In 1989, SEGA released for its Mega Drive video console the first 16-bit role-playing game to arrive in Europe. It did so, a year later and was a great hit in terms of sales and user opinions. We're talking about Phantasy Star II, by the creator of Sonic, the remastered version of which for PC allows us to play on our Windows desktop.
The game, as you can imagine, comes along with graphics from that period, as the developers have tried to preserve its essence (although it surprisingly demands 2 GB of RAM).
An RPG classic
Once again, it takes us to the story of Moto, a planet from the Algo solar system that was once a paradise and now has to face up against an unknown threat. Mutants, robots and all sorts of alien creatures are infesting its fields and its inhabitants avoid leaving their villages to not get into danger.
One of the RPG gems for video consoles.
Your mission will be to build teams of 8 members, each one with their own skills and abilities, to try to save the planet. In this story you'll come across the following features:
- 30-hour long story.
- Combats against robots, mutants, and aliens.
- Wide range of weapons to choose from.
- Build teams of up to 8 players and alternate them at the right moment to fulfill your targets.
Its previous success has allowed this game to become part of the SEGA Forever collection that the Japanese entertainment company has recently released for mobile devices, whether iPhone and iPad or in APK format for Android tablets and smartphones.