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-->reason: Phantasy Star Online/Zero/Universe are commonly mistaken for MM Os, but are much more like four-to-six-player online roguelikes.
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->reason: Phantasy Star Online/Zero/Universe are commonly mistaken for MM Os, but are much more like four-to-six-player online roguelikes.
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As I mentioned in the \'\'PhantasyStarOnline\'\' article, \'\'PSO\'s\'\' \
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As I mentioned in the \\\'\\\'PhantasyStarOnline\\\'\\\' article, \\\'\\\'PSO\\\'s\\\'\\\' \\\"massively multiplayer online\\\" aspect of the game was \\\'\\\'strongly\\\'\\\' hyped by Sega in its advertisements. PSO is also credited as one of the inspirations used for the Dot Hack series.

Thousands of people still play PSO and PSU in Japan, and they saw similar numbers when servers were active elsewhere in the world. I\\\'m making note of my objections in case ThatTroper comes around to sweep them under the rug again.
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[[TrevMUN Trev-MUN]]: An UnknownTroper attempted to sweep the PhantasyStar related MMOs under the rug:
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[[TrevMUN Trev-MUN]]: An UnknownTroper attempted to sweep the PhantasyStar related [=MMOs=] under the rug:
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As I mentioned in the \'\'PhantasyStarOnline\'\' article, \'\'PSO\'s\'\' \
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As I mentioned in the \\\'\\\'PhantasyStarOnline\\\'\\\' article, \\\'\\\'PSO\\\'s\\\'\\\' \\\"massively multiplayer online\\\" aspect of the game was \\\'\\\'strongly\\\'\\\' hyped by Sega in its advertisements. PSO is also credited as one of the inspirations used for the Dot Hack series.

Thousands of people still play PSO and PSU in Japan, and they saw similar numbers when servers were active elsewhere in the world. I\\\'m making note of my objections in case ThatTroper comes around to sweep them under the rug again.
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None of the PhantasyStar games qualify as Roguelikes (which ThatTroper attempted to pigeonhole them as), and there is nothing about the games that disqualifies them as MMOs; the gameplay model of their online components have a number of things in common with games like GuildWars, which are unquestioningly MMORPGs--and yet ThatTroper didn\'t try to remove GuildWars from the list and place it in the Roguelike index.
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None of the PhantasyStar games qualify as Roguelikes (which ThatTroper attempted to pigeonhole them as), and there is nothing about the games that disqualifies them as [=MMOs=]; the gameplay model of their online components have a number of things in common with games like GuildWars, which are unquestioningly [=MMORPGs=]--and yet ThatTroper didn\\\'t try to remove GuildWars from the list and place it in the Roguelike index.
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As I mentioned in the \'\'PhantasyStarOnline\'\' article, \'\'PSO\'s\'\' \
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As I mentioned in the \\\'\\\'PhantasyStarOnline\\\'\\\' article, \\\'\\\'PSO\\\'s\\\'\\\' \\\"massively multiplayer online\\\" aspect of the game was \\\'\\\'strongly\\\'\\\' hyped by Sega in its advertisements. PSO is also credited as one of the inspirations used for the Dot Hack series.

Thousands of people still play PSO and PSU in Japan, and they saw similar numbers when servers were active elsewhere in the world. I\\\'m making note of my objections in case ThatTroper comes around to sweep them under the rug again.
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