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Submitted by Wriggy 2082d ago | review

SFX-360: Phantom Brave: We Meet Again Review

SFX-360 writes: "Released August 14, 2009, Phantom Brave: We Meet Again is a port of the 2004 PS2 tactical RPG classic developed and published by Nippon Ichi Software. Known for its deep combat system and quirky characters, Phantom Brave gained the subtitle "We Meet Again" (and a brand new audience) when it was brought stateside. Being a bit apprehensive of the "quirky cuteness factor" of the heavy anime stylized game, I approached Phantom Brave with a somewhat open mind and clear afternoon. Even clutching one eye closed in anticipation of a j-pop nightmare, I was surprised by what I found while exploring Phantom Isle.

There's nothing quite like the love between a child and her parents, but Marona's parents literally took that love to the grave. After a fragment of a being named Sulphur attacked Marona's parents and their coworker Ash on the Isle of Evil (/eye roll), their dying wish was for the aforementioned Ash to watch over their daughter..." (Phantom Brave, Wii) 7.0/10

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