In a cruel joke on most western fans, yet another version of Phantasy Star Online 2 is coming to Japan soon. This time it's for Nintendo Switch, which will be getting the free-to-play Phantasy Star Online 2: Cloud streaming version in spring 2018. Read on for more.
Gravity Rush 2 was shown off during a live concert at the Sony Interactive Entertainment booth during Tokyo Game Show 2016. While the game was being shown off by producer Keiichiro Toyama, it was revealed the game's map would be a lot larger than its predecessor, which was pretty impressive. Hit the jump for more info!
In her inevitable evolution from popular enka singer into full-blown video game character, Sachiko Kobayashi is teaming up with indie composer / Phantasy Star Online 2 enthusiast Beat Mario in an in-game collaboration that kicks off in August of 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.
Fantasy meets Phantasy in an upcoming collaboration between Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward and Phantasy Star Online 2. The former will be invading the latter as Odin enters PSO2 as a boss this summer along with other crossover fun, like Miqo'te outfits and more. Hit the jump for a video announcement.
Last month Sega announced plans to bring Phantasy Star Online 2 to PlayStation 4 in Japan this spring, while those of us in the west just kind of sat around twiddling our thumbs. That aspect isn't going to change any time soon, but Sega did follow up with a concrete release date. Service will officially kick off in Japan on April 20, with the closed beta set to run from February 25 to March 6. More after the jump.