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6.1* out of 10

Phantom Dust

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Overall 7
Features 7
Gameplay 7
Graphics 8
Sound 7
Lifespan 7

Phantom Dust

Gaming Target
13 June 2005

Phantom Dust

The Armchair Empire
24 May 2005
  • Conclusion: that each seems to have: the ruins. With dust all over, everybody has moved underground to avoid it and the mysterious beings that roam the topside world. But in a search for the truth behind the ruins memory, the Vision, lords of the new land, enlist the skills of the Espers, those who seem to have new special psychic powers at their disposal. Only problem is, if you spend more than 15 minutes aboveground, you lose all your memory.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

30 April 2005
  • Excerpt: If you're a fan of the unusual, Phantom Dust offers one of the most unique experiences on the Xbox. Developed to appeal to the Japanese market, this anime-influenced title is stylish, odd, and addicting. As a game unique in the American market, this budget title will devour hours of time for the people willing to give it a shot despite a style that is decidedly outside the mainstream. Read our full review for details.
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Overall 9

Phantom Dust

Game Over Online
26 April 2005
  • Excerpt: An unnatural apocalypse that devastates the surface of the planet. A ragtag group of survivors furiously struggling to survive against immense odds. Missions and strikes launched from underground shelters to fight against relentless enemies. No, I'm not describing another chapter of The Matrix or a George Romero movie. Instead, I'm describing the setting for Majesco's futuristic action/"card battle" hybrid that's recently been imported from Japan.
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