Phantasy Star Universe
Phantasy Star Universe is dead. After the PS2 and PC servers were shut down two years, players have been enjoying the Xbox 360 version of the game. Unfortunately, that has now been closed, meaning the title is no more.
Phantasy Star Universe headlines
Sega’s announced the online servers for PC and PS2 versions of Phantasy Star Universe will close in March.
Phantasy Star Universe Portable’s still lording over Japanese software sales, with Fire Emblem on DS punching up quickly into second place. Story of the week, though, has to be 360-exclusive Tales of Vesperia, with 108,000 units sold. The hardware figures are going to be worth watching this week. Week ending August 10. Last week’s here. […]
PSP’s still going strong in Japan, it seems, with Phantasy Star Universe going top in its first week in the charts. If you look close enough, you’ll see that there’s a 360 title thrown in there too: Soul Calibur IV to be precise. Nintendo however, still has an iron grip on the scene, making up […]
British firm Avanquest has announced a furthering of a deal with Sega that will see Phantasy Star Universe, Virtual Tennis, Sega Rally and Medieval 2: Total War released (again) for PC in the UK. The company already distributes a bunch of old Sega games in Britain, including Sonic Mega Collection and Rome: Total War. The […]