featured reviewSam (4) on 07, Jul. 2008 17:18 (HKT)
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!
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descriptionThe story of Tales of Symphonia is independent from the other installments of the extensive Tales series. The game is set in a country called Silvaland, which shares a paradoxical relationship with nearby Teseila in which prosperity for one means suffering for the other. The story begins with Silvaland descending into ruin with its only hope being a teenage girl named Colette Brunel. As a descendant of the Mana Tribe, Colette has the power to restore Silvaland. This blue-eyed blonde is accompanied by her friend, a teen boy named Lloyd Arving, who was orphaned at a young age and raised by dwarves. Later, they will be joined by a white-haired twelve-year-old mage with the odd moniker of Genius Sage.
Tales of Symphonia is the first of the series to be in full 3D; even the traditional Linear Motion battle system are not spared from this graphical change.
|Original Name||テイルズ オブ シンフォニア|
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From What I hear the GC version is better, But I dont own a GC, and I like the PS2 version more, mainly its a comfortable system to play a good rpg on. I havent seen any lag of what people speak of. Anywho, This game is really good, I haven't beaten it, But Im pretty far in the story and I love it :)
A must buy even if you have Tales of Symphonia GC version.
Tales of Symphonia is a great RPG game, worth to buy!!!
I bought the GC version first many years ago which i completed 8-10 times and i bought this version to enjoy the extras and such will play it once i finished a few other tales of games.
compared to the Gamecube version, the PS2 version has some added extras
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