The first online RPG to ever grace home video game consoles. Developed by SEGA's Sonic Team in 1999 for the Sega Dreamcast and later Nintendo's Gamecube and Microsoft's XBOX, the game revolutionized online console play by introducing a chat program across multiple continents and languages as well as having the most addictive gameplay ever seen on a system other than PC's. A sequel entitled Phantasy Star Universe is under developement to be released in 2005.
Phantasy Star Online is an addicting game!
The most recent addition to a Sega
game series known as Phantasy Star. Many uninformed Sega fans claim that this game "revolutionized" online gaming but they would be wrong as it was neither the first online game nor the first online RPG. Its impossible to ignore the fact that online gaming was popular on the PC years before the Dreamcast was ever invented.
Its impossible to have revolutionized anything by doing the same thing someone else already did years before you. Its even more impossible when they did it even better.
More addicting that crack, and a place for ugly teenagers to masturbate.
No girl's like me in my real life Ill buy this game and talk shit.And hit on girls and say Im a model, but in real I couldnt get laid in a morgue.
an online community. kids join this to have kiddie-sex (cyber sex, a pathetic form of masturbation where two people type to each other what they would do to each other if they were mature enough to have real sex, or they're just really sad people/butt-ugly people, who get off to text).
otherwise a place where people can obtain a false popularity by being a sell-out.
I'm just a loser in real life, so I think I'll pick up a copy of PhantasyStarOnline. I can be popular there and everyone will love me.