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Submitted by The Hunter 2172d ago | review

Crispy Gamer: Phantom Brave: We Meet Again Review

Crispy Gamer writes: "Let's face it: Publishers on the Nintendo Wii seem more interested in making a fast buck off waggle-enabled shovelware than in offering anything original. What Wii owners need is to awaken to the possibilities.

Phantom Brave: We Meet Again could be a gateway drug to strategy role-playing games, like Pool of Radiance was for me back in 1988. That first game set in the Dungeons & Dragons "Forgotten Realms" campaign changed the kinds of games I played forever. Phantom Brave is the same kind of game that can open doors due to its simplicity and accessibility." (Phantom Brave, Wii) -

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