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Phantasy Star Online Version 2
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Description

Phantasy Star Online Version 2 is the add-on disc for the hugely successful Phantasy Star Online game. With Version 2 you get two new levels, tons of new rare items, a much anticipated battle mode, plus a 12 player soccer lobby game! Youre able to carry over all your favorite characters from the original game, and with PSO Ver. 2's new difficulty settings can reach previously unattainable levels of up to 200!

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Final Glimpse
Written by Ryan Smotherman on 08/01/01
The new levels and modes of play will probably make this a must purchase for the hardcore Phantasy Star Online players. But we'll have to wait till September to see if the upgrade is right for the casual player.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Dreamcast
PUBLISHER:
Sega
DEVELOPER:
Sonic Team
GENRE: RPG
PLAYERS:   1-4
RELEASE DATE:
September 12, 2001
ESRB RATING:
Teen
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