Phantasy Star II

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Phantasy Star II
System(s): Sega Mega Drive, Virtual Console, Xbox 360, Steam, RealOne Arcade, Android, iOS
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
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Puyo Puyo! Sega (JP)
Genre: RPG[1][2]

















Number of players: 1
Official in-game languages:
  • 日本語
  • English
  • Português
  • Release Date RRP Code
    Sega Mega Drive
    JP
    ¥8,0008,000 G-5501
    Sega Mega Drive
    US
    $69.9569.95[4]
    Sega Mega Drive
    FR
    Sega Mega Drive
    UK
    £49.9949.99[5]
    Sega Mega Drive
    SE
    (Rental)
    Sega Mega Drive
    AU
    Sega Mega Drive
    CA
    Sega Mega Drive
    BR
    R$59.9959.99 048170
    Tectoy: Todas as Idades
    Sega Mega Drive
    KR
    GM6066JG
    Wii Virtual Console
    JP
    700pts700[7]
    CERO: A
    Wii Virtual Console
    US
    800pts800[8]
    ESRB: Everyone
    Wii Virtual Console
    EU
    800pts800[9]
    Wii Virtual Console
    AU
    800pts800[11]
    OFLC: PG
    Xbox 360
    JP
    400MSP400[17]
    CERO: A
    Xbox 360
    JP
    (Otameshiban)
    FREEfree
    CERO: A
    Xbox 360
    US
    400MSP400[13]
    ESRB: Everyone
    Xbox 360
    US
    (Trial Game)
    FREEfree
    ESRB: Everyone
    Xbox 360
    EU
    400MSP400[12]
    PEGI: 7+
    Xbox 360
    EU
    (Trial Game)
    FREEfree
    PEGI: 7+
    Xbox 360
    DE
    400MSP400[12]
    USK: 0
    Xbox 360
    DE
    (Trial Game)
    FREEfree
    USK: 0
    Xbox 360
    UK
    400MSP400[15]
    PEGI: 7+
    Xbox 360
    UK
    (Trial Game)
    FREEfree
    PEGI: 7+
    Xbox 360
    AU
    OFLC: PG
    Xbox 360
    AU
    (Trial Game)
    FREEfree
    OFLC: PG
    Xbox 360
    KR
    400MSP400[20]
    GRB: All
    Xbox 360
    KR
    (Pyeong-gapan Game)
    FREEfree
    GRB: All
    iOS
    JP
    ¥600600[25]
    9+
    iOS
    US
    $4.994.99[22]
    9+
    iOS
    EU
    iOS
    UK
    £1.991.99
    9+
    RealOne Arcade
    US
    Steam
    US
    $2.992.99[28] 211203
    ESRB: Everyone
    Steam
    EU
    €2.492.49[28] 211203
    PEGI: 7+
    Steam
    UK
    £1.991.99[28] 211203
    PEGI: 7+
    Steam
    AU
    $3.493.49[28] 211203
    OFLC: PG
    Steam Linux
    US
    $0.990.99[30] 211203
    ESRB: Everyone
    Steam Linux
    EU
    €0.990.99[30] 211203
    PEGI: 7+
    Steam Linux
    UK
    £0.790.79[30] 211203
    PEGI: 7+
    Steam Linux
    AU
    $1.351.35[30] 211203
    OFLC: PG
    Steam OS X
    US
    $0.990.99[30] 211203
    ESRB: Everyone
    Steam OS X
    EU
    €0.990.99[30] 211203
    PEGI: 7+
    Steam OS X
    UK
    £0.790.79[30] 211203
    PEGI: 7+
    Steam OS X
    AU
    $1.351.35[30] 211203
    OFLC: PG
    Google Android OS
    JP
    (PuyoSega)
    SUBsub

    Phantasy Star II, called Phantasy Star II: Kaerazaru Toki no Owari ni (ファンタシースターII 還らざる時の終わりに) in Japan, is the sequel to Phantasy Star. It was developed and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive in 1989.

    It was the first RPG to be released for the system and is considered a highly influential release for the genre as a whole.

    Story

    Phantasy Star II, Introduction.png

    Introduction

    A thousand years have passed since the events of the first game. The Algo star system (formerly Algol) has prospered under the care of a giant, autonomous computer called Mother Brain. Mother Brain has terraformed the desert planet of Mota (formerly Motavia), transforming it into a lush and vibrant utopia. It controls the Climatrol tower, which regulates the climate of the planet. Under the apparently benevolent rule of Mother Brain, the people of Algo have had all of their needs provided for them, but they have become weak and lethargic as a result. They have come to revere Mother Brain and have become completely dependent on it, but no one knows where or what it actually is.

    Two years before the events of the game, experiments at the Biosystems Lab on Mota resulted in the creation of "biomonsters," biologically modified animals that are hostile to humans. Though the lab has been shut down, biomonsters still roam the land, and a class of mercenaries known as Hunters has formed to fight them.

    Government agent Rolf has been haunted by a recurring nightmare in which he sees a young woman fighting a great demon (Alis fighting Dark Falz in the first Phantasy Star game) and he is unable to help. Rolf is assigned to investigate the recent increase in biomonsters. Accompanying him on his journey is the "numan" girl Nei, the result of experiments with human and biomonster genes, whom he regards as a sister.

    Gameplay

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    Town and character status

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    Phantasy Star II, Dungeon.png

    Overworld and dungeon

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    Battle and strategy menu

    Phantasy Star II is a role-playing game. The player controls the main character Rolf and his companion Nei. Other characters join the party as the game progresses, each with different strengths, weaknesses, and abilities. There are eight characters in total, each with his or her own inventory of items and different preferred weapons and armor. The player forms a party of at most four characters by visiting Rolf's house in Paseo.

