Summary: The story was mediocre; not bad but not great, and the game started very slow. The fighting mechanics of the game were complicated at first but were easily understood during game play as the game progressed. The story did not captivate entirely, so I still haven't been able to finish the game. I will probably resume soon, so it wasn't so bad that it was a total loss, it just wasn't as good as I expected.
Summary: I was never a big fan of RPGs that stray from the classic turn-based give order, receive enemy attack and so on... The "Tales of" series manages to sort of stray without really straying (I hope I'm making some sense). Tales of Abyss may not be the best 3DS RPG out there, but I loved it.
Summary: I loved Tales of the Abyss, but I couldn't bring myself to finish it, because the original PS2 version had lag on the overworld, and it was serious. So I put it on the shelf to collect dust. But then Tales of the Abyss 3D is released and right from the start I noticed a few minor issues. Issues that were expected for a game on the 3DS really, such as a lower fps during battles and lower graphics detail.
Summary: It's exactly the game I was expecting (when you buy a tales game you know what you're getting). Very good port, but I do thing there are things they should have fixed like the horrible map system. Apart from that a very good game.
Summary: What can i said? RPG are not for everyone and with the big names like FF and FE missing some early action in terms of release one cannot but enjoy this game with a new perspective. At least 60 hours of gameplay, nice battle mechanics and all that made the original PS2 version good improved.
Summary: If I could give this more than one rating and just filling it with 5 stars I would. This game is amazing both graphics and control wise. I am picky about playing RPG games but this game gives a new meaning to RPGs. You don't just run around aimlessly finding different things to defeat. Instead you become a character known as Luke fon Fabre, the Duke's son. You get to experience Luke's growth as a person throughout the game.
Summary: I love this game because it is so well written. It's funny, clever, and sometimes dark. But the best part is that it doesn't hold your hand all the time and actually lets you figure things out. It's one of those few games where I like all the characters and feel involved. Very good! Love the anime cut scenes too!!
Summary: Great game. Truly one of the best I've played in a long, long time. Amazing story and characters; very long, so you fall in love with characters and understand why they act they way they do. Lots of sidequest options. Beautiful graphics.
Summary: Hey, I'm back with Another Tales review. I did a review of Tales of Symphonia a while back, and now I will review this one. Quick Warning here: I will compare this game to Symphonia and the PS2 original version of this game A LOT. The story is unique involving a main character who realizes that he has to change. This main character starts out as a real bullyish, mean, bossy main character for about the first 20 hours(1/3 of the game).