Phantom Breaker To See Title Update In Japan

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Recently, 7Sixty and Southpeak Interactive announced that they would be releasing Mages’ 80%-gals-fighter, Phantom Breaker, in North America. The North American release of the game will come in a limited edition containing a mini strategy guide, desk calendar and two double-sided posters.

 

To coincide with the North American release of the game, Mages will be releasing a title update for the Japanese version. Details of this, they say, will be provided at a later date. 

 

Phantom Breaker is slated for release on the Xbox 360 on March 6th in North America.


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