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'Phantom Brave' (PS2) Ships to Stores

by Judy on Aug. 31, 2004 @ 1:11 p.m. PDT

NIS America announced today that Phantom Brave, the award winning strategy role-playing game available exclusively for the PlayStation 2, has shipped to North American retailers.

Developed by Nippon Ichi Software, Phantom Brave is exclusive to the PS2. Phantom Brave is a one Player game and rated as "T" (Teen- Violence) by ESRB. Consumers can visit the game's official website at NISAmerica.com for more detailed information.

About Phantom Brave

Set in the year of 921, in a world called Ivoire, lives Marona, a 13-year-old orphaned girl with a special ability to communicate with phantoms. Her ability brings resentment from others, but cheerful and optimistic Marona is not bothered. Marona believes in her parents' teachings that people will one day come to like her as long as she stays compassionate and kind. Now Marona travels throughout Ivoire with her guardian, "Ash the Phantom," to resolve disputes around the world.

In Phantom Brave, players will take on the role of Ash and Marona to complete missions assigned by their clients. Players are not alone in their battles though. Marona is able to create custom Phantom troops that you may manage and control.

Features

  • No battle map grids. Free-roaming battle system allows you to place your characters anywhere on the battle map.
  • Create your custom characters from over 400 different skills and magical spells.
  • 20 heart-warming episodes for over 100 hours of game play.
  • Unlimited variation of dungeon maps to satisfy even the most hardcore gamers.

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