Phantasy Star Online 2 is a game that many in the west are only just getting introduced to. While the game has been released in Japan for nearly 8 years, this SEGA institution still garners a substantial amount of fanfare from its admirers around the globe. Now with a PC launch looming, and years-worth of content to explore, is Phantasy Star Online 2 worth the wait, or is it too little too late?
A few months back, Aaron's PC decided it just wanted to stop working. As a result, in order to get his Warframe fix, he picked it up on Xbox One while he awaited getting a new PC. Aaron touches on his thoughts during his forced reboot of the MMO.
Now that Phantasy Star Online 2 has officially released on XBOX One, with a PC release on the way, more players are entering the game and quickly getting overwhelmed by 8 years of content, hitting them all at once. After weeks of testing and trial and error, there were parts of the game that I wish I knew before I started.
It's official. Phantasy Star Online 2 is officially live on Xbox One, while the PC version is set to launch in May exclusively on the Microsoft Store.
Warframe's Operation Scarlet Spear is now available on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Out of the ashes of Bless Online, Bless Unleashed has...unleashed...on Xbox One. How does it stack up in the early hours?
Xbox One gamers, rejoice. Phantasy Star Online 2 open beta has officially kicked off today.
Black Desert on PS4 and Xbox One can now play as Maehwa, the latest character class to arrive on console.
Black Desert recently launched its cross play feature, giving console players the ability to join each other and quest regardless of platform. How easy is it to join your console friends, however?
Update 25 for Elder Scrolls Online is hitting PS4 and Xbox One today, bringing with it performance improvements and the Harrowstorm dungeon DLC.
Steven takes a look at the recently soft-launched Bless Unleashed on Xbox One, providing a comparison to the now defunct Bless Online.