Tag Archives: Phantasy Star II
Thu, Jun 11, 2009 | 15:27 BST
Xbox Live Marketplace’s update is pretty massive today.
Some you may already know about, some you may not.
Here it is anyway.
- Sega Genesis classics: Altered Beast, Comix Zone, Gunstar Heroes, Phantasy Star II, Shinobi, Sonic The Hedgehog 3 – 400 MS Points each ($5.00)
- Call of Duty: World at War: Map Pack 2 – 800 MS Points ($10.00)
- Burnout Paradise Big Surf Island – 1000 MS Points ($12.50)
- Burnout Paradise 1.9 – Free
- Saints Row 2: The Unkut Pack – Free (Gold Members Only)
- Lips: “Shake The World” – Free
- Dyntasy Warriors: GUNDAMN 2: Additional Missions 07-10 – Free
- Sonic Unleashed: Empire City & Adabat Adventure Pack – 250 MS Points ($3.12)
- Guitar Hero: World Tour: European Track Pack 06 – 440 MS Points ($5.50)
- Guitar Hero: World Tour: “The Bitter End” by Placebo – 160 MS Points ($2.00)
- Guitar Hero: World Tour: “Adrenalina” by Finley – 160 Ms Points ($2.00)
- Guitar Hero: World Tour: “Cadillac Solitario” by Loquillo y Trogloditas – 160 Ms POints ($2.00)
- Call of Duty: World at War: Zombie Swamp Premium Theme – 240 MS Points ($3.00)
Details for each are after the break, courtesy of Console Monster.
Mon, Feb 18, 2008 | 14:50 GMT
So says this. Info and cost below. No word on whether or not these are coming to Europe as well.
- Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom (NES, 1 player, 500 Wii Points): We’d be more inclined to watch daytime television if network soap operas took a page from Tecmo and filled their stories with ninjas, demons, and trans-dimensional clones. While Ryu Hayabusa’s 8-bit escapades may be lacking the over-the-top gore found in the series’ more contemporary offerings, we doubt even the upcoming Ninja Gaiden II will have a ‘ship of doom.’
- Phantasy Star II (Sega Genesis, 1 player, 800 Wii Points): While Phantasy Star is better known now for its multiplayer shenanigans and a story thin enough to be named Top Model, the franchise’s single player roots continue to be home to some of our most fondly-remembered role-playing from days when pixels were king. It’s true that some could argue that Phantasy Star IV tops out its brothers as the series’ best bet, but we’ll always have a special place in our hearts for Phantasy Star II and Nei’s cosmetically-challenged ears.