Free-to-play mobile Phantasy Star game out in Japan

Mobage members from Japan today will be able to get their hands on Phantasy Star Eternal Hunters, a free-to-play mobile game.

The game has you playing as a hunter, who has to investigate a crashed ship. You have to gather reports and all that hunter like stuff. The game changes it up by changing enemies depending on where your GPS location on your phone says you are.

To celebrate the launch, SEGA has released a tie-in item for Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity. The only way to obtain the item is to defeat and gather reports from monsters in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka and Sapporo. After you kill them, they will give you a code. Item pictured below.

[Source: AndriaSang]

SEGA has 2 new Phantasy Star trademarks, we get excited anyway

There are two things that excite me in the world, a good looking girl holding a bottle of beer and upcoming SEGA games. Actually, a good looking girl holding a bottle of beer and a upcoming SEGA game would be ultimate.

SEGA has trademarked two video game names for the Phantasy Star series, Phantasy Star: Eternal Planets and Phantasy Star: Eternal Hunters. Sounds like they will have two versions of the same game? Like Pokemon?

Who knows, but I would not be shocked if this turns out to be a 3DS game. If it is, can it be a RPG and not an online RPG? We have plenty of those!

[Source: Siliconera]
[Thanks: Shaddix]