Summary: Being a long time fan of the phantasy star action RPG's I took a look at this game and I immediately thought this was gunna be great and boy was it. The story is pretty neat for a Phantasy Star game. I haven't tried the multiplayer myself but am told It's really awesome. It feels quite a bit like the original Phantasy Star with some new mechanics mixed in.
Summary: From the very start i loved this game. It has a great story mode that is a little wordy at times, but is still really fun. I do like how PSzero is similar but different from pso. The game play is very close with a few tweaks. The mag system can be used more often and mags can be given any item (not just support items). If you loved PSO then PSzero is definitely worth the time and money i spent on it. I would recommend.
Summary: Let me just start by saying I am one of the biggest and long time players of the Phantasy Star Online series (from Dreamcast on), and that may have helped in my decision and review. I got this game hoping it would be just like the Phantasy Star Online series rather than leaning towards the Universe series (which I also loved and played endlessly, but just wasn't the same.
Summary: I've been putting off this purchase for awhile since sega has repeatedly shown it's inability to properly manage their Phantasy star... whatevers. But I did some reading over at pso world about it. And could not fight the urge to get it. In short, is it worth it? Yes it is. The story: The setting pretty good although the execution pretty standard. You'll find yourself chuckling to yourself but you won't find the story all that riveting. Characters take standard roles.
Do you miss the good old days of Phantasy Star Online? They're back, only smaller!
Shaun Cooley, Amazon
12 July 2010
Summary: Back in the early 2000's, Sega released Phantasy Star Online for the Dreamcast, and it was met with great critical praise. The concept was relatively simple: kill things, get loot, kill more things, get more loot, etc. Of course, the higher level you got, the bigger the things you could kill, and the better the loot you would receive as a reward. And it was addicting. VERY addicting. And the best part was you could play it online with up to three other people for free.
A worthy successor to the Phantasy Star Online legacy
Martin McGuire, Amazon
15 April 2010
Summary: As a gamer who played the original Phantasy Star Online for the Dreamcast, GameCube and eventually PC, as much as I enjoyed Phantasy Star Universe, it just felt like something was missing. Phantasy Star 0 takes a number of improvements made in PSU and applies them in what is essentially a callback to the original PSO. With the ability to play single player, local multiplayer or even online multiplayer (for free!
Summary: I was so excited to find about this game on Amazon! It was severely unadvertised! This game goes back to the roots of Phantasy Star Online. It's not just another rehash with the same bosses, etc. All new monsters and all new bosses. They also brought back mags! The online is free and also lag-free, but you need to play with friends to make use of the pictochat-type communication feature, otherwise you can only select from certain chat commands, like "Hello!