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Phantasy Star Online 2 Review
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The Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta gone from strength-to-strength as it is rolled out throughout the globe from Japan over the last six months or so. A substantial part of the community were waiting for the Steam release, provided that it quickly drew nearly 20,000 players. Some incentives have been running since August 19, to end on August 26, providing double XP, double rare thing drops, double infrequent enemy spawns, and coupons for 100,000 XP at login each day.

Obviously being liberated helps, but Phantasy Star Online 2's cross-platform accessibility's no doubt attracted in a considerable amount. It's available on several platforms -- Steam, Windows Store, and Xbox One -- also it has cross-progression, which you may find detailed here, which means that your accounts and stats can follow you wherever you play. A standalone expansion for Phantasy Star Online 2, New Genesis: Phantasy Star Online 2, is currently in the pipeline for 2021. It is possible to find PSO2 on Steam here, and we've got a listing of the best anime games if you would like more of a comparable texture and aesthetic.

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Phantasy Star Online 2 Review

Eight years is a long time to wait for a match to finally get ported from Japan to America. We've seen games get remastered for a completely new generation of console hardware in significantly less time. While its unique new anime-style flair and pulse-pounding gameplay are far from everything you'd expect in a typical online game, PSO2's amazing battle system, rewarding cheap PSO2 Meseta progression, and enthusiastic community prove it was largely worth the wait.
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