But not the game, obviously
It’s been close to four years since Sega announced Phantasy Star Online 2 for a western release, but, despite the game being available in English throughout Asia, we’re still without a localization.
In an amusing turn of events, anime group Sentai Filmworks has secured the rights to bring an adaptation of Sega’s elusive MMORPG to western shores following its Japanese debut this month.
While a PlayStation 4 version of the game is slated for release sometime later this year, Sega hasn’t announced any plans to publish the upcoming port anywhere outside of Japan. Dammit Sega.
Sentai Filmworks licenses ‘Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation [Sentai Filmworks via Kotaku]