GameSpot writes: "We're getting a Monster Hunter and Dreamcast-era Phantasy Star Online vibe going on, which sits very well with us. If the game's camera and control are tightened up compared to its predecessor, and enough content is packed into the experience, this could be one addictive game when it ships next year. At the moment, the only platform that's been officially confirmed is the Xbox 360. From the sound of it, there should be more information given out at E3 in June. Look for more on the game, including an XBL demo, then".