Phantasy Star Portable 2 PSP
The player starts by designing and customizing his or her own character by choosing facial features, gender, body and vocal features. Though much of the gameplay features will be similar to its predecessor, there will be some notable differences. Photon Points are no longer attached to weapons, but characters instead. Photon Charges have also been removed from the game.
Phantasy Star Portable 2 PSP
Portable 2 is set three years after the events of Universe and focuses on the exploits of a freelance mercenary organisation called Little Wing. So rather than retread the traditional GUARDIANS career path, Portable 2 has your character start as a lowly grunt aboard the Clad 6 space colony.
The player starts by designing and customizing his or her own character by choosing facial features, gender, body and vocal features. Though much of the gameplay features will be similar to its predecessor, there will be some notable differences. Photon Points are no longer attached to weapons, but characters instead. Photon Charges have also been removed from the game. The player will battle in a 3D environment with a third person screen with 3 players to be with or without. Missions are divided into 5, Open missions, Story missions, Tactical missions, Challenge missions, and trade missions (Story and Challenge missions may interchange depending on which mode do you play). Most of the game's missions contain an gate that requires you to get an "I.D" for it by such contditions like clearing all monsters in a certain area. There are 3 game modes, Story, Multiplayer, or Online Multiplayer.Story progresses the player on the story after three years passed after the events fo Phantasy star universe, Multiplayer mode connects you with another players nearby via Ad Hoc, and the Online multiplayer mode connects with players in remote distance via Wireless Fidelity.
The offline storymode is the best way to grind if you don't feel like joining other players, even if it's boring. The story is incredible simple, where you're taken care of by a freelancing military group made up of all the classic roleplaying stereotypes. Mysterious abilities, a looming threat and general despair do their best to spice things up, but it's all so predictable it's hard to really care. A nice detail is that you can import your character from Phantasy Star Portable, even if you have to leave all your weapons and your levels behind and start from scratch again.
With new challenges and classics returning, special server events planned, and downloadable content available all on the PSP, I strongly believe that this is the future of the Phantasy Star series, and online portable gaming as a whole. With all of the new additions and changes, many players such as myself will once again get lost in the virtual world, trying to hunt that special rare item and meeting new friends on the journey. 041b061a72