Excerpt: This game was originally released on the PS1 and was entitled "Tales of Destiny 2". With a PS2 game released with the same title that is a true sequel to the first Tales of Destiny, Namco changed the title of the PS1 "Tales of Destiny 2" to "Tales of Eternia".
Excerpt: Namco is notorious for the seemingly arbitrary way that they choose which Tales games to bring to the US, and this one is no exception. It was released on the PSX as Tales of Destiny 2 in the US, but the PSP port didn't make it stateside, despite beingone of the finest games on the system.
Summary: Thought to be one of the best in the series TOE gets ever better on PSP. First off the new widescreen ascept ratio makes the scrolling battle system much better. It allows for a wider view and makes it much easier to see what your whole party is doing all the time.
Excerpt: Tales of Eternia is an RPG game for the PSP. I've found that certain games play better on the PSP than others and it's usually the ones with less button smashing and quick movements that play best.
Excerpt: Hellow and welcome to my next review which will be on Tales of Eternia for the Sony Playstation Portable Gaming and Multimedia System! I went to a Game store in Romford (united Kingdom) to attain this game at a respectable £19.99 price tag and too be honest I was not disappointed so let me tell you...
Pros: Great uses of 2d and 3d segments along with a good story mode script
Cons: Needs better multiplayer and a longer storymode
Summary: I have been keenly awaiting the arrival of a decent RPG for the PSP and am happy to say that this game has not disspointed in any way!! I was torn at the time between buying Breath of Fire III and Tales of Eternia, but am glad I went with the latter!
Summary: Anyone suffering from a lack of RPG action on the PSP will be soothed by Namco's charming Tales of Eternia. The story itself is simple – a girl from another world crash lands near a peaceful village, so two villagers – Reid and Farah – resolve to go on a quest to find out who she is and what she...
Summary: I thoroughly enjoyed this game. I think someone at Namco took a look at Final Fantasy VII, picked all the best elements and then crafted them into a different story. It works very well, and although it would probably look quite dated (now) on the latest full-size console, it's perfect for a...
Summary: This game has made me realise what I have beem missing for a long time in games - fun!! Tales of Eternia is cute in a Japanese sort of way without being childish, and it is addictive. What makes the game really work is the environment and the story line.