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Submitted by Cat 1791d ago | review

Phantom Brave: We Meet Again - ZTGD Review

ZeroTolerance writes: Nippon Ichi is known for quirky Japanese fare that often times involve exploding penguins. However, they do have a serious side, and that was showcased in their PS2 release known as Phantom Brave. Fast forward to 2009 and the Wii is severely lacking an RPG that owners of the system can enjoy. Phantom Brave: We Meet Again is in essence the same game that released on PS2, but with some added missions to make a second trip worth the investment. Phantom Brave is one of the best candidates seeing as most have never heard of the series, and Wii owners looking for an RPG will likely take notice thanks to the lack of titles on the console. Thankfully they are in luck as Phantom Brave is essentially a serious version of Disgaea with enough originality to make it stand all on its own. (Phantom Brave, Wii) 8/10

knox  +   1791d ago
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