History VideoGame / PhantomDust

28th Jan '18 8:30:54 PM nombretomado
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''Phantom Dust'' is a highly original [[ActionRPG action-RPG]] brought into the world by [[MicrosoftStudios Microsoft Game Studios]] for the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}, directed by ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon'' series creator Yukio Futatsugi. The core gameplay consists of building "[[CollectibleCardGame arsenals]]," each composed of thirty different skills of your choice. There are 320 such skills to choose from, plus the mandatory aura capsules you need to insert in your arsenal to use these skills. Like [[MagicTheGathering Magic: The Gathering]], most skills require a specific amount of aura to use. Once the skill is used, your aura level goes down and starts to recharge. This is to prevent mad spamming of powerful skills. [[JustifiedTutorial With the exception of the beginning of the game]], you are randomly given four of these skills to each of your four main buttons (A, B, X, Y), plus three more random ones positioned near your spawn point that you can switch out with skills that you can't use at the moment or have been used up. Once you use one of the three, another random one will appear in its place until you've had access to all thirty of your skills/aura capsules.

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''Phantom Dust'' is a highly original [[ActionRPG action-RPG]] brought into the world by [[MicrosoftStudios [[Creator/MicrosoftStudios Microsoft Game Studios]] for the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}, directed by ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon'' series creator Yukio Futatsugi. The core gameplay consists of building "[[CollectibleCardGame arsenals]]," each composed of thirty different skills of your choice. There are 320 such skills to choose from, plus the mandatory aura capsules you need to insert in your arsenal to use these skills. Like [[MagicTheGathering Magic: The Gathering]], most skills require a specific amount of aura to use. Once the skill is used, your aura level goes down and starts to recharge. This is to prevent mad spamming of powerful skills. [[JustifiedTutorial With the exception of the beginning of the game]], you are randomly given four of these skills to each of your four main buttons (A, B, X, Y), plus three more random ones positioned near your spawn point that you can switch out with skills that you can't use at the moment or have been used up. Once you use one of the three, another random one will appear in its place until you've had access to all thirty of your skills/aura capsules.
2nd Dec '17 6:22:26 AM GGCrono
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->''"Nobody remembers anything. Not when the [[CrapsackWorld world]] [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt changed]]...nor why."''

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->''"Nobody remembers anything. Not when the [[CrapsackWorld world]] [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt changed]]... nor why."''
26th Oct '17 7:09:19 PM Sestren_NK
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At E3 2014, it was suddenly announced that the game would be given a multiplayer-only {{reboot}} for the UsefulNotes/XboxOne by Darkside Game Studios, but was cancelled in 2015 due to budget constraints, which also resulted in Darkside closing down. Microsoft still planned to release the game, but after years of DevelopmentHell, it was revealed in April 2017 that a [[UpdatedRerelease port of the game]] was in the works, and was released the following month for UsefulNotes/XboxOne and Windows 10 as a free-to-play title, with [=XBox=] Play Anywhere support.

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At E3 2014, it was suddenly announced that the game would be given a multiplayer-only {{reboot}} for the UsefulNotes/XboxOne by Darkside Game Studios, but was cancelled in 2015 due to budget constraints, which also resulted in Darkside closing down. Microsoft still planned to release the game, but after years of DevelopmentHell, it was revealed in April 2017 at E3 2016 that a [[UpdatedRerelease port of the game]] was in the works, and was released the following month in May 2017 for UsefulNotes/XboxOne and Windows 10 as a free-to-play title, with [=XBox=] Play Anywhere support.



** Arsenal building is introduced earlier in the single player campaign

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** Arsenal building is introduced earlier in the single player campaigncampaign.



** Skills can also be obtained by starting up the game and logging in, with a special skill if the player logs in four times within a weekly time frame. Said skills can also be purchased as DLC.

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** Skills can also be obtained by starting up the game and logging in, in daily, with a special skill if the player logs in four times within a weekly time frame. Said skills can also be purchased as paid DLC.
26th Oct '17 7:06:13 PM Sestren_NK
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Phantom Dust is a highly original [[ActionRPG action-RPG]] brought into the world by [[MicrosoftStudios Microsoft Game Studios]] for the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}, directed by ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon'' series creator Yukio Futatsugi. The core gameplay consists of building "[[CollectibleCardGame arsenals]]," each composed of thirty different skills of your choice. There are 320 such skills to choose from, plus the mandatory aura capsules you need to insert in your arsenal to use these skills. Like [[MagicTheGathering Magic: The Gathering]], most skills require a specific amount of aura to use. Once the skill is used, your aura level goes down and starts to recharge. This is to prevent mad spamming of powerful skills. [[JustifiedTutorial With the exception of the beginning of the game]], you are randomly given four of these skills to each of your four main buttons (A, B, X, Y), plus three more random ones positioned near your spawn point that you can switch out with skills that you can't use at the moment or have been used up. Once you use one of the three, another random one will appear in its place until you've had access to all thirty of your skills/aura capsules.

