Shaman King: Power of Spirit is the second Shaman King game released on the PS2, while the first being Shaman King: Funbari Spirits which was a Japan exclusive cel-shaded fighter. Much confusion has erupted over if the two games are related, but are in fact, not. Power of Spirit was developed for the 4kids Entertainment dub by Konami, and released only in the U.S. Power of Spirit is one of the only "tactical RPG" Shaman King games ever made, aside from the Japan exclusive strategy versions for GBC.
Shaman King: Power of Spirits starts off when the Shaman Tournament Begins. The first chapters are mostly centered on the episodes that took place in the anime, but with a bit of a twist here and there with some new villains joining the ranks. They are known as Force Millennium and their mission is to find the vessel and acquire as much furyoku for their evil plan and they have their sights set on Meril Inugami a new protagonist in the game that becomes a part of Yoh's team during their adventures together. Throughout the story Yoh and his team must stop Force Millennium from awakening an ancient evil that's old as time itself, but through this new adventure they will face obstacles and trials to make them stronger and powerful than ever to save their friend Meril from the clutches of Captain Vinuvall and the Five Sages.
Release date(s) NA November 9, 2004
Genre(s) Adventure / Strategy (minor)
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer - linking
Media - PS2 disc image (.iso)
Language - ENG
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