Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds PS Vita Game Delayed 1 Week

posted on 2014-07-30 16:13 EDT
5pb. games announced on Tuesday that the PlayStation Vita game Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds will not be released until August 5 in North America and July 30 in Europe. The Kurisu DLC will not be available for download until August 6. The company cited the delay was due to "reasons."

5pb./MAGES originally announced the game for release on July 29.

5pb./MAGES describes the game:

A mysterious man known as the Phantom has awakened and hatches a plan to unseal his dark powers. By giving ancient weapons known as the F.A. (Fu-mantion Artifacts) to youths with special abilities, he convinces them to battle each other with the promise to grant the wishes of the victors. However, each time the Fu-mantion Artifacts are used in battle, the space-time continuum weakens. This creates a rift between two parallel worlds, which will inevitably unseal the Phantom's powers.

Waka, the daughter of the Kumon Family, a clan tasked with protecting the world from the Phantom, and her friend Mikoto, attempt to stop him. However, the Phantom manages to escape and kidnaps Waka's younger sister, Nagi. Waka and Mikoto, along with Itsuki, the self-proclaimed “Ally of Justice" and Yuzuha, a ninja unpersuaded by the lure of the Phantom, set off to rescue Nagi and stop his nefarious plan.

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds shipped in Japan for the PlayStation Vita on March 13.

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