Summary: I personally like the series for the mmo-style game that you can play both offline and online and now u can play online either with friends or strangers on the nintendo wfc. It's also cool that you can use the visual chat style to draw or write to friends online. The storyline is also good with anime sequences. I can recommend this to those who like Action RPG whether a fan of the series or those new who wanna jump into the hack n' slash genre.
Summary: I conflicted that what should buy phantasy star psp or phantasy star 0. finally, I bought phantasy star 0. After playing 10 hour, I think I do well. but U shouln't look forward to good graphic than phantasy star psp.
Summary: If you've played the original on the Dreamcast, this game would be a real nostalgic kick to you. It expands upon the original formula and keeps everything you loved intact at the same time. The online component works great and feels just like playing PSO with your friends back on the Dreamcast, Gamecube, XBox or PC. If you loved PSO in the past and think it would be really awesome to be able to play a game like it anywhere, then this game is for you.
Summary: Well, not exactly massively multiplayed, but with the option to play with just about anyone who's online on the Nintendo WFC, not just with your friends, it's as close to being an MMORPG as any game on DS would ever be. The only thing lacking from it being a full-fledged MMORPG is periodic story updates, which SEGA has promised in the form of downloadable contents exclusive to the DS. We'll just have to wait and see..
Summary: First of all, if you just want greater graphic, you should go wait for Phantasy Star Portable 2 on PSP or play previous ones (also on PSP). The key of the game relies on its multiplayer quest. Playing it with friends is much fun. And exchange written message with them makes more sense of its usability than playing it by yourself.
Summary: Sega’s Phantasy Star series has had many forms. It’s been an old-school turn-based RPG, a brief comic series, and even a card battle game, but it’s garnered the most acclaim as an action RPG. For almost a decade now, gamers have played the life out of 2000’s Phantasy Star Online, and some have have moved up to it’s 2006 sequel, Phantasy Star Universe.
Summary: Phantasy Star Online basically consists of creating a character, going out into the battlefield and killing lots of hostile creatures, making you stronger and giving you better weapons and items to help defeat more hostile creatures. It is, however, guilty of turning something which sounds so boring in words into a ridiculously fun experience.