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Phantom Dust ''Phantom Dust'' is a highly original [[ActionRPG action-RPG]] brought into the world by [[MicrosoftStudios Microsoft Game Studios]] for the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}, directed by ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon'' series creator Yukio Futatsugi. The core gameplay consists of building "[[CollectibleCardGame arsenals]]," each composed of thirty different skills of your choice. There are 320 such skills to choose from, plus the mandatory aura capsules you need to insert in your arsenal to use these skills. Like [[MagicTheGathering Magic: The Gathering]], most skills require a specific amount of aura to use. Once the skill is used, your aura level goes down and starts to recharge. This is to prevent mad spamming of powerful skills. [[JustifiedTutorial With the exception of the beginning of the game]], you are randomly given four of these skills to each of your four main buttons (A, B, X, Y), plus three more random ones positioned near your spawn point that you can switch out with skills that you can't use at the moment or have been used up. Once you use one of the three, another random one will appear in its place until you've had access to all thirty of your skills/aura capsules.
26th Oct '17 6:14:57 PM Sestren_NK
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** All skills in multiplayer are available to purchase from the beginning, when originally they were tied to progress in the main campaign.

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** All skills in multiplayer are available to purchase from the beginning, when originally they were their availability was tied to the progress made in the main campaign.
26th Oct '17 6:14:16 PM Sestren_NK
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At E3 2014, it was suddenly announced that the game would be given a multiplayer-only {{reboot}} for the UsefulNotes/XboxOne by Darkside Game Studios, but was cancelled in 2015 due to budget constraints, which also resulted in Darkside closing down. Microsoft still planned to release the game, but after years of DevelopmentHell, it was [[https://twitter.com/XboxP3/status/847917839327481856/photo/1 revealed in April 2017]] that a port of the game was in the works and is slated to be released in the same year for UsefulNotes/XboxOne and Windows 10.

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At E3 2014, it was suddenly announced that the game would be given a multiplayer-only {{reboot}} for the UsefulNotes/XboxOne by Darkside Game Studios, but was cancelled in 2015 due to budget constraints, which also resulted in Darkside closing down. Microsoft still planned to release the game, but after years of DevelopmentHell, it was [[https://twitter.com/XboxP3/status/847917839327481856/photo/1 revealed in April 2017]] 2017 that a [[UpdatedRerelease port of the game game]] was in the works works, and is slated to be was released in the same year following month for UsefulNotes/XboxOne and Windows 10.10 as a free-to-play title, with [=XBox=] Play Anywhere support.



* AntiFrustrationFeatures: The UpdatedRerelease introduces a few of these.
** Failing three times in a mission allows players to skip it.
** Arsenal building is introduced earlier in the single player campaign
** All skills in multiplayer are available to purchase from the beginning, when originally they were tied to progress in the main campaign.
** Skills can also be obtained by starting up the game and logging in, with a special skill if the player logs in four times within a weekly time frame. Said skills can also be purchased as DLC.



* DownloadableContent: The remaster features both paid and free DLC that grant players with additional skills.



* PlayingWithFire: The nature skill set contains a few fire-based techiques.

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* PlayingWithFire: The nature skill set contains a few fire-based techiques.techniques.



* TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow: Halfway through the game the Visions learn that [[spoiler: they and ''all remaining life on Earth'' is nothing more than copies created by the titular dusts and the final living human's memory of past civilizations.]] This discovery quite literally [[spoiler: causes the Vision leaders who witnessed the memory box to cease to exist. The player was spared because it his form had MUCH more detail put into it making him more resistant to the truth.]]

