Phantasy Star IV

Phantasy Star IV

2008

System
Mega Drive
Publisher
SEGA
Developer
SEGA

9.7

Game Rating

User Ratings: 3

Our Review: 9/10

Phantasy Star IV News

December2008

  • Feature Virtual Console Reviews - Best of 2008

    This year brought two new systems to the Virtual Console with the Commodore 64 computer added to the European Virtual Console and the Sega Master System added to both the European and North American Virtual Console services. We also saw a host of new releases on the systems already available on the service including some very high profile titles.

    As...

  • News USA VC Update: Phantasy Star IV

    You won't believe it - A lot of people were probably expecting multiple games this week because of the holidays, but Nintendo of America has decided to continue the trend once more, releasing just one new game again! This time, it's an amazing classic RPG.

    Phantasy Star IV is the final title in the "main" Phantasy Star storyline. After the somewhat subpar Phantasy Star III Sega decided to..

November2008

  • News EU VC Update: Phantasy Star IV and Mega Man 3

    Fear not, European Mega Man fans. You don't have to wait long for Mega Man 3 - It's available now! And while it alone would make for a great update, Sega has decided to give us a special treat as well - One of the best Mega Drive games ever made!

    Phantasy Star IV is often considered one of the greatest games ever made for the Mega Drive. It pushes...

May2008

March2008

  • News USK update - Four new Sega games: Phantasy Star, Gley Lancer

    The USK is the German equivalent of the PEGI, ESRB, OFLC and all those other rating groups. They have been known to rate VC games occasionally, however, they never add the ratings to their site. Sometimes, though, they slip up and accidentally add them as Wii games - This is the case today, as they've added four new games which are all published by Sega, and are all Mega Drive games. The games are as follows:

    Gley Lancer (Import): This shooter by NCS (The makers of Cybernator, among other games) never made it out of Japan, but still has...