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GamingTrend: Phantom Brave: We Meet Again Review

GamingTrend writes: "Phantom Brave: We Meet Again is a remake of the original Phantom Brave, which was released on the PS2 way back in 2004. We Meet Again retains the original game's storyline, characters and fighting system. However, NIS did upgrade the graphics for the Wii version to run in progressive scan widescreen mode. The text has also been made larger so that it is easier to read and the water in the game has received a slight animated upgrade. Also new to the Wii version is an alternate story mode called "Another Marona". This mode is available from the start of the game and it features an alternate dimension take on the original storyline. Another Marona does add some original content to the Wii version, but it's not really enough to justify a second purchase if you already own the PS2 version." (Phantom Brave, Wii) 75/100

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