Summary: Very Hard To Find, but we managed, thanks to Amazon. This was given as a gift to a person holding their breath with anticipation! We were very elated to purchase this video game. Amazon is our #1 choice before ordering anywhere else online.
Summary: Fun game for all ages and makes you think. I just finished the game last week. THis was a nice strategic game similiar to Ogre tactics and FF tactics. The graphics and music were pleasent. It was like an animated Japnic comic strip. Rated Teen, but suitble for 10+. My girls loved playing it also and find it easy to use. The stroy line was simple so the gamer will not get stuck to move along. The only issue is there is sometime of repetition to strenthen your characters.
Summary: 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.
Summary: There aren't many RPGs on Wii to begin with, so when one gets localised, it deserves the full attention of all Wii owners who are fans of the genre. Phantom Brave: We Meet Again is the definitive version of the PS2 classic, and still as good as the original, if not better. So good actually that it got a PSP release.
Summary: Phantom Brave We Meet Again, is a revamped version of the Ps2 release that was so popular. It's similar to the Disgaea games when it comes to character design and story telling. However in phantom brave things are a bit more free flowing and you aren't trapped on a grid. The story is fun, and quirky, the game play is good, if you're a fan of NIS games and haven't tried this one then this is a must own.
Summary: Basically a director's cut version of what is considered the black sheep of Nippon Ichi's Strategy RPG roster, but personally one of my favorites. Never released for us PAL gamers, so if you're lucky enough to own a US Wii then consider yourself lucky and play the damn game, mm-okay?
Summary: Phantom Brave: We Meet Again is a great addition to any SRPG fan's collection. It implements one the best battle systems I've seen in a game all while telling heart-warming (though maybe overly cutesy) tale. Beating your enemies to death with a sunflower while sliding your allies across an ice-themed map like a curling puck proves that the battle dynamics of this game put it in a league above most of SRPGs in terms of fun and strategy.
Summary: 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.
Summary: This game is incredibly deep as far as level and battle mechanics go. The story is kind of unusual in the sense that it is kind of sad throughout the story even though the game has a kind of cute look. This game will certainly not appeal to people without the patience to level grind. This game is for those who love the rewarding feeling of watching your party evolve and become stronger over a period of time.