Nearly six months after its Japanese release, Phantom Dust is now available for sale across the United States for $19.99. Roughly 500 players have logged on to the game via Xbox Live in its first twelve hours on store shelves. Psyched about the game? Discuss it over in our forums. Want the full list of all 340 skills? Head on over to our skills page. Need to gameplay tips? Hit… Read More »
Think you know everything there is to know about Phantom Dust? Test your knowledge with our exclusive mini-feature, “Phantom Dust A through Z,” where we breakdown some of the hottest and most interesting factoids about the game. And be sure to head over to our skills page and study up on the game’s 300+ skills before its release next week! Aziel – An angel from Hell and what Aura (as in Aura Particles)… Read More »
Some eagle eyes on our forum discovered that online retailer EBGames.com has changed its ship date of Phantom Dust from March 8th to March 15th. After a little fact finding and arm twisting, an employee at publisher Majesco has confirmed the delay. 1UP.com has the scoop.
Phantom Dust will ship to retailers March 15th.
To grieve the delay, head on over to our forums. It is growing by leaps and bounds everyday.
The good news is that Futatsugi’s 1UP.com blog will be updated tomorrow, and Xboxphreaker.com will host a special feature to help you prep for the game’s release: “Phantom Dust A through Z.”
Phantom Dust creator Yukio Futatsugi Yukio Futatsugi has agreed to use 1UP.com as a platform for his web log for the next month. The weekly blog will feature Futatsugi’s personal thoughts on his game Phantom Dust, gameplay advice once the game ships, and his opinions on the current video game industry. Futatsugi’s first blog entry has been posted today. Weekly updates will continue every Friday until the end of March.… Read More »
The April issue of Japanese magazine Famitsu Xbox has hit newsstands and includes a number of interesting tidbits about Phantom Dust. In a interview director Yukio Futatsugi mentions the U.S. version of the game will essentially be the same as the Japanese version except that the “boss effects” have been altered. It’s unclear what this means at this point. And a bit of bad news for hardworking Xbox Live players… Read More »