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Tales of Vesperia

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Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: RPG (Fantasy)
Developer: Namco Tales Studio

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08/26/2008

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Staff Reviews

Tales of Vesperia review

Reviewed October 07, 2011

Rob Hamilton says: "Overall, I found the battle system in Tales of Vesperia to do about as good of a job in taking a lot of different components and making them simple and user-friendly as any game I've played. When you get more powerful, you'll be able to obtain a number of more powerful attacks which culminate in the godly Mystic Artes, which spell bad news for anything in their path. Or you, as bosses also start gaining them after you've gotten a ways into the game."
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Reader Reviews

Tales of Vesperia review

Reviewed July 29, 2011

Fedule says: "Even when it stumbles - and make no mistake, it stumbles - it's hard to not like Tales of Vesperia. It's big, dumb, JRPG fun."
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Tales of Vesperia review

Reviewed September 06, 2009

jerec says: "A Tales game is easily identifiable by its fast-paced, action driven battle system, a complex fantasy story, and a lovable cast of characters. Those who might criticise Tales of Vesperia for being too similar to previous games in the series, such as Symphonia, are missing the point. Why change what isn’t broken? Tales of Vesperia is such a perfect balance of battles and character driven story telling, that you shouldn’t care if you’ve played this type of game before, ..."
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Tales of Vesperia review

Reviewed July 31, 2009

joseph_valencia says: "I think the charm of the “Tales” series has always resided in the little picturesque settings it has given us to explore. From the beginning, this has been a fantasy universe defined by bright green fields and quaint houses and cobbled roads. “Tales of Phantasia” painted a rich picture by capturing details like shadows, reflections in mirrors and ponds, and footprints imprinted in snow. “Tales of Vesperia” is a game forged in that tradition, rich in colors and layers and the little things that i..."
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