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A Far better interpretation of Phantom of Inferno the game then its awful OVA
When I first saw this I got to admit I was sceptical it would be any good because I saw 'Phantom: The Animation' which was one of the worst OVA I ever saw! But this one despite different look of characters this was not a disappointment.
The story telling in the series was a lot more better then the OVA with far more depth and in spirit of the classic game of which I am a big fan of.
Also the characters were deeper and better presented and their portrayal was far better.
While I am adamant in my opinion the game is definitive I must say Requiem of the Phantom was a far better adaptation and interpretation then the OVA could EVER be!
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