    The game uses a top-down perspective for exploring towns and the overworld. Towns and dungeons are accessed from the overworld. The player eventually obtains a Jet Scooter, which can travel through water, to assist in traversing Mota. The game uses the same overhead perspective for dungeons, abandoning the first-person dungeons of its predecessor, though dungeons are visually distinguished by a foreground parallax layer. Dungeons are large and complex, with multiple levels. Dungeons and the overworld are populated with random enemy encounters. The player earns meseta, the in-game currency, by winning these battles, which can be exchanged for items and equipment in towns. Characters can equip separate one-handed weapons or shields in each hand or a single two-handed weapon.

    The game uses a turn-based battle system, similar to the original game but from behind the perspective of the characters and without the unique backgrounds. Selecting FGHT (Fight) starts the battle, which ensues automatically unless the player presses a button to interrupt it (after the current round of turns are completed). The player can select STGY (Strategy) and give orders to individual characters or attempt to run from the encounter. The ORDR (Order) submenu allows the player to order a character to attack, use a technique (a special ability), use an item, or defend. Techniques require technique points to use. The character reverts to attacking or defending after using an item or a support technique (such as a healing ability) but continues using offensive techniques until given a different order. Battles can involve up to four foes and up to two different enemy types. While individual enemies cannot be targeted, the player can target enemies by type. Characters and enemies are defeated when they run out of hit points. When the enemies are defeated, the party earns meseta and surviving party members gain experience.

    As the characters gain experience points, they increase in level, gaining access to new techniques and raising their statistics:

    • HP: The amount of damage that the character can sustain from enemy attacks before dying.
    • TP: A pool of energy required for using techniques. Using a technique costs TP and cannot be done if its cost exceeds the current TP.
    • Strength: Increases the character's HP.
    • Mental: Increases the character's TP.
    • Agility: Increases the character's priority in the battle order.
    • Luck: Increases the chance that a character can evade an enemy attack.
    • Dexterity: Increases the chance that a character will hit an enemy and not miss with an attack.
    • Attack: Increases the damage done by normal attacks. Guns are not affected by the Attack statistic.
    • Defense: Reduces the damage taken from enemy attacks.

    Rather than being revived at a church as in the previous game, party members who are slain in battle can be brought back for a fee by creating a new body for them at a Clone Lab in town. The game ends if the entire party is defeated in battle. Towns also have Teleport Stations, which allow the party to teleport to any previously visited town, and Hospitals, which restore the party's hit points and technique points for a fee. The player can save the current game at the Data Memory building (but cannot save the game at any point like the previous game without first acquiring the Visiphone item). The starting town, Paseo, additionally has a Central Tower building, which contains a storage room for storing items and a library for learning additional information about the world.

    When out of battle, the player can invoke a menu to view the status of any character, manage items, or use out-of-combat techniques. The player can also change the order of the party; members placed at the front of the party are more likely to be attacked.

    Characters

    Rolf and Nei are initially available. The other characters appear at Rolf's house in Paseo and join the party after each new town Rolf and Nei visit (with the exception of Hugh, who joins after visiting the Biosystems Lab). The player has the option to rename any of the characters when they join, with the exception of Nei.

