At Tokyo Game Show 2010, which started earlier today, Taiwanese MMO developer and publisher, Gamania, announced a partnership with Japanese game developer, Nippon Ichi Software. This partnership will see both companies work together and bring console title, Phantom Brave, to the online market. Phantom Brave, a RPG game, debuted on consoles in 2004 and proved to be a hit in Japan and earned many fans globally. The PS2 title sold 500,000 copies and was succeeded later by Phantom Kingdom in 2009. A PSP version is also due this year on 28th October.
The CEO of Nippon Ichi Software said that by working with Gamania, which has much experience in the online market and required technology, they will aim to break into the new online market. Phantom Brave Online is scheduled for a 2011 release. Click here to see Gamania’s other titles on show at TGS 2010.