Sega announces Phantasy Star Nova for PlayStation Vita

Developed by Tri-Ace.

Sega has announced a new entry in the Phantasy Star series.

During Sony Computer Entertainment Japan's press conference this morning, Sega took to the stage to unveil Phantasy Star Nova for PlayStation Vita, due out in Japan in 2014.

Nova takes place in the same universe as Phantasy Star Online 2 but is focused on offline single-player. However, you can play co-op online with up to three friends.

The developer is Tri-Ace, the Japanese creator of the Star Ocean series.

Sony is yet to confirm plans to release the game in the West.

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