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Video: Phantasy Star Online 2 X Persona Collaboration Trailer

We found out yesterday that SEGA is planning a Persona themed collaboration for Phantasy Star Online 2 on the Nintendo Switch. The interesting collaboration is set to happen this summer and today the company has released a video showcasing the two titles together. Players will be able to participate in the action June.

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  1. As much as I love Phantasy Star I no longer see any point in wasting anymore time on PSO or Sega anymore if you live in the west. Sega know full damn well that the western audience want PSO2 and yet they do everything possible to not only localize the game but are banning any western players who manage to even get the Japanese version running on their system.
    Sega ignores the western audience as every chance they get while trying to shove that piece of shit Sonic franchise down western fans throat at every turn. In my books Sega doesn’t deserve any attention from western gamers and tbh if they refuse to produce any other game other than Sonic crap then they shouldn’t even welcomed in the western game market anymore until they show up with something besides the same old crap like Sonic and their broken nes copying mini rippoff emulators developed by armature 3rd party devs that never work correctly.
    At this point I’m done with Sega and until I see a new Shinobi game co developed by Platinum, a new Streets of Rage game developed by Arc System Works (Guilty Gear series), or a proper Gungrave sequel that doesn’t use that VR crap I will never give that company another chance. Sega has been nothing disappointing for the past 10 years and I’m sick of their BS pr excuses when it comes to western fans of their games!

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      1. This situation runs so much deeper than you can imagine, there are a lot of things holding back a western release. SEGA of America and SEGA of Japan are entirely separate, and the Japanese has already done everything they can for it. Nobody is preventing us in the west from playing their version, it is so easily available to anyone on PC (even PS4 and Switch, though the Switch version will likely have too much lag to be playable here).

        There is nearly 6 years worth of content that would need to be localized, and the process for localization is typically slower than making it in the first place (PSU came to the west only a few months after the Japanese release, but ended up nearly 2 years behind in content at the end). Besides that, there are a number of collaborations that SEGA of America would likely be unable to obtain the rights to or even afford (some of which directly affect gameplay, such as the Odin boss from Final Fantasy XIV).

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  2. If you guys really want to get into PSO2 news like this, I hope you’re ready for what that entails… The game receives a content update literally every other week (with a trailer for each one), as well as frequent collaborations with any number of franchises…

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