Well it's more like an Overview/Retrospective of the game's official life span before it died and unlike Nerdslayer's previous Death of a Game videos, this isn't about how a game failed but how it lived its life before dying off.
I was waiting for Austin Eruption's big review of this game first but he's focusing on FFXIV now, so I'm kind of glad this sort of in depth look into the game's lifespan came out. By the way, if you're wondering why he's calling PSO an MORPG and dropped the Massive part of the acronym, well as he literally mentions that in that very video, his reasoning is described on his video about Final Fantasy XIV and why he calls it that as well.
Long story short: the large amount of instances of making you play with a 4-man party compared to fitting a HUGE amount of players at any given time is a Huge difference in how Japanese MMORPGs are designed compared to something like WoW.
Writing of that, ever since Asmongold started to play Final Fantasy, I started to listen to his reaction videos to other people's videos about the news of the MMORPG, guides for Final Fantasy, the comparisons between that game and WoW, and general discussions about how he's playing and enjoying the game with his stream. All of that was pretty nice to listen to while I do my dailies in NGS, especially his reaction to comparison videos where he gave his own commentary about his actual experience in WoW and gives a different insight into what it's really like to play the game or compared to how he played it.
Basically this is what I want Anamana to do with Nerdslayer's video about PSO since I want to hear what he has to say while Nerd gives out his explanation of the game's lifespan and how it changes. This is in no way to try to get Anamana to be like Asmongold where he makes a large amount of reaction videos to his fellow WoW and new fellow FFXIV creators. But I would like to hear his experiences of playing PSO during the other video to get a somewhat double history lesson of PSO, one from a research/personal perspective, and the other a purely personal perspective of the game.
By the way, how many of you have Phantasy Star Zero for the DS and still have it like me?