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    Rolf (ユーシス)
    The main character. He is an orphan whose parents were killed in a space travel incident. He works as an agent for the government of Mota and has been tasked with investigating the recent outbreak of biomonsters. He is a well balanced fighter and the only character who can wield swords. He learns a number of strong offensive abilities as well as some healing techniques. He is required to be in the party.
    Technique Level Acquired
    Foi Level 1
    Ryuka Level 4
    Gifoi Level 5
    Tsu Level 5
    Zan Level 7
    Hinas Level 7
    Res Level 8
    Gra Level 10
    Githu Level 11
    Nafoi Level 14
    Gizan Level 16
    Gires Level 16
    Nathu Level 20
    Nazan Level 24
    Gigra Level 27
    Rever Level 30
    Megid Level 35
    Nagra Level 40
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    Nei (ネイ)
    "The human who was not a human." The second in a line of "numans," a race of humans enhanced with biomonster DNA, which gives her some animal-like characteristics. Considered failed experiments, she and her "sister" Neifirst became social outcasts and were pursued by bounty hunters. She was rescued by Rolf, who regards her as a sister, and she accompanies him on his missions. She is agile and learns some healing techniques. Her genes cause her to age at a much greater rate than normal humans, so she gains levels twice as fast as the other characters, though her stats increase at about the same rate. She is the only character who can equip bars (called claws in the Japanese version). She is required to be in the party.
    Technique Level Acquired
    Res Level 1
    Anti Level 16
    Sak Level 20
    Nasak Level 24
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    Rudolf Steiner (ルドガー・シュタイナー)
    A former member of the Algo army. He becomes a Hunter after losing his wife and child to biomonsters and vowing to avenge them. He does not learn any techniques, but he has the highest hit points and defense of any of the characters and can equip large guns and heavy armor. He joins the party after Rolf visits Arima.
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    Amy Sage (アンヌ・サガ)
    A young doctor who joins Rolf's journey to help those harmed by the biomonster attacks. Though she is a poor fighter, she learns a number of powerful healing and support techniques and gains the most technique points out of any character. Though she has low hit points and defense, she has relatively high luck and dexterity, allowing her to dodge enemy attacks. She joins the party after Rolf visits Oputa.
    Technique Level Acquired
    Res Level 1
    Shu Level 2
    Deban Level 4
    Foi Level 5
    Anti Level 5
    Gires Level 6
    Sar Level 9
    Sak Level 10
    Nasak Level 12
    Sashu Level 15
    Nares Level 15
    Saner Level 24
    Rever Level 24
    Gisar Level 27
    Nasar Level 30
    Gra Level 40
    Gigra Level 48
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    Hugh Thompson (ヒューイ・リーン)
    A biologist and an expert on the biomonsters who joins the party to help contain the biomonster outbreak. He is a weak fighter with poor defense and agility, but he learns a number of unique techniques for damaging biomonsters. He joins the party after Rolf visits the Biosystems Lab.
    Technique Level Acquired
    Remit Level 2
    Doran Level 3
    Gen Level 3
    Sagen Level 5
    Shinb Level 5
    Shiza Level 6
    Res Level 8
    Foi Level 9
    Gifoi Level 12
    Vol Level 15
    Zan Level 18
    Savol Level 24
    Gra Level 27
    Gires Level 30
    Gigra Level 33
    Gizan Level 36
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    Anna Zirski (アーミア・アミルスキー)
    A Guardian, a member of a group of warriors who hunt Hunters that have gone rogue. She is a strong fighter with high dexterity and agility. She is the only character who can wield slashers, which are bladed weapons that damage all enemies in a group. She joins the party after Rolf visits Zema.
    Technique Level Acquired
    Foi Level 1
    Ner Level 6
    Shift Level 8
    Fanbi Level 16
    Zan Level 32
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    Josh Kain (カインズ・ジ・アン)
    An aspiring engineer, but he found that he was better at destroying things than creating them and became a wrecker instead. He has average statistics but learns a number of unique techniques for fighting robotic enemies. He joins the party after Rolf visits Kueri.
    Technique Level Acquired
    Foi Level 1
    Frosa Level 1
    Elijia Level 4
    Gaj Level 7
    Rimet Level 7
    Conte Level 9
    Gigaj Level 10
    Zan Level 10
    Sag Level 13
    Gra Level 14
    Nagaj Level 17
    Gisag Level 21
    Brose Level 26
    Nasag Level 28
    Gizen Level 31
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    Shir Gold (シルカ・レビニア)
    A thief who comes and goes like the wind. She was born into a wealthy family but wanted to seek adventure. She is a poor fighter but learns some useful techniques (though she has low technique point gain). She has the unique ability to shoplift items from shops in the game. Every time the party enters a shop with her, there is a chance that she will "disappear"; she can be found in Rolf's house in Paseo (regardless of where she was previously, even a different planet) with the item that she stole. She is capable of stealing items that are impossible to obtain otherwise, including the Visiphone from the storage room in the Central Tower of Paseo (after she reaches level 10). She joins the party after Rolf visits Piata.
    Technique Level Acquired
    Foi Level 1
    Ryuka Level 6
    Hinas Level 9
    Res Level 12
    Gifoi Level 15
    Zan Level 18
    Gra Level 24
    Gizan Level 27
    Gires Level 30
    Nazan Level 33
    Gigra Level 36
    Nagra Level 45

    Items

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    Item shop
    Item Cost (in meseta) Description
    Monomate 20 Restores 20 hit points to an ally.
    Dimate 60 Restores 60 hit points to an ally.
    Trimate 1,600 Fully restores an ally's hit points.
    Antidote 10 Cures an ally of poison effects.
    Star Mist 1,000 Fully restores the entire party's hit points.
    Moon Dew 12,000 Revives a dead ally.
    Escapipe 70 Teleports the party to the entrance of the current dungeon.
    Telepipe 130 Teleports the party to the last Data Memory building visited.
    Hidapipe 280 Prevents random encounters when traveling in the overworld.

    Weapons

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    Weapon shop

    Knives

    The Dagger, Laser Knife, and Fire Staff can be stolen from shops by Shir.

    Weapon Cost (in meseta) Shop Attack Defense Equippable by
    Laconian Dagger 18,400 Ryuon 4 22 Shir
    Knife 100 Paseo, Ryuon 5 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Scalpel 180 Paseo, Oputa 7 Amy, Hugh
    Dagger 200 Paseo, Arima 8 1 Rudo, Hugh, Kain, Shir
    Whip 1,400 Zema 20 2 Anna
    Ceramic Knife 2,800 Arima, Oputa 20 3 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Laser Knife 4,400 Zema, Aukba 28 5 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Fire Staff 32 11 Amy
    Laconian Mace 16,800 Aukba, Zosa 40 8 Hugh, Cain

    Swords

    Weapon Cost (in meseta) Shop Attack Defense Equippable by
    Sword 1,200 Arima, Oputa 36 8 Rolf
    Ceramic Sword 3,200 Zema, Aukba, Zosa 60 10 Rolf
    Laser Sword 5,400 Piata 100 18 Rolf
    Sword of Ang 116 Rolf
    Laconian Sword 22,000 124 14 Rolf
    Neisword 150 48 Rolf

    Bars

    Weapon Cost (in meseta) Shop Attack Defense Equippable by
    Steel Bar 80 Paseo, Arima 7 2 Nei
    Ceramic Bar 1,200 Oputa 27 2 Nei
    Laser Bar 3,100 Kueri, Piata 38 3 Nei

    Slashers

    Weapon Cost (in meseta) Shop Attack Equippable by
    Boomerang 480 Kueri, Zosa 12 Anna
    Slasher 2,000 Zema 17 Anna
    Laser Slasher 6,700 Kueri, Ryuon 30 Anna
    Fire Slasher 36 Anna
    AC Slasher 24,000 Aukba, Zosa 42 Anna
    Neislasher 60 Anna

    Handguns

    Weapon Cost (in meseta) Shop Attack Equippable by
    Poison Shot 1,700 Zema 15 Amy, Hugh
    Sonic Gun 640 Paseo, Arima 17 Rolf, Rudo, Hugh, Kain
    Acid Shot 4,800 Kueri, Piata, Zosa 25 Amy, Hugh

    Shots

    The Laser Shot can be stolen from shops by Shir.

