Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle coming in March

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NIS America announced yesterday that Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle will be released for PSP (UMD and PSN) next March.  This is actually a port of the previously-released Wii version, but will have a few PSP exclusive features.  The strategy-RPG allows for "hardcore character customization" and allows you to create units and "power them up ... exponentially."   Does it sound like your cup of tea?  Read more at the official site for NIS America.


Santa Ana, CA (Nov 16, 2010) – NIS America announced today Phantom Brave: The
Hermuda Triangle for the PlayStation® Portable will make its way to North American
retailers in March 2011 for both UMD and PlayStation® Network. For the European
fans, Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle will be available on PlayStation® Network
in March 2011.

Released in 2004, Phantom Brave revolutionized the strategy RPG genre with its unique
free roaming battle fields and unit summoning system called “CONFINE.” Now Phantom
Brave returns to a new console with added features, characters, and bonus story
chapters. Everything from the original game will be carried over, so gamers who haven’t
played Phantom Brave on the PlayStation® 2 system can fully enjoy this title. Phantom
Brave: The Hermuda Triangle is a port of Wii version with additional cameo characters
exclusive to the PSP version!

About Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle
Phantom Brave is a turn based strategy RPG that incorporates unique battle styles and a
hardcore character customization system. Players can create units from a list of
monster/ghost categories and power them up to exponentially.

Battle System
There are two main phases to Phantom Brave’s battle system. The first phase is the
Confine phase. Marona, the protagonist of this game, can summon ghosts and
monsters as battle units to fight for her. However, in order to do so she must “confine”
souls into objects on the battlefield like rocks, plants, and items. Depending on what
object you use as the host, the stats of the units you summon will greatly differ. Some
units become stronger on certain objects, so knowing your spirits’ characteristics
becomes a very important strategic element.
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