Summary: This is one of the most awesome Tales games ever! Many people don't appreciate Legendia, but I feel like if it had better graphics and gameplay that doesn't make me want to DIE, it would be a really loved game. The characters aren't as bad as everyone says they are, and I loved the voice acting! Would have been kind of nice to have voice acting in the second half of the game, though. The entire story with Vaclav didn't go too deep, but I loved the Ferines part.
Summary: So to start off I loved this game. It has one of the best stories in the "Tales of" franchise. The first Tales game that I played was Tales of Symphonia . I went into it with mediocre expectations, and I was really surprised at how amazing it was! The graphics weren't as good as many other JRPGS that I was playing aat the time (Final Fantasy X, which I believe came out around the same time), but what really got me was the story (not going to go into this anymore because...
Summary: Tales of Legendia is a breath of fresh air and an old friend all at the same time. It brings back the familiar elements of a Tales series, but seems to stand apart from the rest as a unique experience. First, I'll mention the familiars. Legendia keeps the quirky skits, the deceivingly cute monsters, the usual restorative items, the real time battle system, and the recipe collections. It also shares a lot of the same themes seen in most of the other Tales stories, e.g.
Summary: Tales Of Legendia is not as great a game as Tales of Symphonia or Tales of The Abyss. If you are a RPG fan, or an avid Tales fan though, this is a great game for you to buy. The characters are well thought out- each one has their own special personality, and a side quest of their own throughout the entire game. The interaction between some of the characters is comical, well others is just disappointing. The battle system for this game, is a bit like Tales of Symphonia's.
Summary: Tales of Legendia is one of the most memorable games from the Tales series. Like all Tales games the voice acting in it is questionable, but it makes up for it with one of the best stories that I have ever heard. You really do feel a sense of loss in some scenes. The battle system stays true to prior Tales games.
Summary: The characters are awesome (officially). The game's really exciting - you should get it. About characters - they each have their own character quest after the main part of the game. That way you'll know more about them. It is awesome.
Summary: So I know there has already been reviews from user like Michelle that point out a lot of the flaws in the game, but they also compare it directly to other Tales games. What I wanted to do was point out how great the game is as stand alone title instead of focusing on the fact it has "Tales" in it's title. I honestly must say that some gameplay in the game is shallow, like the cooking which I never actually used.
Summary: This game was my favortie ever. I've played through it many times, I never get sick of it. I only have a little video game time every night so it feels like living with the characters when you hear them a bit every day. It's funny thats how it was with my first play through. Their personalities were so beleivable. The only one that really got to me was Shirley. She's a pain in my behind. All the characters are lovable though and crack me up.
Summary: I've been awaiting Tales of Legendia since its US release was announced, and I've not been disappointed. ToL is a pretty engaging experience, and is a nice change from the turn-based rpgs I play. It has some weak spots, and it might not be for everyone, but I'm having a blast playing it. As of the time that this review is being written, I'm playing through the Character Quests, so I'm not quite done yet.