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Phantom Brave: We Meet Again

4.7 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
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  • Features new story chapters, characters, items, better graphics, and a revamped UI
  • New characters and hidden secrets will be revealed with newly recorded voice overs
  • Turn based strategy RPG that incorporates unique battle styles and a hardcore character customization system
  • Players can create units from a number of monster/ghost categories and power them up to an exponential number
  • Contains free roaming style battlefields and randomly generated dungeons giving incredible replay value

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Released in 2004 Phantom Brave revolutionized the strategy RPG genre with its unique free roaming battle fields and a unit summoning system called "CONFINE". Now Phantom Brave returns to a new console with added features and extra chapter stories. Everything from the original game will be carried over, so gamers who haven't played Phantom Brave can fully enjoy this title. The Story: A world of vast seas and small island continents, Ivoire existed in peace and harmony. Ancient mystic forces with forgotten powers now threaten the existence of man kind. Islands, once flourishing with life, now lie as empty waste lands. Remaining decadent cities are corrupted by unnatural events and violence. The shadow of darkness is slowly, but surely, engulfing the world of Ivoir. 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.

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Release date August 11, 2009
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4.7 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #16,041 in videogames
#662 in Video Games > Wii > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
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I've played several tactical (or strategy) RPG's in the past: Final Fantasy Tactics, FFT Advance, FFT A2: Grimoire of the Rift, an Onimusha strategy game (briefly), and two different Tactics Ogre games. All of those games I just listed are grid-based, but Phantom Brave: We Meet Again (Wii) goes against convention in that and several other ways.

First of all, moving your characters around on a battlefield isn't done in an exact way like in grid-based strategy games; you can move your characters anywhere within a projected circle, and you can often move them several times in the same turn. You can even hop on top of other characters (including enemies), items on the field, etc. Under slippery terrain conditions your characters could go sliding across the field - and off of ledges - if you aren't especially careful. Fortunately in most you cases you can press the cancel button and try placing your character any number of times, and placement is KEY since attacks are performed within a three dimensional area whose effectiveness is determined by width as well as height.

Secondly, characters aren't simply placed where you want (with some limitations) before the start of a battle; all of the "warriors" at your disposal are "phantoms," and - as such - have to be "confined" to objects on the battlefield. It's this particular quirk that REALLY sets Phantom Brave apart. Let's say that there's a rock and a weed nearby; confining a phantom to the rock would replace it with the selected character (ready for battle) and change their stats according to the benefits and drawbacks of said object.
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Phantom Brave: We Meet Again is a strategic role-playing game whose gently melancholic storyline hides a staggering depth of play. The story itself isn't groundbreaking. 13-year-old Marona has been left orphaned by the death of her parents who worked as Chromas (essentially, mercenaries who fight monsters). At their death at the hands of a demon named Sulfur, their final spell left Ash, their apprentice, stuck between life and death as a phantom. Ash now serves as Marona's guardian, which is a mixed blessing - the locals for whom Marona works fear her spectral connections and revile her as "The Possessed Chroma", frequently insulting her or cheating her of her pay. Still, Marona's innocent faith and affection seem to be seeing her through the hard times with Ash. But now, Sulfur's minions are reappearing, and things are getting dangerous....

The gameplay, of course, involves Ash, Marona and her phantom friends fighting said minions on the way to a showdown with Sulfur. But the real fun comes in more than just leveling up. Each character not only levels, but has a level for each move they learn. Then, their weapons level up as well, as well as each of *their* skills and moves. And to top it off, you can "fuse" weapons to other weapons to form even stronger ones, fuse characters together to, for example, give a fighter healing abilities as well, or even fuse weapons to characters (handy if they get disarmed during a fight and lose the skills from their main weapon). There's great fun in trying to figure out if combining your character's sword with, say, a fish will be a step forward or back. (Yes, some of the weapons are, shall we say, unusual.)

If there's any complaint about the Wii version of Phantom Brave, it's certainly not that you don't get your money's worth.
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Synopsis: You are trying to scratch out a living as a Chroma, doing odd jobs for money and aided by your phantom friends. Phatom Brave: We Meet Again is a tactical game where you fight enemies by confining phantoms to objects.

+ Unique idea for a game
+ Strategic fighting (requires tact and planning ahead to win)
+ Hundreds of possible weapon choices (each weapon has their own set of abilities to learn / master / level up)
+ Hundreds of possible confining choices (each with individual bonuses they will grant the confined phantom, weed= +int&spd, -hp&def)
+ Combining items! (if the weapons weren't complex enough, you can combine items to give them new stats, new abilities, new bonuses)
+ Combining characters! (Like a characters stats, want better stats, or maybe take an ability or make him easier to level, combine!)
+ Difficult (not something you can blow through, you will have to train up each character and maximize weapons to get through parts)
+ Hundreds of unique characters (defeat enemies, recruit them later as phantoms! With unique skills, abilities, etc)
+ Depth (the sheer complexity and depth of each item equipped, confined to, titles and the characters, is astounding)
+ Different Areas (a huge variety of neat islands on which to fight, some with 3 places others with +6)
+ Random Dungeons (you can create a randomly generated dungeon in which to battle your way through, in case you get tired of the islands)

- Only Fighting (you advance the story line with a little talking cutscene and start fighting at the next place)
- No exploring (technically you've got an island that you are free to move about, and large levels in which do battle, but it's not free-range.
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