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Phantasy Star Online Version 2 (Dreamcast)

by SEGA
Platform : Sega Dreamcast
5 customer reviews

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  • Challenge Mode lets you test your endurance
  • Battle Mode allows player vs player combat
  • Real-time combat against new, more powerful monsters
  • New rare items, day and night level effects and the Ultimate Difficulty Mode
  • Create your own character, or use an existing one, and try to reach Level 200!
  • Lobby Ball for up to 12 players (online)
  • Revolutionary communication and time systems eliminate the barriers of language and geography

Game Information

  • Platform: Sega Dreamcast
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 11
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B00005N9UM
  • Release Date: 1 Mar. 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 84,700 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Manufacturer's Description

The realm of Phantasy Star Online has increased. Phantasy Star Online Version 2 includes all of the original content from Phantasy Star Online and expands the world with more levels, more features and more evil to combat. Experience the Phantasy Star universe in several new ways, such as with the infinite Challenge Mode. Play with your existing character or create a new one as you strive to reach level 200. You'll need all the levels you can get if you want to master the Ultimate Difficulty setting. Players from around the globe can now compete in Battle Mode as they take each other on in deathmatch-style combat. Play Lobby Ball with up to 12 players while you chat and get a game going. Discover new and more powerful monsters, unearth rare items and experience the passing of time as day turns into night in this persistent online world. Phantasy Star Online Version 2 continues the evolution of the original revolutionary gaming experience.

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Eren Baykal (erenbkl@hotmail.com) on 8 April 2002
Phantasy Star Online Version 2 is definitely not a sequel, it’s an update but it has great new features! Dream Arena 3 comes with it, which allows you to use any ISP to play online so if you are already paying for a good ISP then it’s virtually free to play online! The ultimate mode, battle mode and challenge mode gives a much greater challenge and many more hours of gameplay and the good thing is you don’t have to worry about losing any items on challenge and battle! You can finally feel equality playing all at the same level with set weapons on challenge mode! I wouldn’t have thought it, but the battle mode works incredibly well (although I’m a failure at it)! Also, I have to mention how great the spaceship battle music is, Tricktrack!
Despite the fantastic new modes, since the 2nd version has everything the first version has and a bit more, it’s almost not worth the money, but if you’ve anticipated its arrival like me or you haven’t played the first version and want to play it from the beginning with all the new features, you’ve got to get it!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 Dec. 2001
New modes increase the longevity of an already evolutionary game. The online playability can rack up one hell of a phone bill, and you can find that the total amount of hours that you would have played this game, upon completion, will be somewhere around a week. Which makes the game worthy of any console. The graphics are excellent, the controls are intuitive and well thought out, as with the original. The new modes are fun, but are they really worth it if you have the original? For die-hard PSO (Phantasy Star Online) enthuasiasts then this is a must-have, but for the rest then this is just new shoes on old feet. How far can this game walk on its new shoes?
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Campbell on 25 Mar. 2002
Being a BIG fan of the original Phantasy Star Online, I was over the moon when I heard about the second version. I bought it the moment it came out, and I wasn't disappointed! The ability to get to Lv.200 is incredible, and the new Ultimate difficulty level is indeed a challange! I haven't yet encountered the new Ver.2 rare items as yet, but I have indeed heard a lot about them.
Conclusively, I would like to say that this game won't convert PSO haters, but if you are a fan, it is well worth your money!
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 Mar. 2002
Well what can I say, jobs a good'un. PSO was for me a classic game, I logged up 200 hours of play-time with just one character (Entropy, hunter dressed in black with purple hair and has a habit of saying "Your ass is grass... ...and I'm the lawnmower!" if anyone reading this finds me online) and enjoyed every minute of it.
But now we have version 2 which has injected a new lease of life into this game, sort of. The updates are nice, new monsters, new items, new weapons (bunch of flowers and a games mag?!?!), new online play modes which have new levels. But... there have been too many PK'ers, weapon thieves and item dupes in the past which has now resulted in people not trusting each other and lots and lots of locked games online. This is sad and not what PSO should be about. Sega have tried their best but where there's a will, there's a way and people like to be complete to$$ers and cheat and generally be idiots.
Still, find some people that are fun, friendly and trustworthy and this game is excellent!!! It's just a shame that most people would have owned this game a long time before anyone buying the UK version, I found playing on-line was like being a level 1 character again... nice!
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Flynn on 10 July 2002
I must admit to being a big fan of the original PSO, but this is just cheeky. who (or what) do SEGA think we are? [this] is basically an expansion pack!! admittedly you don't have to have the original, but if you have, it's really not worth forking out the dosh for this mediocre upgrade.
So the controls have been tweaked slightly, as have the visuals, but it's still exactly the same game - albiet a few changes to the general gameplay.
If you've got the original, definitely leave this well alone, unless your a die-hard fan. if your a first timer, however, there's plenty of reason for you to give this a go - but plenty of reasons not to as well.
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