Phantasy Star Online 2 PS Vita Sales Exceed 1.5 Million Downloads

The title has not yet landed in the West.

Phantasy Star Online 2

SEGA has announced that the total download number of the PS Vita version of Phantasy Star Online 2 has reached and exceeded 1.5 million.

To celebrate the achievement of this achievement, the company will hold a special “PS Vita Version 1.5 Million Download Commemoration Campaign” from the end of January.

All details, including the contents of the event and the two official dates, will be announced soon on the pages of the Phantasy Star Online 2 Players website.

Recall that Phantasy Star Online 2 was initially launched for Windows PC in July 2012, followed by an edition for PS Vita in February 2013 and PlayStation 4 in April 2016. The last episode, “Episode 5”, started last 26th July.


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  • Nor will it ever land in the west. Even if it did, the game relies so heavily on collaborations and cross promotions for so much content, that we’d only be getting shreds of the game. It would be a pale imitation and Sega has no desire to fully support games like this outside of Japan. The western version would be a mess and a sad copy so far behind the Japanese version. No one who plays via Tweaker would switch.

    What Sega should do is simply open the Japanese game up to other regions. Provide a means to register and pay. It would require much less work. But they simply don’t want to. They’d rather release this game on a Japanese washing machine if it meant squeezing in three more Japanese players, than do anything to welcome thousands of paying Americans and Europeans.

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