Reviews and Problems with Phantasy Star Portable 2
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If you like the Monster Hunter series
Charles W Andrews, Amazon
7 January 2016
Summary: Burned a lot of hours in this game. If you like the Monster Hunter series, it's worth checking out. It rehashes some of the monsters from the previous Phantasy Start Portable game, but it refreshes the Tech (Magic) system in ways I found very favorable, and had enough new content to keep me...
Summary: I love the Phantasy Star games, and ESPECIALLY the Phantasy Star Universe games. This game is different, however, than the original Phantasy Star Universe, and Phantasy Star Portable. I love the fact that they brought some of the elements from Phantasy Star Online to the PSU series.
Summary: This game is great and is a must have for ps fans. Although im new to the series, I instantly fell in love with it. Now i played PSU online for about a month (due to the dumb fee of 10$) and it was fantastic. This is all of that but better! Online is really fun and there is TONS of weapons and loot.
Summary: I will admit that PSU was a fun MMO and it was unfortunate that it really didn't take off with more updates and stuff...But for all of us PSU fans, we are in luck! PSP2 is pretty much a FREE version of PSU but BETTER! Of course there are some differences...
Summary: PSP2i is basically an expansion to the the original release. But in a way, its also a sequel. You get the original PSP2 & Infinity. A new a race is added, tons of new missions, areas, weapons, & monsters, plus a whole campaign or story or whatever you guys wanna call it.
Summary: I have no idea why sega did not bring this such good game oversea i know previous portable 2 was not a good result that probably, people are waiting for this. oh well, as long as i am holding this game.
Pros: Online play! Classic PSO levels embedded! This game takes the improvements (yeah, there were a couple) of PSU, and all of the awesomeness of PSO to make the game better than ever. Seriously, this is the real deal sequel to PSO. Oh, and the online play is FREE!
Cons: The PSP doesn't support Ad-Hoc connections (to non-PSPs), so I can't use my phone's hot spot for WiFi. This isn't an issue with the game though... :(