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Phantasy Star Online

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    9.6 9.6 from 60 reviewers
  • Expert Score (15)
    8.9 8.9 from 15 reviewers
  • Gameplay (14)
    9.1 9.1 from 14 reviewers
  • Graphics (9)
    9.2 9.2 from 9 reviewers
  • Sound (9)
    8.5 8.5 from 9 reviewers
  • Multiplayer (2)
    9.9 9.9 from 2 reviewers
  • Lastability (8)
    9.6 9.6 from 8 reviewers
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Phantasy Star Online

Phantasy Star Online is an action role playing video game developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega. The Phantasy Star Online titles are a sub-series of Sega's Phantasy Star series of games that began in 1987. It was released on November 21, 2000 in Japan; January 29, 2001 in North America; and February 23, 2001 in Europe. It enables both single player multiplayer modes. It is rated as E (Everyone) by ESRB.

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Phantasy Star Online allows players to chat via a com…

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Phantasy Star Online

Phantasy Star Online is an action role playing video game developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega. The Phantasy Star Online titles are a sub-series of Sega's Phantasy Star series of games that began in 1987. It was released on November 21, 2000 in Japan; January 29, 2001 in North America; and February 23, 2001 in Europe. It enables both single player multiplayer modes. It is rated as E (Everyone) by ESRB.

Features

Phantasy Star Online allows players to chat via a combination of direct 2-line text entry, Symbol Chat and Word Select. Phantasy Star Online servers support international co-operative play, the Symbol Chat and Word Select features encouraged players to attempt communication with others, regardless of language. There are two modes available; offline mode and online mode. Offline mode requires a player or group of players fight through a number of levels spread over four distinct areas. Each area has a boss at the end. The four areas are (in this order) the forest, the caves, the mines, and the ruins. Meanwhile, as for Online mode, instead of having the final boss be defeated in order to select a higher difficulty, there is a specific minimum experience level required to join or create a game. (eg. Players may not join or create an Ultimate game unless they have already attained Level 80) Blue Burst changes this up a bit by having level requirements set not only by difficulty, but by episode as well.

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