    Weapon Cost (in meseta) Shop Attack Equippable by
    Bow Gun 300 Paseo 16 Rolf, Rudo, Hugh, Kain
    Silent Shot 920 Oputa, Kueri 20 Amy
    Cannon 2,200 Paseo 36 Rudo, Kain
    Laser Shot 6,200 Zema 40 Rudo, Kain
    Laser Cannon 20,000 Kueri, Piata, Aukba 60 Rudo
    Pulse Cannon 32,000 Piata, Ryuon 70 Rudo
    Neishot Aukba 120 Rudo

    Vulcans

    Weapon Cost (in meseta) Shop Attack Equippable by
    Shotgun 800 Arima, Oputa 20 Rudo, Kain
    Vulcan 12,600 Piata, Ryuon 56 Rudo
    Pulse Vulcan 48,000 Zosa 76 Rudo

    Armor

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    Armor shop

    Headgear

    The Silver Crown and Jewel Crown can be stolen from shops by Shir.

    Armor Cost (in meseta) Shop Defense Equippable by
    Magic Cap Skure 2 Rolf
    Headgear 120 Paseo 3 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Ribbon 80 Ryuon 3 Nei
    Fibergear 430 Oputa 8 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Silver Ribbon 380 Oputa 12 Nei
    Titanigear 1,400 Zema 14 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Silver Crown 470 Piata 14 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Crescent Gear 14 Rudo
    Titanimet 3,700 Zema 16 Rolf, Kain
    Storm Gear 16 Kain
    Jewel Crown 17 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Snow Crown 17 Amy
    Color Scarf 17 Anna
    Wind Scarf 17 Shir
    Jewel Ribbon 4,700 Piata 21 Nei
    Laconian Gear 28,000 Aukba 27 Rudo, Hugh
    Laconian Helmet 29,000 Zosa 29 Rudo, Hugh
    Nei Crown 48 Amy
    Nei Helmet 50 Rolf, Kain

    Body Armor

    Armor Cost (in meseta) Shop Defense Equippable by
    Prison Clothes 2 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Carbon Vest 120 Paseo 4 Nei
    Carbon Suit 128 Paseo 4 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Fiber Vest 280 Oputa 6 Nei
    Fiber Coat 300 Paseo, Oputa 8 Rolf, Rudo, Hugh, Kain
    Fiber Cape 820 Oputa 20 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Amber Robe 21 Hugh
    Titanium Chest 5,400 Kueri 24 Rolf, Hugh
    Titanium Armor 5,600 Kueri 82 Rudo, Kain
    Titanium Cape 6,300 Kueri 46 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Ceramic Chest 10,000 Piata 48 Rolf, Hugh
    Ceramic Armor 11,700 Piata 56 Rudo, Kain
    Ceramic Cape 12,400 Piata 60 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Crystanish 60 Rudo, Kain
    Crystal Chest 62 Rolf
    Crystal Cape 65 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Laconinish 35,000 Zosa, Ryuon 07 Rudo, Kain
    Laconian Cape 36,000 Aukba, Zosa 80 Anna
    Laconian Chest 28,000 Ryuon 88 Rolf
    Nei Cape 95 Amy, Shir
    Nei Armor 4 Rudo, Kain

    Shields and Sleeves

    The Green Sleeves can be stolen from shops by Shir.

    Armor Cost (in meseta) Shop Defense Equippable by
    Carbon Emel 420 Paseo 7 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Carbon Shield 540 Paseo 8 Rolf, Rudo, Hugh, Kain
    Fiber Shield 1,200 Oputa 15 Rolf, Rudo, Hugh, Kain
    Fiber Emel 1,360 Zema 17 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Mirror Emel 5,120 Kueri 30 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Aegis 32 Hugh, Kain
    Mirror Shield 4,800 Zema 32 Rolf, Rudo, Hugh, Kain
    Ceramic Shield 8,300 Kueri 39 Rolf, Rudo, Hugh, Kain
    Ceramic Emel 9,700 Aukba 40 Amy, Anna, Shir
    Truth Sleeves 59 Shir
    Green Sleeves 63 Anna
    Laconian Emel 12,000 Zosa, Ryuon 68 Amy, Anna
    Laconian Shield 13,000 Aukba, Ryuon 85 Rudo, Hugh, Kain
    Nei Shield 95 Hugh, Kain
    Nei Emel 118 Anna, Shir

    Shoes

    The Shune Boots can be stolen from shops by Shir.

