Friday Sep 5
Computer And Video Games
Phantasy Star Online 2 still planned for Western release, says Sega
The free-to-play online game has proved popular in Japan since its 2012 release, surpassing some 3.5 million registered users across PC, PS Vita and mobile as of July 2014. Despite lagging two years behind the Far East, Sega insisted on Twitter Wednesday that a Western release for the title is still planned.
Virtual On Fei-Yen Model 2014 from Phantasy Star Online 2
Phantasy Star Online 2 is adding a ton of cool new alternate skins for players including several Virtuaroids from Virtual On! Hasegawa is re-releasing their 1/100 scale Fei Yen with new decals to reflect this 2014 version.
English version of Phantasy Star Online 2 launches in Asia
With no confirmation of plans for a North American release of Phantasy Star Online 2 , it'd be understandable if fans are frustrated by this week's launch of English servers in Southeast Asia, as reported by Siliconera.
Phantasy Star Online 2 for PC Launched in Asia
With a history more than 25 years, PSO2 is the latest and the master series of role playing game that represents SEGA Corporation Asiasoft today announced that the Windows PC version of Phantasy Star Online 2 is now live across six Southeast Asian countries: Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Sega Sammy focuses on free-to-play as packaged game sales slump
Japanese company Sega Sammy reported a mild drop in profits in the last fiscal year compared to its previous year and poor sales of packaged games in its consumer business segment, spurring the company to pour more resources into launching mobile and free-to-play games in the coming year.