Tales of Destiny 2 [PlayStation2 the Best Version]

Tales of Destiny 2 [PlayStation2 the Best Version]

Bandai Entertainment
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Compatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)

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Bandai Entertainment
Compatible With PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)
1w Usually ships within 1 week



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Original Name  テイルズ・オブ・ディスティニー2 PlayStation 2 the Best
Official Release Date Jul 07, 2005
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO Free
Suitable for all ages.
PAX-Code PAX0000557345
Catalog No.  SLPS-73219
Item Code  4907892015869
Players  1


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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:39

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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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aaron.arkless (1) on 03, Apr. 2012 17:19 (HKT)
I first imported Tales of Vesperia PS3 and enjoyed that even though its Japanese. This is the second game I did. It could start someone off the series.
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trunions (151) on 28, Jun. 2011 05:26 (HKT)
A perfect sequel
This game is awesome it continues the tales of destiny storyline so well. If you are a fan of tales of anything please get this game.
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Meteoryite (45) on 08, May. 2011 13:12 (HKT)
Good Transfer
The sequel of this game is real good i would recommend it to anyone who has played the first tales of destiny.
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penguinegg (63) on 10, Mar. 2011 15:18 (HKT)
Transitioning to the Portable
Playing a portable version of a game always can be scary as it may seem as if a lot may be lost in the transition. That is not the case with Tales of Destiny 2. It is one of those Tales games that retains a very similar feeling to the Playstation 2 release, while at the same time adding some extra content.

The gameplay is what you would expect from a Tales game. Very fast paced and exciting, always keeping the player on edge. Pulling off combos is just as satisfying as in any of the other games.

Graphics-wise the game is quite pleasing to the eye. The sprites are nicely animated and it is hard to see much of a difference from the PS2 version, but I suppose the PS@ version is slightly more smoother. Although it is not very noticeable, so it is definitely nothing to worry about.

The music is of course strong. Fans of Sakuraba Motoi and the other Tales games will definitely feel at home when listening to the music here. Not my favorite Tales soundtrack but it is definitely enjoyable.

Tales of Destiny 2 on the PSP is a very solid game. The performance differences isn't extremely noticeable between the PS2 and PSP so it retains its fast paced enjoyment. Most fans of Tales games will enjoy this portable re-release.
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