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Phantasy Star is an acquired taste amongst the role-playing faithful. It's unlike most of the experiences out there, with a deeper leveling-up system and a variety of customized classes to keep you returning for more. On the other hand, however, the strict online settings for the last few games have been a turn off for some, as well as the grinding, engaging in repetitive battles to get the... Read Review

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