    Armor Cost (in meseta) Shop Defense Agility Attack Equippable by
    Shoes 240 Zema 3 2 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Sandals 180 Aukba 3 3 Nei
    Boots 1,000 Zema 7 3 Rolf, Rudo, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Knife Boots 4,200 Kueri 7 5 7 Nei, Anna
    Long Boots 6,800 Piata, Zosa 7 7 5 Anna
    Hirza Boots 9,800 Aukba 7 7 Amy, Shir
    Shune Boots 7,500 Zosa 7 10 Anna, Shir
    Garda Boots 12,400 Ryuon 15 8 Rolf, Rudo, Hugh, Kain

    Techniques

    Offensive

    Technique TP cost Description Learned by
    Foi 2 Damages one enemy for 12-17 hit points. Rolf, Amy, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Gifoi 6 Damages one enemy for 33-46 hit points. Rolf, Hugh, Shir
    Nafoi 12 Damages one enemy for 109-149 hit points. Rolf
    Zan 4 Damages a group of enemies for 16-23 hit points. Rolf, Hugh, Anna, Kain, Shir
    Gizan 7 Damages a group of enemies for 25-34 hit points. Rolf, Hugh, Kain, Shir
    Nazan 11 Damages a group of enemies for 84-115 hit points. Rolf, Shir
    Gra 8 Damages all enemies for 16-23 hit points. Rolf, Amy, Hugh, Kain, Shir
    Gigra 12 Damages all enemies for 33-46 hit points. Rolf, Amy, Hugh, Shir
    Nagra 20 Damages all enemies for 67-92 hit points. Rolf, Shir
    Tsu 6 Damages one enemy for 25-34 hit points. Rolf
    Githu 13 Damages one enemy for 67-92 hit points. Rolf
    Nathu 20 Damages one enemy for 126-172 hit points. Rolf
    Fanbi 2 Damages one enemy and heals the caster for 8-11 hit points. Anna
    Eijia 4 Damages a group of robots for 19-26 hit points. Kain
    Gaj 1 Damages one robot for 16-23 hit points. Kain
    Gigaj 5 Damages one robot for 50-69 hit points. Kain
    Nagaj 15 Damages one robot for 126-172 hit points. Kain
    Sag 3 Damages all robots for 16-23 hit points. Kain
    Gisag 15 Damages all robots for 50-69 hit points. Kain
    Nasag 27 Damages all robots for 126-172 hit points. Kain
    Gen 1 Damages one biomonster for 16-23 hit points. Hugh
    Sagen 3 Damages all biomonsters for 16-23 hit points. Hugh
    Megid 55 Damages all enemies for 336-460 hit points but halves the hit points of the entire party except the caster. Rolf
    Vol 8 Chance to defeat one biomonster. Hugh
    Savol 16 Chance to defeat a group of biomonsters. Hugh
    Shiza 6 Chance to halve the accuracy of one biomonster's special attacks. Hugh
    Doran 2 Chance to halve the accuracy of one biomonster's physical attacks. Hugh
    Rimit 3 Chance to paralyze one biomonster. Hugh
    Shinb 4 No effect. Hugh
    Brose 8 Chance to defeat one robot. Kain
    Conte 6 Chance to halve the accuracy of one robot's special attacks. Kain
    Forsa 2 Chance to halve the accuracy of one robot's physical attacks. Kain
    Rimet 3 Chance to paralyze one robot. Kain

    Support

    Technique TP cost Description Learned by
    Res 3 Heals one ally for 20 hit points. Rolf, Nei, Amy, Hugh, Shir
    Gires 7 Heals one ally for 60 hit points. Rolf, Amy, Hugh, Shir
    Nares 13 Fully heals one ally. Amy
    Sak 1 Sacrifices the caster's life to fully heal one ally. Nei, Amy
    Nasak 1 Sacrifices the caster's life to fully heal the entire party. Nei, Amy
    Sar 13 Heals the entire party for 20 hit points. Amy
    Gisar 29 Heals the entire party for 60 hit points. Amy
    Nasar 53 Fully heals the entire party. Amy
    Anti 2 Cures an ally of poison effects. Nei, Amy
    Rever 30 Revives a dead ally (or fully heals an ally if not dead). Rolf, Amy
    Shift 5 Increases the Attack of the caster by 20. Anna
    Shu 3 Increases the Defense of one ally by 20. Amy
    Sashu 8 Increases the Defense of the entire party by 20. Amy
    Ner 2 Increases the Agility of one ally by 10. Anna
    Saner 6 Increases the Agility of the entire party by 10. Amy
    Deban 4 Reduces enemy damage to all party members. Amy
    Ryuka 8 Teleports the party to the last Data Memory building visited. Rolf, Shir
    Hinas 4 Teleports the party to the entrance of the current dungeon. Rolf, Shir

    Achievements

    Main article: Phantasy Star II/Achievements.

    History

    Development

    The game was originally in development for the Master System before being switched to the Mega Drive.


    Phantasy Star II was originally planned for the Sega Master System, as a direct sequel to Phantasy Star. Later it was decided it would be released on the Megadrive, so we had to rework all our plans. Despite that huge change, we only had a half year to finish the game, a real oppressive schedule. And of course we had to complete the debugging in that timeframe, so when you consider the normal schedule for an RPG, Phantasy Star II was created in an incredibly short period. The only reason we made it was because of Yuji Naka.

    Kotaro Hayashida[31]


    The game's notoriously complex dungeon design is said to be the work of an overzealous new employee.


    Another issue was related to the dungeons, which were created by a new employee. Because he was new, he put a ton of effort into the maps and kind of overdid it... the game became more about the complex dungeons than anything else. I think you really see that on the Dezolis dungeons. They were really well done, and when Chieko Aoki saw them she didn't want all the new employee's work to be for naught, so we ended up using those maps... albeit with some mixed feelings. They contributed to the latter half of the game being unbalanced.

    Kotaro Hayashida[31]


    Release

    At the time of release, Phantasy Star II was one of the biggest RPGs available for home consoles. Its 6 Mbit cartridge was the largest used for a video game console at the time.[32] In turn, it is one of the longest (and arguably most difficult) Mega Drive games. Translation issues prevented the game from being localised worldwide. Sega created Japanese and English translations, with Tec Toy translating the game into Portuguese for the Brazilian market. As such, there was no official pan-European localisation of Phantasy Star II; only English language versions were released in that region.

