Summary: The same great game I loved ten years ago! Only reason for the non-5 star review is that the world map camera is a pain to control and often zooms in so close on the character that it's impossible to figure out where you're going. I don't remember having this issue on the GCN version.
Summary: Tales of Symphonia The Nintendo 64 era was hardly a utopian age for the company, its history paved by the emaciated cadavers of partially-developed games, what with the limitations of the system’s retained cartridge medium. Things got better, however, during the GameCube era since Nintendo actually started to use discs for the system capable of holding more data, and among the roleplaying game gems on the system was Tales of Symphonia, which saw its Japanese release in...
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22 March 2014
Summary: I really enjoyed the original Tales of Symphonia, so purchasing the HD update was really a no-brainer for me. It still has all the same classic characters, fantastic story and good music it always has had, plus some extras to keep things new and interesting! That being said, there are some glaring localization and voice errors that stick out here, making me think that they did not put the effort into this game that I'd hoped for, with how much I enjoyed the original.