Team up with an unlikely ensemble of characters to thwart evil spreading across the once-peaceful Algo Star System. Combat mutants and robots, collect a plethora of equipment, and unravel the mystery behind one of the greatest RPGs of all time.
Phantasy Star II joins the SEGA Forever classic games collection, a treasure trove of free SEGA console classics brought to life on mobile for the first time! "
– An epic campaign lasting over 30 hours
– Classic 16-bit turn-based combat
– Battle against the mutants, robots, and other fierce creatures of Mota, Dezo, and Palm
– All manner of weapons to get to grips with, including laser swords, pulse cannons, and fire staves
– Eight playable characters, each with their own unique traits and skills
SEGA FOREVER FEATURES
– PLAY FREE
– SAVE YOUR GAME PROGRESS AT ANYTIME
– CONTROLLER SUPPORT – fully integrated wireless Bluetooth controller support
– OFFLINE PLAY
– GAMES RELEASED EVERY MONTH – download them all!
– "An excellent game that will have you hooked from the first minute to the last – which will be weeks, if not months away." [94%] – SEGA Power #15 (February 1991)
– "A challenging quest packed with gameplay." [90%] – Paul Rigby, Raze Magazine #6 (April 1991)
– "If RPGs are your bag, you couldn't do better." [89%] – Zero #17 (March 1991)
– "There are few Mega Drive titles that can compete with Phantasy Star II in the lasting appeal department." [887/1000] – Eugene Lacey, ACE #37 (October 1990)
– "This is the game that set the standard that all further Mega Drive RPGs had to follow." [88%] – MEGA Gold Summer Special (1993)
– "It's big, it's lovely; it's varied, it's magic. It's Phantasy Star II." [88%] – MEGA #18 (March 1994)
– A remake of the game was made for the PlayStation 2 in Japan, titled Phantasy Star Generation: 2
– Eight Phantasy Star II text adventures were broadcasted to players with a SEGA Meganet subscription in Japan
– The game shipped with a 110-page guide book and map in the US and UK to help guide players through
CLASSIC GAME FACTS
– Originally released in Japan in 1989, with US and European releases following in 1990 and 1991
– The first game to use a 16 Megabit cartridge
– The first 16-bit RPG released in the West
– Programmed by Yuji Naka, creator of Sonic the Hedgehog
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Game apps are ad-supported and no in-app purchases are required to progress; ad-free play option available with in-app purchase.
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|Current Version||1.0.2||Content Rating||USK: All ages|
|File Size||OS Version||4.4 and up|
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