    Due to its perceived difficulty, the US and UK versions shipped with a map and 110-page hint book, Phantasy Star II Hint Book.

    Legacy

    The success of Phantasy Star II led to eight Phantasy Star II text adventure games across 1991 for the Sega Game Toshokan service. It has also led to multiple sequels, most notably Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom and Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium.

    Phantasy Star II has been re-released numerous times through compilations. It was included in Sega Ages Phantasy Star Collection for the Sega Saturn in 1998, which adds the ability to increase the walking speed of the characters. It was released as part of Phantasy Star Collection for the Game Boy Advance in 2003. This version crops the viewport of the game and rearranges some of the menus to fit the Game Boy Advance's screen. Emulated versions were included in Sega Smash Pack for the PC in 1999, Sega Smash Pack Volume 1 for the Dreamcast in 2001, Sega Mega Drive Collection for the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable in 2006, and Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2008. The original game with both the Japanese and the Western soundtrack arrangements as well as the text adventure games were included in Phantasy Star Complete Collection for the PlayStation 2 in 2008. This version of the game also adds the ability to increase the walking speed of the characters and change the amount of meseta and experience awarded from enemy encounters, which reduces grinding. Emulated versions were also released for the Wii's Virtual Console service, Xbox Live Arcade, Steam, and iOS. The iOS version was removed from sale on iTunes in 2015,[33] but it was re-released for iOS as well as for Android as part of the Sega Forever series as Phantasy Star Classics in 2017.

    The game was remade as Phantasy Star Generation: 2 for the PlayStation 2. This version has new graphics and music, expanded dialogue, and modified gameplay mechanics.

    Nei makes a cameo appearance in Segagaga, released for the Dreamcast in 2001.

    Versions

    The volume of drums heard in almost all of the background music has been lowered for the Western releases.

    The Virtual Console release changed the hospital icon from a cross into an "H" and removed the red cross from the doctor's suit in a close-up picture.

    Version history

    Main article: Phantasy Star II/Changelog.
    System Version Size Date Comment Ref Icon
    iOS
    0000020000000000000000000000002.0.0 4.6MB 201211302012-11-30 iOS 6 Support. [34]
    iOS
    0000010000000000010000000000001.0.1 4.6MB 201008262010-08-26 [21]
    iOS
    0000010000000000000000000000001.0.0 201007272010-07-27 [35]

    Localised names

    Also known as
    Language Localised Name English Translation
    English Phantasy Star II Phantasy Star II
    English (US) Phantasy Star II Phantasy Star II
    Japanese ファンタシースターII 還らざる時の終わりに Phantasy Star II: Kaerazaru Toki no Owari ni

    Production credits

    Source:
    In-game credits
    Source:
    Sega TV Game Genga Gallery[36]

    Digital manuals

    Magazine articles

    Main article: Phantasy Star II/Magazine articles.

    Promotional material

    Playmix advert 1 FI.jpg
    FI advert
    Logo-pdf.svg
    Print advert in Beep! MegaDrive (JP) #0: "Extra issue of Beep!" (1989-04-27)
    Logo-pdf.svg
    Print advert in GamePro (US) #8: "March 1990" (1990-xx-xx)
    also published in:
    CG GR 3 Mega Drive advert.jpg
    Print advert in Computer Games (GR) #3: "Ioúnios 1990" (1990-xx-xx)

    Artwork

    Physical scans

    Mega Drive version

    Sega Retro Average 
    Publication Score Source
    90 №14, p34/49
    Sega Mega Drive
    90
    Based on
    1 review
    Sega Retro Average 
    Publication Version Score
    1700 igr dlya Sega (RU)
    80
    [41]
    ACE (UK)
    89
    [42]
    Aktueller Software Markt (DE)
    93
    [43]
    Beep! MegaDrive (JP) NTSC-J
    70
    [44]
    Complete Guide to Consoles (UK)
    78
    [45]
    The Complete Guide to Sega (UK)
    78
    [46]
    Console XS (UK) PAL
    72
    [47]
    Cool Gamer (RU)
    80
    [48]
    Dragon (US) NTSC-U
    100
    [49]
    Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) NTSC-U
    80
    [50]
    Entsiklopediya luchshikh igr Sega. Vypusk 3 (RU)
    90
    [51]
    Famitsu (JP) NTSC-J
    70
    [52]
    The Games Machine (IT)
    89
    [53]
    Génération 4 (FR)
    93
    [54]
    Joystick (FR)
    97
    [55]
    Sega Mega Drive Advanced Gaming (UK)
    79
    [56]
    Mega Drive Fan (JP) NTSC-J
    85
    [57]
    Mega (UK) PAL
    88
    [58]
    MegaTech (UK)
    78
    [59]
    Mean Machines Sega (UK)
    78
    [60]
    Player One (FR)
    95
    [61]
    Power Play (DE)
    85
    [62]
    Raze (UK) PAL
    90
    [63]
    Sega Power (UK) PAL
    94
    [64]
    Sega Power (UK) PAL
    100
    [65]
    Sega Power (UK)
    92
    [66]
    Sega Pro (UK)
    79
    [67]
    Sega Pro (UK) PAL
    72
    [68]
    Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) NTSC-J
    78
    [69]
    Tilt (FR)
    90
    [70]
    Tricks 16 bit (RU)
    73
    [71]
    Video Games (DE)
    82
    [72]
    Zero (UK)
    89
    [73]
    Sega Mega Drive
    84
    Based on
    33 reviews

