Phantasy Star Generation 2 FAQ
What is it?
Phantasy Star Generation 2 is a remake of the game Phantasy Star II, originally released for the Sega Mega Drive in 1989, for the Sony PlayStation 2. It was remade by 3D AGES, a joint venture between Sega and D3 Publisher, as the 17th title of the Sega Ages 2500 series of games.
There are too many changes to list here, so I suggest you check the Changes FAQ.
Will it be translated?
Short answer: No, not officially.
Long answer: Originally Conspiracy Entertainment had a licensing agreement with 3D AGES to localise and release all of their remakes in the USA and Europe. Because Sony deemed the titles to be low-quality for the overseas market, the plan was to release them in bundles. One of these bundles was going to be Phantasy Star Trilogy, containing the remakes of Phantasy Star, Phantasy Star II and Phantasy Star IV. But the remake of Phantasy Star IV was never released, and the licensing agreement expired. In the end, only one bundle was released as Sega Classics Collection.
What about Phantasy Star III?
Phantasy Star III has never been considered for a remake. Why is anyone's guess.