Three of SEGA’s era-defining Phantasy Star RPGs join SEGA Forever all in one single app! Venture boldly into unguarded wilds armed with magic as you prepare to face creepy dungeons, catastrophic floods, and exploding planets! Fight with swords, knives, bows, and even your wits. You live and die by them. Do you have what it takes to defeat the likes of Head Rot, Pug Hit, and Slugmess in order to restore peace to the Algol Star System?

Phantasy Star II
Mota, a once peaceful tropical paradise and the shining jewel of the Algol Star System, is facing terrible oppression at the hands of an unknown evil. Planet-trot with friends, solve a twisted riddle, and be ready to die!

Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom
It’s been a millennium since Laya’s hordes battled Orakio’s cyborg armies. Civilized man was almost destroyed… and the Dark Forces still remain. Embark on a journey so vast, it spans the life of three generations!"

Phantasy Star IV
This is the explosive magic and monster packed finale to the incredible Phantasy Star saga. An ancient, hideous Dark Force stalks the Algol Star System. You, a young hunter, are destined to become Motavia’s greatest warrior, striking the deathblow that destroys evil forever!

- PLAY FREE with ad-support or ad-free via In-App Purchase
- SAVE YOUR GAMES – save your progress at any point in the game.
- HAPTIC SUPPORT – get into the game with responsive button presses
- CONTROLLER SUPPORT – MFi compatible controllers

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What’s New

Version 4.1.0

Bug fixes and refinements

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
467 Ratings

467 Ratings

swordzman0611 ,

3-for-1 steal? Maybe not, but...

The lost Phantasies are back, with a vengeance.

I was one of the few that bought PSII as a standalone app many, many moons ago. To have III & IV make a triumvirate is certainly awesome. But this is exactly what complicates the relationship between players and developers that bundle their works. Maybe we want one game without the others. Maybe we’re glad to have all this rare stuff in a nice little box. Newbies will love the price, but we who have already invested at least SOMETHING into this (US$2.99, I think it was) now need to invest just a little more. All told, it’s going to be about $8 for me, and that leaves a sour taste in the mouth, if you get where I am going. Make the pricing less vague and split ‘em up. Let Apple bundle things for you. They’re all good games. It’s a shame the series did not develop further as standalone console RPGs. Still a good buy and worth the pickup.

RPGS fan ,

Great blast from the past!

It's hard to believe this game came out in 1989! Back then it was the largest cartridge game ever but memory was still a limitation so it came with a 100 page manual with maps, hints, descriptions of weapons, techniques, etc. The iOS port is pretty much an exact replica so I recommend finding that info on the web (unless you like frustration!) One cool addition is the cloud save feature which literally lets you save your game anywhere! I even saved the game during the closing credits! It's a good thing too as the regular 'data save' feature quit working about halfway through. The most annoying thing was the control buttons blocking large portions of the screen. I didn't find out until my last day playing that you could adjust the opacity! Oh well... Another bug I found: whenever I tried to use the Neisword to return to Lutz, the game froze and I had to exit and restart from my last save. (I am on an iPad with 10.3.3). I just used Hinas to get back so it wasn't a big deal. Five stars to Sega for allowing me to relive a small portion of my youth! One more thing, I paid to remove the ads and there was only one Sega ad that would pop up when you first start the game. Not as annoying as the reviews led me to believe.

Dsparse ,

Ugh, the ads, ugh the ads

The game itself, at least the fourth installment is fun and works as it should so far. The problem comes when the ads enter the picture. I’m all for company’s making money but WTH Sega. Every time you save a game you have to watch a video that is 15-30 seconds. This may not sound like much but it kills the momentum of the game. To make matters worse the ads won’t play until I put the game in the background then resume. This makes the ads even more tedious and make me not want to play one of my favorite games of all time, sigh. Shaking my head in severe disappointment.


Sega America
162.2 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
In-App Purchases
  1. Premium Upgrade (PSII) $1.99
  2. Premium Upgrade (PSIII) $1.99
  3. Remove non-SEGA Ads in all $4.99


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