Summary: Just a warning, I ordered this new from Amazon and the case had no UMD inside it. I was able to return it and they sent me a replacement copy that, again, was missing the UMD. I returned that asking for a refund but it's been over a month and I've yet to get a response. I ended up downloading the game off PSN and it's great so far. If you played the original PSU you will definitely enjoy it. They've added a lot of new items, mission modes, etc.
Summary: If you get this game because of the opinion that, this is Sega's monster hunter portable,you'll definitely going to be regret,this consider as ARPG and nothing much similar with MHP series except than 4 player coop,nothing to complain for its graphic since it is on PSP,but unacceptable loading speed.
Summary: Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity is an expansion of Phantasy Star Portable 2. There are two episodes within the game. Episode 1 is actually just the entire story of Phantasy Star Portable 2, which was released outside of Japan. Episode 2 is a new story that is a sequel to episode 1. Episode 1 is not a requirement to play Episode 2 nor are there any level requirements, so one can jump in and play Episode 2 right out of the box.
Summary: well the games price was a bit much for a game that was not working the cartridge did not let the CD rotate making it unreadable I did manage the change the cartridge now it works.... but I think I over paid for something that I had to fix myself...other then that very fast delivery...
Summary: Having never played a Phantasy Star Portable title before, and only played Phantasy Star Universe I was a little skeptical on what I could expect. However I'm pleasantly surprised, this version of the franchise offers so much content in the way of story, missions, weapons and armor and much more. For anyone who has played the online version of Phantasy Star Universe its a lot like that, rather that PSU's limited offline mode.