    Phantasy Star II

    Mega Drive, JP
    PhantasyStar2 MD JP Box.jpg
    Cover
    PhantasyStar2 MD JP CartTop.jpg
    PhantasyStar2 MD JP Cart.jpg
    Cart
    Phantasystarii md jp manual.pdf
    Manual
    Phantasystarii md jp map.jpg
    Map
    PSII MD JP pcb.jpg
    PCB
    Mega Drive, US
    PhantasyStar2 MD US Box.jpg
    Cover
    Phantasystar2 md us cart.jpg
    Cart
    PhantasyStar2 MD US Manual.pdf
    Manual
    Phantasy Star II Hint Book US Book.pdf
    Hint Book
    Phantasy Star II MD US Map.pdf
    Map
    PSII MD US pcb.jpg
    PCB
    Mega Drive, UK
    PhantasyStar2 MD UK Box.jpg
    Cover
    PhantasyStarII MD EU Cart.jpg
    Cart
    Phantasystar2 md UK manual.pdf
    Manual
    Phantasy Star II Hint Book US Book.pdf
    Hint Book
    Mega Drive, SE (Rental)
    PSII MD SE rental cover.jpg
    Cover
    Mega Drive, BR
    PhantasyStarII MD BR cover.jpg
    Cover
    Phantasystarii md br manual.pdf
    Manual
    Mega Drive, CA
    PhantasyStar2 MD CA Box.jpg
    Cover
    Mega Drive, KR
    PhantasyStar2 MD SK Box.jpg
    Cover
    PhantasyStarII MD KR cartback.jpgPhantasyStarII MD KR cart.jpg
    Cart

    Virtual Console version

    iOS version

    Technical information

    ROM dump status

    System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
    Sega Mega Drive
     ?
    CRC32 0d07d0ef
    MD5 75ea42b49a65ceb0395480126f426c6a
    SHA-1 fcd032ded2235171f51db316ad1b7688fbbdafe4
    768kB 1989-06 Cartridge (US/EU)
    Sega Mega Drive
    CRC32 904fa047
    MD5 0fa38b12cf0ab0163d865600ac731a9a
    SHA-1 0711080e968490a6b8c5fafbb9db3e62ba597231
    768kB 1990-01 Cartridge (US/EU) Rev A
    Sega Mega Drive
    CRC32 75af3d59
    MD5 28e1ef5faa5968449b57d1bea39ea153
    SHA-1 ad9cfbd641d30d90fa684e4ae56f9c9e14d4525d
    1MB 1990-01 Sega Mega Drive Classics Rev A, PC rerelease
    Sega Mega Drive
    CRC32 67db982a
    MD5 98e34f05f6e5fb55517b1f8990b734ff
    SHA-1 f5f5ca9c5685b3759736f8852b88d481b9281a93
    Virtual Console WAD file (US/EU) Rev A, Wii Virtual Console
    Sega Mega Drive
    CRC32 bec8eb5a
    MD5 ad692c895d5c2cab7b616df2135ea3b4
    SHA-1 fc186c681e110723b4be5590f242c73d5004c8a7
    768kB 1988-12 Cartridge (JP)
    Sega Mega Drive
     ?
    CRC32 e6688b66
    MD5 f2d46a63b34cf6e5a2c8264fb59c06e7
    SHA-1 ab62fac112cb4dd1f19cb973bd7952b161f6d100
    768kB 1989-06 Cartridge (BR)
    Sega Mega Drive
     ?
    CRC32 b034c46e
    MD5 c620dbe2bd0bed5059ca7913dedabfe0
    SHA-1 80ff3216a4350a5e8a10d3107e70a244a837899b
    768kB 1989-07-28 CD-R disc Page

    External links

    References

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    Phantasy Star II

    PhantasyStar2 title.png

    Main page | Comparisons | Maps | Achievements | Bugs | Magazine articles | Reception | Region coding


    Books: Phantasy Star II: Kaerazaru Toki no Owari ni Hisshou Kouryaku Hou (1989) | Phantasy Star II Hint Book (1989) | Phantasy Star II: Kaerazaru Toki no Owari ni (1989) | Sega Game Attack Manual Book Phantasy Star II: Kaerazaru Toki no Owari ni Gekan (198x) | Sega Game Attack Manual Book Phantasy Star II: Kaerazaru Toki no Owari ni Joukan (198x)

