Prinny Presents NIS Classics Volume 1 Available Now

Written by Contributor

September 1, 2021

Two classic RPGs are making a comeback with Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1, dood! Dive into island adventures and summon forth powerful allies in Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle Remastered, and carve out your dark legend alongside an army of your own design in Soul Nomad & the World Eaters.

Each feature unique gameplay mechanics, up-scaled artwork, and all DLC from the original releases, making this a collection you don’t want to miss!

Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol.1 is available now on Nintendo Switch.

Soul Nomad & the World Eaters is also now available for PC.

Soul Nomad & the World Eaters
Gig and the gang are back to spread destruction! Utilize customizable “Rooms” to assemble and experiment with different team builds with over 25 different unit types such as Knight, Archer, Nereid, and Griphos Knight. Make impactful choices that change the outcome of the story, scout out battle conditions prior to combat, and even kidnap or do battle with the townsfolk!

Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle Remastered
On a small, lonely island in Ivoire lives Ash, a Phantom who lost his life in battle, and Marona, who has the ability to communicate with Phantoms. Sometimes, Marona receives Bottlemails that float along the sea.

Marona, who lost her parents when she was very young, makes her living by completing the requests inside the Bottlemails as a Chroma, a person who accepts freelance work to solve problems for people. However, because of her abilities, the people call her the “Possessed.” Even if she completes her work, some clients will hesitate to pay her the reward because of her reputation.

Still, Marona stays optimistic and follows what her parents told her long ago: “Help people, and someday everyone will start to like you.” Her goal is to save enough money to buy Phantom Isle, which she’s currently renting. Like a subtle wave in the sea, the adventures of Marona and Ash are about to begin.

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