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Phantasy Star Portable gets US release date

For those of you in the US eagerly awaiting Sega’s Phantasy Star Portable for PSP, your months of pining are almost at an end. According to Joystiq, the game is slated to be released on March 3. Expanding on the RPG’s 360 version, Phantasy Star Universe, the game will feature four player ad-hoc missions, over […]

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Phantasy Star Portable headlines

  • Phantasy Star Portable gets new DLC

    A new multiplayer mode called Nazokaimei Mission – Mystery Unfolded Mission – for Sony PSP co-op RPG, Phantasy Star Portable, is now available. Nazokaimei requires players to solve the mysterious virus that has seemingly infected a virtual reality training program for the Guardian. Interested? Grab it here. It’s all in Japanese though, remember. Phantasy Star […]

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  • Phantasy Star Portable confirmed for Europe

    Good news from Sega today in the form of a confirmation of a Phantasy Star Portable launch for Europe next spring. The co-op RPG is a PSP-only banana, so this is a great thing for all the number-crunchers out there waiting for something new to fill up their UMD slot. Full thing after the break.

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  • Phantasy Star Portable to launch in the US

    According to this Kotaku report, Phantasy Star Portable is to release in America, a fact apparently announced at TGS. It’s coming out in March. Get ready with the importing, European PSP fans: we’re up for a bit of co-op PSP RPG action if you are. More through the link.

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  • Phantasy Star Portable gets DLC

    Sega has released some downloadable content for Phantasy Star Portable on the PSP. There are two completely new missions and updated items at the weapons badge vendor. You can grab it at the Japanese official site. Thanks Gemaga By Mike Bowden

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  • Sega ships 500,000 Phantasy Star Portable in Japan

    According to this Watch Impress piece, Sega’s now shipped more than 500,000 units of PSP title Phantasy Star Portable in Japan. The game is topping the Japanese chart at the moment, becoming the next big PSP success after the waning of Capcom’s Monster Hunter. Thanks, Kotaku.

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