Summary: When I sit down to write a review, I try to find the narrative. I’m a fiction writer at heart. A storyteller. That’s not to say that my reviews are fiction, it just means that I seek the magical thread that binds me to the game and the review.
Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review – PlayStation 3
6 April 2014
Excerpt: As a long-time gamer I often find myself looking back at the games I loved growing up with certain levels of nostalgia. Those moments of remembering the good times are coming at an even faster pace these days, as several amazing RPG titles are making a comeback at the impending end of the...
Summary: In this time of mass hysteria over new consoles, RPG lovers know it's better to be stuck in the past. Arriving barely a month before Square-Enix's Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, Namco's Tales of Symphonia Chronicles offers a nearly identical proposition: two sizable last-gen RPGs-or maybe that...
Excerpt: I have always been excited to see any new Tales game come out. While Tales of Symphonia: Chronicles isn’t a new game, it is nice to be able to play both Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of a New World without hooking up my old consoles.
Excerpt: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles is a new high definition re-release of the two Tales of Symphonia games released on the GameCube and Wii. For PlayStation owners it provides the first version of either game for your platform and those looking for a meaty action RPG adventure will enjoy the pack.
Back and Better Than Ever | Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review
New Gamer Nation
24 March 2014
Conclusion: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles provides two games with a reasonable $40 price tag. Honestly I’d drop $40 for just the Tales of Symphonia remaster even without Dawn of the New World , so I look at the packaged deal as an added bonus.
Conclusion: However, one of the cool things about most Tales games is that during battles, up to four human players can control the characters on screen. When my brother Jeff was young, that’s how we played the original Tales of Symphonia on the GameCube, so honestly, I’d be OK with kids younger than teens...