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* TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow: Halfway through the game the Visions learn that [[spoiler: they and ''all remaining life on Earth'' is nothing more than copies created by the titular dusts and the final living human's memory of past civilizations.]] This discovery quite literally [[spoiler: causes the Vision leaders who witnessed the memory box to cease to exist. The player was spared because it his form had MUCH more detail put into it making him more resistant to the truth.]]
11th Jun '17 4:47:07 PM nombretomado
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Phantom Dust is a highly original [[ActionRPG action-RPG]] brought into the world by [[MicrosoftStudios Microsoft Game Studios]] for the {{Xbox}}, directed by ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon'' series creator Yukio Futatsugi. The core gameplay consists of building "[[CollectibleCardGame arsenals]]," each composed of thirty different skills of your choice. There are 320 such skills to choose from, plus the mandatory aura capsules you need to insert in your arsenal to use these skills. Like [[MagicTheGathering Magic: The Gathering]], most skills require a specific amount of aura to use. Once the skill is used, your aura level goes down and starts to recharge. This is to prevent mad spamming of powerful skills. [[JustifiedTutorial With the exception of the beginning of the game]], you are randomly given four of these skills to each of your four main buttons (A, B, X, Y), plus three more random ones positioned near your spawn point that you can switch out with skills that you can't use at the moment or have been used up. Once you use one of the three, another random one will appear in its place until you've had access to all thirty of your skills/aura capsules.

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Phantom Dust is a highly original [[ActionRPG action-RPG]] brought into the world by [[MicrosoftStudios Microsoft Game Studios]] for the {{Xbox}}, UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}, directed by ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon'' series creator Yukio Futatsugi. The core gameplay consists of building "[[CollectibleCardGame arsenals]]," each composed of thirty different skills of your choice. There are 320 such skills to choose from, plus the mandatory aura capsules you need to insert in your arsenal to use these skills. Like [[MagicTheGathering Magic: The Gathering]], most skills require a specific amount of aura to use. Once the skill is used, your aura level goes down and starts to recharge. This is to prevent mad spamming of powerful skills. [[JustifiedTutorial With the exception of the beginning of the game]], you are randomly given four of these skills to each of your four main buttons (A, B, X, Y), plus three more random ones positioned near your spawn point that you can switch out with skills that you can't use at the moment or have been used up. Once you use one of the three, another random one will appear in its place until you've had access to all thirty of your skills/aura capsules.



At E3 2014, it was suddenly announced that the game would be given a multiplayer-only {{reboot}} for the XboxOne by Darkside Game Studios, but was cancelled in 2015 due to budget constraints, which also resulted in Darkside closing down. Microsoft still planned to release the game, but after years of DevelopmentHell, it was [[https://twitter.com/XboxP3/status/847917839327481856/photo/1 revealed in April 2017]] that a port of the game was in the works and is slated to be released in the same year for XboxOne and Windows 10.

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At E3 2014, it was suddenly announced that the game would be given a multiplayer-only {{reboot}} for the XboxOne UsefulNotes/XboxOne by Darkside Game Studios, but was cancelled in 2015 due to budget constraints, which also resulted in Darkside closing down. Microsoft still planned to release the game, but after years of DevelopmentHell, it was [[https://twitter.com/XboxP3/status/847917839327481856/photo/1 revealed in April 2017]] that a port of the game was in the works and is slated to be released in the same year for XboxOne UsefulNotes/XboxOne and Windows 10.
18th May '17 9:04:33 AM SilverSupernova
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* TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow: Halfway through the game the Visions learn that [[spoiler: they and ''all remaining life on Earth'' is nothing more than copies created by the titular dusts and the final living human's memory of past civilizations.]] This discovery quite literally [[spoiler: causes the Vision leaders who witnessed the memory box to cease to exist. The player was spared because it his form had MUCH more detail put into it making him more resistant to the truth.]]
18th May '17 8:55:05 AM SilverSupernova
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* SurvivorGuilt: [[spoiler:Tsubutaki's intense guilt over an unforgivable sin she can't remember ends up being a case of this.]]
2nd Apr '17 2:10:11 PM Sestren_NK
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At E3 2014, it was announced that there will be a {{Reboot}} for the XboxOne, developed by Double Helix Games.

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At E3 2014, it was suddenly announced that there will the game would be given a {{Reboot}} multiplayer-only {{reboot}} for the XboxOne, developed XboxOne by Double Helix Games.Darkside Game Studios, but was cancelled in 2015 due to budget constraints, which also resulted in Darkside closing down. Microsoft still planned to release the game, but after years of DevelopmentHell, it was [[https://twitter.com/XboxP3/status/847917839327481856/photo/1 revealed in April 2017]] that a port of the game was in the works and is slated to be released in the same year for XboxOne and Windows 10.
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