Summary: Fans of other Tales games may be turned off when they hear that a different team was responsible for Legendia, but don't let that stop you from enjoying it. Legendia still has a lot to offer. The visual style has its ups and downs. I like cutesy character designs, but sometimes it felt like they tried to fit too much detail into these smaller proportioned characters. It's still pleasing to look at though.
Summary: This game's great,there're so many things to do that's really difficult for you to get tired.the battle system's great and smooth,and the storyline'll make you spend lots of hours playing it.a masterpiece you can't miss on your RPG games collection!
Summary: An Entertaining and fairly Fun RPG Game with a lot of humor and enjoyment to be had Tales of Legendia involves a story of Senel Coolidge and his ""Sister"" Shirley being washed up onboard an island refered to as the Legacy, when they arrive they meet new people and their story begins The Main Quest is Split up into 7 chapters, and the length of the game is around 30hrs in length, all the characters are voiced during the main quest The Game will remind you a lot of Tales...
Below average for a "Tales" entry, but fun nonetheless
S. Ross, Amazon
24 July 2009
Summary: I've been playing through all of the 'Tales' games (at least the ones which are available in English) since I bought bought Tales of Symphonia (great game), and Tales of Legendia is definitely one of the weaker titles in the series - but it isn't necessarily a bad game. The first part of the game (main story) is pretty standard fare RPG-wise, the second part (character quest) was a bit dull (and had no voiceovers), and the gameplay consists mostly of button mashing.
I experience the same thing each time I play a Tales game...
Dangry "nervousdwarf", Amazon
20 April 2006
Summary: I intially enjoy the refreshing change of pace with the action oriented gameplay, but ultimately mashing my way through battle after battle grows a little tiresome, even with acquiring a few various skillsover the course of the game. The plots are generally quite horrific; monoliths of trite, overwrought cliches and heavy handed subthemes about racism that are usually as subtle as a brick to the face. Legendia was no different. Simply not a fan of the series.
Summary: Tales of symphonia on gamecube offers more competitive gameplay, and a better storyline, less "takes 5 minutes to make a reply cause my face has to appear in big in front of the player" 'ish this game shows how we can be decieved by something that you've been waiting for for a friggin while...
Summary: I have bought Tales of Legendia and Grandia III at the same time. The reviews I read said Grandia III was better but I disagree. Grandia III bored me to death after 15 hours in, gave up sold it back. Tales of Legendia I am now at 26 hours in and have loved every single minute of it. The story is great, you care about the characters, the voice acting keeps me laughing, the battle system is not the best and fights are easy but at least that is better than too hard.
Summary: This game was at least intresting ( A LITTLE ) but you have to play Tales Of Symphonia to fully enjoy this kind of RPG. the fights cannot be played by more than 1 player... disapointing, cause TOS had a 4 multiplayer option. the story is kind of not intresting compared to TOS's... moves are WAY LESS amazing, cause TOS had moves that were blowing your eyes away!! If i summarise my whole idea, this game is worth trying, but not completing.