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Phantasy Star is a series of console role-playing video games by Sega
- Phantasy Star (December 20, 1987), Sega Master System. Re-released in 1994 for Mega Drive in limited edition only in Japan and in 2009 for Wii Virtual Console.
- Phantasy Star II (March 21, 1989), Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. Re-released in 2008 for Wii Virtual Console, in 2010 for iOS and in 2012 for Windows trough Steam.
- Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom (April 21, 1990), Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. Re-released in 2008 for Wii Virtual Console and in 2012 for Windows trough Steam.
- Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium (December 17, 1993), Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. Re-released in 2008 for Wii Virtual Console and in 2012 for Windows trough Steam.
- Phantasy Star II Text Adventures (1991), Sega Mega Drive. A series of downloadable text adventure games only released in Japan, each one of them taking place shortly before Phantasy Star II, documenting the backgrounds of its characters:
- Phantasy Star II: Amia's Adventure
- Phantasy Star II: Anne's Adventure
- Phantasy Star II: Eusis's Adventure
- Phantasy Star II: Huey's Adventure
- Phantasy Star II: Kinds's Adventure
- Phantasy Star II: Nei's Adventure
- Phantasy Star II: Rudger's Adventure
- Phantasy Star II: Shilka's Adventure
- Phantasy Star Adventure (March 13, 1992), Game Gear.
- Phantasy Star Gaiden (October 16, 1992), Game Gear.
- Phantasy Star Portable (July 31, 2008), PSP. A sequel to Phantasy Star Universe.
- Phantasy Star 0 (December 25, 2008), Nintendo DS. A sequel to Phantasy Star Online.
- Phantasy Star Portable 2 (December 3, 2009), PSP.
- Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity (February 24, 2011), PSP.
- Phantasy Star Nova (November 27, 2014), PlayStation Vita. A sequel to Phantasy Star Online 2.
Online multiplayer games
- Phantasy Star Online (December 21, 2000), Dreamcast.
- Phantasy Star Online ver. 2 (June 7, 2001), Dreamcast, PC.
- Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II (September 12, 2002), GameCube.
- Phantasy Star Online: Blue Burst (July 15, 2004), PC.
- Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution (November 27, 2003), GameCube.
- Phantasy Star Online: Episode IV: Blue Burst (November 2004), PC.
- Phantasy Star Universe (August 31, 2006), PlayStation 2, PC. Later also released for Xbox 360. Servers shut down in 2012.
- Phantasy Star Universe: Ambition of the Illuminus (September 27, 2007), PlayStation 2, PC, Xbox 360. An expansion for Phantasy Star Star Universe.
- Phantasy Star Online 2 (July 4, 2012), PC. Later released for iOS, Android and PlayStation Vita.
Compilations and remakes
- Phantasy Star Collection (February 4, 1998), Sega Saturn. A compilation of the four main games originally only released in Japan, it was re-released between 2002 and 2003 for the Game Boy Advance only in North America and Europe, only lacking Phantasy Star IV.
- Phantasy Star Generation 1 (May 27, 2004), PlayStation 2. A remake of Phantasy Star only released in Japan.
- Phantasy Star: Deluxe Edition (September 21, 2004), mobile phone. A remake of Phantasy Star only released in Japan.
- Phantasy Star Generation 2 (April 5, 2005), PlayStation 2. A remake of Phantasy Star II only released in Japan.
- Phantasy Star Complete Collection (March 27, 2008), PlayStation 2. Only released in Japan, it includes all Phantasy Star single player games: Phantasy Star, Phantasy Star II, III, IV, Gaiden, Adventure and the eight Phantasy Star II Text Adventures.
A 12-episode anime titled Phantasy Star Online 2 The Animation, based on the game Phantasy Star Online 2 aired between January 7 and March 31, 2016.
