Phantasy Star 2 was the first Phantasy star I played and I was hooked right away. It is confusing at times but still fun in my honest opinion. I have come close to defeating it when I first owned it, but I never got back to it. I love that I can play it here and can have fun with it again. The game is not that difficult, well at least not to me anyways. . I highly recommend this game for RPGers that want a slight challenge.
I first played phantasy star II to IV on a sega collection on PS2. The only title I beat was part IV. But I liked the story and how every part is slightly different in gameplay an battle. This one is really pretty hard, especially at first. I recommend patience in leveling up an equipping.
This game's old, but for it's age it is made with much effort.
This is actually the only Phantasy Star game I have played. I got a Sega Smash Pac Vol 1 for Dreamcast, and this was one of the games on it. I got pretty far, but my Dreamcast broke. I got another one about a year ago after 3-4 years, and I haven't picked this up again yet. This reminded me to.
If the review is around 70 words or so then that would be acceptable, if the review is describing the game well enough.
This does sound like it's more of discussing the game than reviewing it. If you want to edit this to make it more descriptive of the game then I'll leave it as a review. I'll have to move it to the Retro Game Discussion forum for now.
tRIUNE : Ok that is why I did not go all flames of hell on the review because I was not sure if this counted. It is fairly close to a review but I wanted to make sure that you saw that it was here. I also did want to know the exact rule because it seems to change sometimes.
There isn't a set rule for the reviews to be 100 words but they should be descriptive, that way then they'll already be somewhere around 70 words. Basically the mods of the reviews forum just use their own discretion in what is a review or not.
tRIUNE : I figured. I could see some reviews that were a bit over 100 words but still moved or closed typically because they were not that great of a review. I understand why that happens now. Thanks for the answer!