Phantasy Star Nova demo includes four-player co-op - destructoid

Phantasy Star Nova demo includes four-player co-op

10:00 AM on 08.06.2014

Brittany Vincent

Former Associate Editor

I hope I can summon a space dolphin to fight for me


The upcoming demo for Phantasy Star Nova will feature cooperative multiplayer for up to four players over a local Wi-Fi network. The demo will not allow character creation or story progress, but will feature a battle against the Gigantes enemy, Agrios.

Sega has stated the demo will require around 1.15 GB of space to download. I myself cannot wait to reenter the world of giant beam swords and feeding my robot healing items.

The full version of Phantasy Star Nova will be available this November in Japan.

Phantasy Star Nova Demo To Include 4-Player Co-Op [Siliconera]




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