Links to other series
|Fantasy Zone||December 17, 1993||Phantasy Star IV features a remixed track from the Fantasy Zone series called Pao-Pao, in reference to Opa-Opa.||3
|Ecco the Dolphin||December 17, 1993||Phantasy Star IV features a book titled "A Day With Ecco".||2
|Golden Axe||December 17, 1993||Phantasy Star IV features a book titled "The Golden Axe Volume 3".||2
|Game no Kanzume||March 18, 1994||The two Game no Kanzume include the eight Phantasy Star II Text Adventures games.||2
|Greatest Nine||March 28, 1997||One of the players in the NiGHTS team in Greatest Nine '97 and '98 is called "Nei", after a character from Phantasy Star II.||3
|Sega Smash Pack||February 01, 1999||Sega Smash Pack and Sega Smash Pack Volume 1 include Phantasy Star II.||2
|Sonic||December 21, 2000||Sonic and Tails make occasional cameos in Phantasy Star Online and Phantasy Star Universe, while Sonic Runners included characters from Phantasy Star Online 2 in a special event from April 14 to April 19, 2015; the Phantasy Star series also features other references to Sonic.||1
|Segagaga||March 29, 2001||Segagaga features various Phantasy Star characters.||1
|Puyo Puyo||August 2006||Puyo Puyo Fever: Carnival Edition included Karen Erra from Phantasy Star Online as a guest character.||1
|Sega Mega Drive Collection||November 16, 2006||Sega Mega Drive Collection includes Phantasy Star II, III and IV and references the first one in the cover; Phantasy Star is unlockable in Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection.||2
|Mario||December 25, 2008||Two types of Warp Pipe are unlockable weapons in Phantasy Star 0.||1
|Zelda||December 25, 2008||The Hylian Shield is unlockable in the Japanese version of Phantasy Star 0.||1
|Metroid||December 25, 2008||Samus' Arm Cannon is an unlockable weapon in Phantasy Star 0.||1
|Valkyria Chronicles||December 25, 2008||Selvaria's Lance and Shield are unlockable weapons in Phantasy Star 0; Emilia from Phantasy Star Portable 2 is unlockable in Valkyria Chrinicles II; Phantasy Star Nova also features downloadable costumes from the series.||1
|Evangelion||December 03, 2009||Phantasy Star Portable 2 features costumes and weapons from Neon Genesis Evangelion.||1
|Fate (TYPE-MOON)||December 03, 2009||Phantasy Star Portable 2 features costumes and weapons from Fate/stay night.||1
|Vocaloid||December 03, 2009||Phantasy Star Portable 2 features costumes based on Vocaloid.||2
|Doko Demo Issyo||December 03, 2009||Phantasy Star Portable 2 features Toro and Kuro from Doko Demo Issyo as computer-controlled optional party members.||1
|Resonance of Fate||2010||Phantasy Star Portable 2 and Phantasy Star Nova feature downloadable costumes from Resonance of Fate.||2
|A Certain Magical Index||February 24, 2011||Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity features downloadable costumes and a weapon from A Certain Magical Index.||1
|Samurai & Dragons||November 28, 2012||Samurai & Dragons features cards based on characters from the Phantasy Star series.||1
|Soul Sacrifice||August 29, 2013||Soul Sacrifice features downloadable costumes from Phantasy Star Online 2.||2
|Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax||March 18, 2014||Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax features a stage set in the game Phantasy Star Online 2.||1
|Star Ocean||December 11, 2014||Phantasy Star Nova features downloadable costumes from Star Ocean: The Last Hope.||2
|Sega Hard Girls||December 17, 2014||A Rappy from Phantasy Star appears in the Sega Hard Girls episode "It'll Always Be 10 Years Too Early for You!"||1
|Alex Kidd||January 14, 2016||A statue of Alex Kidd appears in Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation Episode 2.||2
|Super Monkey Ball||January 14, 2016||The character Aika in Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation Episode 2 is nicknamed 'Ai Ai'.||3
|Nier||March 2017||Phantasy Star Online 2 features downloadable weapons and costumes from NieR: Automata.||1
|Gravity Rush||February 01, 2017||Gravity Rush 2 features a downloadable costume based on Phantasy Star Online 2.||2|