Currently available in demo form on the Japanese PSN site, Phantasy Star Portable has moved more than half a million units since its release in Japan. Either PSP players are hungry for anything at this point, or maybe, just maybe, someone has decided to confront the Monster Hunter craze. Honestly it wouldn't take much; the guys at the DailyGame bunker tried the Monster Hunter titles to see what all the fuss what about, and within 20 minutes realized why the Japanese market likes things like this and we western gamers don't: detail. For Japanese players it's all about the details. And detail this is something that Phantasy Star Portable has locked up.