Summary: Phantom Brave is the spiritual successor to 2003's strategy role-playing game "Disgaea: Hour of Darkness." Enter thirteen-year-old orphan Marona who lives alone on Phantom Isle Island. Marona isn't your average child, as she has the uncanny ability to see and manipulate spirits, one of whom happens to be Ash, a swordsman who died alongside Marona's mother and father. Ash serves as a companion and guardian to Marona, counseling her as she works to help people in the surrounding islands who rely on her abilities. Key Phantom Brave features include: No more grids! Free-roaming battle system allows you to strategically place your characters anywhere you want on the battle field; Create and customize the jobs of your soldiers with over 400 different skills and magical spells; Step-by-step tutorials will have even the novice player up and running in no time; Experience 20 heart-warming episodes spread over 100 hours of game play; Dual language option! Select either the original Japanese voices or the all new English dub. [Atlus Software]
|Developer:||Nippon Ichi Software|
|Genre(s):||Strategy, Turn-Based, Fantasy|
|Number of Players:||1 Player|
|ESRB Descriptors:||Animated Blood Fantasy Violence Mild Language|
|Tenpei Sato||Music Composer|
|Takehito Harada||Art Design|
|Lara Jill Miller||Castille|
|Kirk Thornton||Ringmaster Hamm|
|Mary Elizabeth McGlynn||Sienna/Narration|
|Steven Jay Blum||Walnut|
|Bob Papenbrook||Count Malt/Cauldron/President Hogg|
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