Phantasy Star Portable 2 Regulates Internet Play With Product Codes

By Spencer . October 2, 2009 . 5:36pm

image Phantasy Star Portable 2 is going where no other portable “MonHun” game has gone, the Internet. You can play Phantasy Star Portable 2 in ad-hoc mode and online via infrastructure mode.

 

But, you need a Little Wing License to logon to Sega’s servers. You can get that by registering your product code, printed on the game’s instruction manual. Once you’re registered you can use the Internet multi play option. Digital versions of Phantasy Star Portable 2 from Japan’s PlayStation Store automatically come with Little Wing Licenses.

 

Sega will release free downloadable missions for Phantasy Star Portable 2. However, not all DLC is free. Items, like weapons and clothes, will be sold on the PlayStation Store. Sega promises they won’t sell any extremely strong weapons, which could unbalance the game. The weapons are supposed to be about B rank in strength and have a fun look. Prices for the items have not been announced.


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