In a press release today, NIS America announced that Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle is now available for North American PSPs via download and retail. The European release, which is PSN only, will follow on March 16. Content previously added for the Wii version, We Meet Again, is also included in The Hermuda Triangle.
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The PSP version of Phantom Brave, subtitled as The Hermuda Triangle, has been give a launch timeframe in the United States and Europe. In a recent press release, NIS America confirmed that US retail and download copies would be available in March, with the European release, also in March, exclusive to PlayStation Network. As previously stated, The Hermuda Triangle will include all the content from the Wii adaptation, plus new bonuses added for the jump to PSP.
Nippon Ichi unveiled several screenshots of the upcoming PSP port of Phantom Brave, alongside plenty of juicy tidbits about what to expect from the added content. Apart from features added in the jump from the PS2 to the Wii, the PSP version will include an additional scenario not present in earlier versions of the game. The new scenario, accessible after clearing the game, features Marona and Ash chasing down the heroes they recruited to help save the world and telling them they’re no longer needed. This segment will include five heroes from other Nippon Ichi games, including Unlosing Ranger from ZHP and Prinny from Disgaea.
Phantom Brave PSP is due for an October 28 release at retailers and as a direct download. No word has been given about a US release.
NISA has announced that the release of Phantom Brave: We Meet Again has been slightly delayed. The game will be out on August 14.
Courtesy of a NIS America press release, a launch date of August 11 has been announced for Phantom Brave: We Meet Again. Apart from four new story chapters and a new character, the Nintendo Wii adaptation of Phantom Brave will be packaged with a digital art disc, containing a variety of artwork files, character illustrations, and so on. Experienced Phantom Brave players can jump straight into the new chapters if they wish.
Y’know what the hardest thing about getting back into Oblivion is? Other than downloading more in mods than the size of the actual game, or getting the stupid things to work right? Planning your character, man. You gotta throw out everything you know about conventional RPG grinding to max out your stats in Oblivion. It’s dumb and wrong and yet when you figure it out it feels so… well, okay, actually it still feels dumb and wrong, but it’s all worth it to crush some poor schmuck’s weapon arm in one go, take the weapon he was using, and use it to dismember him. But I digress.
In today’s media update: Crimson Gem Saga, Dragon Quest IX, Dragon Quest Wars, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Persona PSP, Phantom Brave Wii, and Super Robot Wars NEO. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 06/13/09’ »
Gather ’round y’all, we got a lot to go through today. Atlus is dominating the media for today, and we bet they can dominate it for the week too. All they have to do is stay focused and stop wearing pants. NIS America’s gonna try to put a stop to their fun, though. The three of you familiar with Get Your War On should appreciate that previous bit. Anyway, on to the media: A Witch’s Tale, Ys Online: Call of Solum, Dokapon Journey, Devil Summoner 2, Crimson Gem Saga, Knights in the Nightmare, Class of Heroes, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor,
Dissidia Cross Edge, and Phantom Brave Wii. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 04/08/09’ »
Screenshots, ahoy! More walls of text in that made-up language from so-called “Japan” than you can shake a stick at! For today: Phantom Brave Wii, Dragon Quest IX, and Suikoden Tierkreis. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots 03/02/09’ »
Hoooo, but do we have the screens today. Hot off the presses: Phantasy Star 0, Disgaea 2 Portable, Sacred Blaze, Dragon Quest IX, Little King’s Story, 7th Dragon, Phantom Brave Wii, The Pitt DLC for Fallout 3, and Spectrobes: Origins. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 02/23/09’ »