Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle Review (PSP)

Posted on April 26, 2011 by
Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle Review (PSP)

Review by Dustin Hill

"Seven years after the original release of Phantom Brave and after travelling across two very different systems, Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle lands squarely on the PSP with extra content, cheerful game play and the quest to get to level 9,999. For the uninitiated, a strategy RPG varies from a traditional and action RPG in that rather than being placed in a static spot and fighting from there, you move around a turn-based field to engage each enemy. Troop placement, hazards on the field, landscape design and enemy/player abilities all play a part in the outcome of what could be described as a very flashy, and possibly easier, game of chess. Phantom Brave offers all of the above and more. In fact, the creators claim that it's the only RPG that allows you to, Do anything you want! and they just might be right."

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