Phantom of Inferno

Phantom of Inferno (known in Japan as Phantom -PHANTOM OF INFERNO-) is a visual novel game created by Nitroplus, and distributed by Hirameki International (a subsidiary of the Japanese visual novel publisher Hirameki). It came out in for PC in Japan in 2000 and was ported for DVD in 2001 and for PS2 in 2003. It was distributed in America as an AnimePlay DVD title in 2005. The story can take either a dark action/drama path or can turn into a romantic drama depending on the choice of the player. An updated port for the Xbox 360 console was released in 2012.

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