory lane as she recounts her inability to complete Phantasy Star as a child. Twenty years later, she finds success and completion with the Sega Ages edition for the Nintendo Switch.
The very first Phantasy Star game is now available on Switch. RPGamers can now easily check out the classic title, originally released on the Sega Master System.
After it was released in Japan at the end of October, a date has been set for Phantasy Star’s arrival on Switch in North America and Europe. The classic title will be arriving next month.
Coming packed with 50 games, the Sega Genesis Classics is coming to the Switch this winter. RPGamers will have at a few vintage titles to look forward to play.
Sega has announced a Japanese release window for Sega Ages: Phantasy Star. The classic RPG will relaunch in September on the Nintendo Switch.
Phantasy Star recently celebrated its thirtieth anniversary and Sega has followed it up with a new announcement for the series. Given recent trends, it’s not too surprising that said announcement is a free-to-play smartphone title.
Take a trip to the Algo system, and pack plenty of Meseta in case the Motavian tourist traps raise their prices. Alis, Rolf, Rhys, and...