    Prereleases:
    Sega Mega Drive
    Prototypes: 1989-07-28



    Phantasy Star, Sprites.png
    Phantasy Star series
    "Classic" series
    Phantasy Star (1987) | Phantasy Star II (1989) | Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom (1990) | Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium (1993)
    Phantasy Star II Text Adventures (Amia | Anne | Huey | Kinds | Nei | Rudger | Shilka | Yushis/Eusis) (1991) | Phantasy Star Adventure (1992) | Phantasy Star Gaiden (1992) | Phantasy Star (2003) | Phantasy Star Generation: 1 (2003) | Phantasy Star Generation: 2 (2005)
    Compilations
    Sega Ages Phantasy Star Collection (1998) | Phantasy Star Collection (2003) | Phantasy Star Complete Collection (2008)
    Related media
    Music
    Phantasy Star Collection: Sound Collection I (1993) | Phantasy Star Collection: Sound Collection II (1993) | Phantasy Star 1st Series Complete Album (2008) | Phantasy Star Series 25th Anniversary Sound Collection (2012) | Phantasy Star Series 25th Anniversary Concert Sympathy 2013 Live Memorial Album (2013)
    Audiobook
    Memorial Drama CD & Fanbook "Phantasy Star: Fuujirareshi Kioku" (1995)
    Book
    Phantasy Star II Hint Book (1989) | Phantasy Star III: Toki no Keishousha Koushiki Guide Book (1990) | Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom Hint Book (1991) | Phantasy Star: Sennenki no Owari ni Game Guide Book (1994) | Phantasy Star Koushiki Settei Shiryoushuu (1995) | Phantasy Star IV Official Players Guide (1995) | 25th Anniversary Phantasy Star Visual Chronicles (2013)
    "Modern" series
    Phantasy Star Online (Ver. 2 | Ep. I & II | Ep. III | Blue Burst) (2000-2005) | Phantasy Star Universe (Ambition of the Illuminus) (2006-2007) | Phantasy Star Online 2 (es | Cloud) (2012-2020) | Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis (2021)
    Handheld games
    Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II Character Timer (2002) | Phantasy Star 0 (Mini) (2008-2009) | Phantasy Star Portable (2008) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 (Infinity) (2009-2011) | Phantasy Star: Eternal Planets (2011) | Phantasy Star Nova (2014) | Idola: Phantasy Star Saga (2018)
    Compilations
    Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II & III Trilogy (200x) | Phantasy Star Defender's Pack! (2011)
    Related media
    Music
    Phantasy Star Online Original Sound Track (2001) | Phantasy Star Online Songs of Ragol Odyssey: Soundtrack Episode 1 & 2 (2002) | Let The Winds Blow: Phantasy Star Online Episode III Special Edition (2003) | Let The Winds Blow: Phantasy Star Online Episode III C.A.R.D. Revolution Original Sound Track (2003) | Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II Premium Arrange (2004) | Phantasy Star Online: Blue Burst Episode IV Sound Track (2005) | Phantasy Star Universe Game Soundtrack (2006) | Phantasy Star Universe Tsutaya Original Sound Track (2006) | Save This World: Phantasy Star Universe Original Score (2006) | For Brighter Day Phantasy Star Universe Original Soundtrack (2006) | Phantasy Star Universe: Illuminus no Yabou Original Soundtrack (2008) | Phantasy Star 0 Original Sound Track (2009) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 Special Single CD (2009) | Phantasy Star Soundtrack: Theme Song Collection (2010) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 Original Soundtrack: Wings of Universe (2010) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity Special CD (2011) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity Original Soundtrack (2012) | Phantasy Star Series 25th Anniversary Sound Collection (2012) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Mini Sound Track (2013) | Phantasy Star Series 25th Anniversary Concert Sympathy 2013 Live Memorial Album (2013) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 1 (2013) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 2 (2013) | Phantasy Star Music Collection 2000-2007 (2013) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Character Song CD: Song Festival (2014) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 3 (2014) | Phantasy Star Nova Original Soundtrack (2015) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Character Song CD: Song Festival II (2015) | Phantasy Star Online Series 15th Anniversary Concert: Sympathy 2015 Live Memorial Album (2016) | Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation Original Soundtrack (2016) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 4 (2016) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 5 (2017) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 6 (2017) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 7 (2019) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 8 (2019) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Original Sound Tracks Vol. 7 & 8 Special Pack: Recitea (2019) | Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle Theme Song Vol.1 Destiny / Timeless Fortune (2019)
    Audiobook
    Phantasy Star Online 2: Project Dream Arcs! (2013)
    Book
    Phantasy Star Online Navigation Guide (2000) | Phantasy Star Online Official Perfect Guide (2001) | Phantasy Star Online Kanzen Kouryaku Guide (2001) | Phantasy Star Online Perfect Guide (2001) | Phantasy Star Online Tettei Kouryaku Guide (2001) | Phantasy Star Online Ver. 2 Perfect Guide (2001) | Phantasy Star Online Fan Book (2001) | Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II Official Perfect Guide (2002) | Phantasy Star Online Ultimate (2002) | Phantasy Star Online Episode 1 & 2 Settei Shiryoushuu (2003) | Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution Complete Guide (2003) | Prima's Official Strategy Guide: Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution (2004) | Phantasy Star Universe Signature Series Guide (2006) | Phantasy Star Universe Perfect Bible (2006) | Phantasy Star Universe Visual Book (200x) | Phantasy Star Universe Settei Shiryoushuu (2007) | Phantasy Star Universe: Illuminus no Yabou Perfect Guide (2007) | Phantasy Star Portable Fan Book: Guardians Maniacs (2008) | Phantasy Star Portable Perfect Bible (2008) | Phantasy Star 0 Photon Master Guide (2008) | Phantasy Star 0 Complete Guide (2009) | Phantasy Star 0 Official Strategy Guide (2009) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 Star Frontier Guide (2009) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 Perfect Bible (2010) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 Settei Shiryoushuu (2010) | Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity: Infinity Battle Guide (2011) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Start Guide Book (2012) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Master Guide Book (2012) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Expert Guide (2013) | 25th Anniversary Phantasy Star Visual Chronicles (2013) | Phantasy Star Nova Guide Book (2014) | Phantasy Star Nova Side Stories (2015) | Phantasy Star Nova Perfect Bible (2015) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Fashion Catalogue 2012-2015 (2015) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Episode 1 & 2 Settei Shiryoushuu (2015) 15th Anniversary Phantasy Star Online Visual Chronicles (2015) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Fashion Catalogue 2015-2016: Oracle & Tokyo Collection (2016) | Phantasy Star Online 2 Episode 3 Settei Shiryoushuu (2016) | Phantasy Star Online 2 es 3rd Anniversary Visual & Chip Collection (2017)
    Other Phantasy Star Online 2 -On Stage- (2014) | Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation (2016) | Puso Ni Comi (2019) | Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle (2019-2020)