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Phantom Brave: We Meet Again by Atlus




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  • Fantasy Violence
  • Mild Language
  • Mild Suggestive Themes
  • Use of Alcohol
Phantom Brave: We Meet Again is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 7.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Atlus
  • Developer: Atlus U.S.A
  • Category: Role-Playing
  • Players:1 Player

Product Details:

Phantom Brave revolutionized the strategy RPG genre with its unique free-roaming battle fields and innovative "CONFINE" unit summoning system. Now, Phantom Brave comes to Wii with enhancements, added features and content, and an expanded story. Colorful, witty, and addictively challenging, Phantom Brave delivers incredibly intricate, finely-balanced strategic gameplay that compliments a fantastical tale of courage and duty. Already one of the highest reviewed strategy RPGs of all-time, this Wii release is certain to win over a whole new host of fans!

  • Enhanced and expanded - With all new features exclusive to this Wii release, including new story chapters, a streamlined user interface, graphical improvements, and new items, skills and characters, this is the definitive version of one of the highest rated strategy RPGs ever. Over 100 hours of gameplay!
  • Unique Strategy RPG gameplay - The innovative "CONFINE" unit summoning system allows for nearly limitless gameplay combination. Players can summon ghosts and monsters as battle units by confining souls into objects on the battlefield like rocks, plants, and items. Depending on the object, the end result may differ dramatically
  • Advanced character customization - Master a hardcore character customization system in which players can create units from a number of list of monster/ghost categories and power them up in a variety of ways, allowing for tons of replayability


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Number of Players
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    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best strategy game ever Game is amazing played it on ps2 beat it and never wanted to let it go this game you can play over and over again just for the fun of it, story is great plus who doesn't like strategy games? ima getting this for the wii for the extra story line and i want to beat that to. this game and disgaea are great you will never get bored
    Date published: 2012-12-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can you brave it? YEEEAAAAH! Phantom brave is a tactical RPG, a rare treat for wii owners. The game plays similar to Disgaea (it is a spinoff afterall) except that you only control Marona, who in turn is able to summon up to 8 phantoms on the field at a time. This number changes depending on equipment, as each weop takes up a phantom slot on the field. Confining phantoms to different items or weopons enhances, or decreases there stats. There are various kinds, such as tanks, mages, dungeon monks, and merchants. The story is pretty unique and int5eresting and the voice acting is good for the most part, but the graphics may turn some people away. This is a port of a PSP title, and it definitely shows. there is a somewhat steep learning curve, and the game can get pretty brutal at times, but as you learn you realize easy ways to level up quickly. There is only one hub world and the only equipment you have are weopons, but there are some great times to be had here.
    Date published: 2012-10-24
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bad battle system with a good storyline This is an overalll good game storyline wise, but why does it take Marona about three billion battles just to level up once? Also I find it funny that Ash can be at level100 and everyone else is at level 3. The battle sysytem isn't good (although I can't complain since I haven't played the game 'til now) and about the only way I could win starting out is the out of bounds tactic. Other than these flaws, the game has good storylines (if you're willing to torture yourself through the horrible battle system) Have fun, or go run XD
    Date published: 2011-07-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game Made Better! This game is great. I had the original game on the PS2. The gameplay system and storyline is wonderful. Whoever said it was dumb, didn't play long enough. Yes Marona is not the strongest of characters, that is part of the challenge. Like any RPG game you have to choose which characters to buff up by using them most and which get left off. You have to find that balance between having a really strong character that can't be beat and yet making sure you have enough strongish characters to defeat all of the bullies. One great part of the game is that you can replay levels. So if you unlock a new type of player you want to use you can take that player to the old levels where he actually has a chance to earn experience. The story follows a pattern and introduces you to many great characters. The new chapters adds length to an already full game. It's just great! .
    Date published: 2009-12-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun,Creative RPG A Tale to be told, The game starts off somewhere in the past with a meaningless battle that show you how to do basic commands.The tutorials are dragged out...but once your past them the game gets going at a steady pace.So you start off on an island and befriend a girl named marona btw your a ghost "phantom" you were previously killed by a monster.So you team up with this girl who has the powers to talk to ghosts and summon them hence the title "phantom brave". The story is sort of strange and all sorts of confusing but its creative so what the heck.The controls in this game arent so bad but the camera and clustered land developement can't get annoying.The graphics are'nt an improvement at all but graphics don't make a game alone.The music is your typical music, repetitive and simple nothing wrong there.The voice acting is sort of bad but you can turn it off.The battle system is were it gets really good. Its a strange unique battle system where you have to summon ghosts to fight along side you.You can even create ghosts using the main girl on her home island in between battles.There is alot of customization for stats,name,race,type of fighter in the game you can even get monsters.To summon things you need to use objects/mostly plants and such on a map once again a unique battle system that gets you thinking.The game isn't very hard in the begining but it jumps around some parts are harder then others but theres wayst o make it easy if your having a hard time.Overall its a solid game, a little strange but if your an rpg/tactic game fan you should definatly pick this one up for some fun.The price is also a plus only ** bucks new and ** used you can get some bonus material like an audio/art cd i think.
    Date published: 2009-09-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nippon Ichi never fails This game has so much to offer. It has the best storyline and graphics aside from Disgaea and the tales series. There is so much you can do, customize and etc. Making characters is where you choose an character distribute points and give him/her a name for them self. Disgaea and this game have so much in common. All except this is working on traditional tactical rpg gameplay but with turn based gameplay to offer more of a challenge to the player. There is no grid and characters can move freely with restrictions of how far but none of the less you have to plan out your strategy before jumping into it. Much like Disgaea you will be level grinding alot. It could be to pass a boss or to just become the strongest character with the best equipment. Do if yooure a fan of disgaea then definetely pick this up.
    Date published: 2009-08-23
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from I underestimated this game This is by far the worst RPG game ever! This game is not worth buying at all. The main character only has powers to change plants or trees into characters and they have 5 turns till they disappear and you can't pick them again. I shouldn't of bought this game and no one else should. I played this for like an hour and I didn't like it. Don't let the video fool you. I guess it fooled me because of all the cool attacks and what not, but it never discussed that the main character has to "confine" plants or trees to transform to the main characters that is provided for you. It has that 3-D look like street fighter with a 2-D characters. The attacks that the characters can do on this is cool and the graphics is nice, but the only thing that killed this game is bringing your characters to life. If they took that out, this game would of been a "must buy." If anyone wants a real rpg game, I suggest you wait in the near future because there is a game that will come out sometime around September and it has online wi-fi. So you basically have a teammate on your side. NIS America company, at least create a good rpg game because the main character can't do any damage to anyone, which is an embarrassment for the main character. If she's out numbered and with low health, how can she revive?
    Date published: 2009-08-19
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