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Tales of Symphonia: Knight of Ratatosk

Bandai Entertainment
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Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
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Tales of Symphonia: Knight of Ratatosk is the continuation of Tales of Symphonia from the Game Cube era. Due to Loyd's and Collette's efforts, the land has merged and this led to a change in climate and natural environment. Aside from the environmental disturbances, the social gaps between the former continents Silverland and Teseara are getting wider.Since Teseara is prosperous and technically advanced, its residents has always been looking down on Silverland. Being unfairly treated, the Silverlands blame Teseara, Loyd and Collette for their misfortunes. Skirmishes and violence become increasingly intense and eventually leads to the blood bath of Panacosta where large numbers of innocents die.The sequel to the popular RPG features both old and new heroes and wraps up the lose ends from the previous game. Prove to the people that creatures of different races can live together in peace, this much awaited game features a battle system which allows you to make allies out of beasts and monsters.

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Original Name  テイルズ オブ シンフォニア -ラタトスクの騎士-
Official Release Date Jun 26, 2008
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0002129233
Catalog No.  RVL-P-RT4J
Item Code  4582224496754


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josephz100 (1) on 21, Sep. 2009 13:33 (HKT)
Wonderful game!
A wonderful sequel to Tales of Symphonia. The battles have an enjoyable flow and you can enjoy it no matter how many times you play. The graphics have also gotten better compared to the previous game. The voice actors of the characters are all talented and well-done. The monster system is strange and new to Tales, but it proves to be quite enjoyable, allowing you to collect and watch your monsters get stronger.
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kevinayP (5) on 14, Jan. 2009 03:12 (HKT)
Best RPG on the Wii!
I've never played Tales of Symphonia on the GameCube before, but I've always loved the Tales Franchise, so I thought I'd give this one a try. Plus, I want a great RPG game for my Wii. Please keep in mind that I'm playing the Japanese version of this game, with the original cast including Kugimiya Rie as Marta. My opinion on the English version of this game is really different, especially in the sound departement, because of the horrible english dubbing.

Story: As I said, I've never played the original Tales of Symphonia on the GameCube before. So I can't compare it with this game. I've got to say I love the story in this game though. It's long, and you'll be spending a lot of time looking at a cutscene. One interesting feature I love in this game is that whenever you press C when standing and doing nothing, a box will pop up and a random conversation between the characters in your party would come up. They'll talk about the current situation and their graphics is anime-like. The character's expression would change according to their dialouge of the current situation.

Gameplay: The battle system is awesome. It's real time, but you don't really have many attacks to perform. A button's a normal attack, up to 3 combos. Joystick and B button's a normal Arte attack (some kind of special attack) and C button is for a higher Arte attack. I just love the fact that it's real time. There're no wild random encounters on dungeons. You can see the monsters instead, and can choose to fight them or not. It's hard for levelling up, but I like it better than many random encounters. They've added a Monster capture system, where you can capture a monster and train it, feed it and make them fight in your party.

Graphics: It's pretty good, but it doesn't push the Wii's limit. But it still looks great! Especially on cutscenes.

Sound: Many reviewers complain about the English Voice Acting of this game. And after hearing several videos on the english dubbing, I've got to say it's really, really terrible. As for me, since my Wii's Japanese, I got the Japanese version of this game, with the original casts such as Kugimiya Rie as Marta (she's one of my favorite voice actresses ever, and she voiced Shana from the Shakugan no Shana anime). The original Japanese dubbing really fits the personality of each character. It's really awesome, and sound is a big factor in this game since almost all cutscenes are voiced. As for the game's soundtrack, it's pretty good. I love the opening theme.

Characters: On an RPG game, characters are important. And I have to say that Emir, the main character is annoying. Really annoying. But I kind of got used to that. Marta is awesome, so she covers the annoying Emir. Character development throughout the game is superb. Character development is deep, which is important.

This game turned out to be what I was really looking for. I love the story, I love the characters and I love the voice acting. The game have many long cutscenes, which I love. Overall this game gave me some 100 hours of fun. Definitely the best JRPG on the Wii. I'm reccomending this game to anyone, even those who haven't played the original Tales of Symphonia.
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chen0855 (1) on 07, Oct. 2008 14:28 (HKT)
The game is good but..
I have play this game on Nintendo Wii but I still like it
on PS2. I hope this game will have PS2 verison.
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Sam (4) on 07, Jul. 2008 17:18 (HKT)
Great Game!
This game is a great and successful sequel of the Tales of Symphonia. Like expected, the graphic is well done, the gameplay is so much better but the World Map isn't like it used to be. That's why I find it the only negative thing about this game and that is the new World Map. Other than that, It's a fantastic game!

A must for those who've played the first game Tales Of Symphonia on Gamecube or PlayStation 2.

(This game also worked with the Freeloader but you must have the version 3.2E to have the freeloader working.)
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