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Tales of Destiny 2

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Original Name  命運傳奇2
Official Release Date Feb 15, 2007
Language Japanese
Genre RPG
Version  Asia
PAX-Code PAX0001405373
Catalog No.  UCAS-40141
Item Code  4948872640084
Players  1

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:14

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andrescapo_ (177) on 06, Apr. 2013 06:15 (HKT)
Great improvements from ToD PSone to this one
Tales of Destiny for PSone is often seen as an improved Tales of Phantasia for the Snes, which is actally pretty accurate.
This time, the 2D sprites get a lot better thanks to being for a more powerful system (even though they look terrible compared to Tales of Destiny Remake for PS2).
Battles got a lot more hectic and fast-paced.
The story is really interesting, picking off some years after the events in Tales of Destiny.
Everyone has several Hi-Ougis, which made the battles really awesome, and the 2D sprites along with the effects and the screams make the battles that more awesome anytime someone uses a Hi-Ougi.

Completelly worth the money and time.
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penguinegg (63) on 17, Aug. 2010 11:12 (HKT)
Engaging Tales Experience
Coming from someone who started playing Tales games from Symphonia, playing an older one in the series was a little awkward. Having familiarized myself with the ability to rotate around a Z-axis in Symphonia, seeing the 2D plane battle system in Tales of Destiny 2 allowed me to see something unique.

While it may seem like a step back, I did not feel that way at all. I still felt the same action and enjoyment of any other of the more recent Tales games. The sprites are very lifelike and their action sequences feel powerful. The battles are very pleasing to the eye, and the music and voices only add to the already frantic feel.

Overall, the game is enjoyable. It has a nice polish to it that helps it stand out and engages the player.
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yuukyuu (13) on 18, May. 2010 13:44 (HKT)
Worst Tales...
I didn't like the story at all...
Yes, it has a great battling system, and it's fun, indeed, but the story is a crap.
I'm not going to tell the details, but I really hated the statement saying something like, "I'm the justice, and my justice is everyone's justice. Whoever goes against my justice is absolutely the evil, even the god." Bah, freak'n hypocrites! Many heros in games show same behavior, but this one is worst that just made me sick...
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rockman_xelnia (18) on 04, Jan. 2010 23:59 (HKT)

Out of all the Tales games, Destiny 2 became known for having the fastest paced battle system and was used in the remake of the first Destiny with some tweaks. Destiny 2 advances after the first one with a new cast of characters and the return of some. My only real problem with Destiny 2 (and it's minor) is that one of the characters only has 1 Hi-Ougi compared to the others having multiple. Get this game, get a translation FAQ, and enjoy :)
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e_pedraza_g (438) on 30, Oct. 2009 11:48 (HKT)
Must have for any JRPG fan
I've always liked the "tales of" series, due to it's heavily anime influenced art style and unique real-time battle system. Newer games with Anime Style characters in realistic looking skin textures look really weird to me (like magna carta 2), but I still enjoy them, it's just I would enjoy them if they looked more like anime.

This entry in the series has just abut the right measure of old school stuff in it to please most jrpg fans.
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