The ’00s is now sufficiently old to be ‘basic gaming’
If you fancy filling your summer time with a healthy dose of mid-’00s journey, then Nippon Ichi Software (NIS) has you lined. The writer has introduced a launch date for Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1, which hits PC and Switch in North America August 31, with Europe following on September 3.
Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 contains two anime-happy adventures. The first title is Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle Remastered. This 2010 Sony PSP journey is itself a remastered version of the 2004 PS2 launch, and sees a spirited orphan woman and her ghost pal defend their world from a terrifying demonic drive. This version of Phantom Brave is predicted to be the identical launch that beforehand launched on Steam in 2016.
The second title is Soul Nomad & The World Eaters, an intense, strategy-based RPG that launched on PS2 again in 2007. Players are entrusted with constructing a resourceful and succesful military out of a small-town populace, with an goal to warding off an incoming assault by a military of giants, (the titular “World Eaters”). Soul Nomad‘s inclusion within the Prinny Presents… compilation marks the title’s first-ever western re-release since its humble PS2 origins.
So there you could have it, two comparatively obscure JRPGs repackaged for each PC and Nintendo’s hybrid console. Both video games will make for efficient time-killers “on-the-go,” so this is hoping that this run of retro compilations continues. After all, it’s not like NIS would not have an virtually bottomless effectively of ’00s PS2 releases to cherry-pick from.