Reviews and Problems with Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II
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Phantasy Star Online: Episode 1 & 2
21 July 2004
Conclusion: With its only weak points being Story and Graphics, Phantasy Star Online: Episode I & II blows away all the competition. With great multiplayer capabilities, including online play, PSO is also one of the most revolutionary games currently available for the Nintendo Gamecube.
Excerpt: For the uninitiated, PSO is a departure from Phantasy Star’s roots. The first four installments of the PS series were traditional turn-based RPG fare, with some wicked dungeons and excellent storytelling. PSO replaces the turn-based system with action-based gameplay that can be defined as “hack’n’slash.
Excerpt: Surprisingly addictive. Phantasy Star Online is one of the most addictive games I have ever played. Not only is PSO well planned and thought out, but it offers more modes of play than the original Dreamcast release.
Excerpt: Note : This review was written by a moron that was too cheap to go online (that and the fact all the &*%$#*@ adapters were sold out) and play it. So he had to opt out and go for the less-than-perfect split screen option with his smelly, fat, and hairy, best friend. Despite my first reaction to the title name sounding like a porn star simulator, Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II is a great game.