Reviews and Problems with Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology
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Especially in the beginning when you are pretty much by yourself
Amazon Customer "cbfarrar", Amazon
24 December 2014
Summary: It was more designed for multiplayers. Especially in the beginning when you are pretty much by yourself. It is almost impossible to win battles by yourself in "Tales of" series since you can't dodge all the monster attacks
Summary: It's a good game for anyone who haven't played the Tales of- series game, but if you the Tales of Destiny, Tales of Eternia (my favorite), or the other classics, I wouldn't recommend this game.
Summary: The gameplay is like all Tales game. No different. Story lame. Quests are lame as well. You have to grind for parts to craft items. Overall I did not like the game at all. Too much grinding for my liking. Gameplay can get very redundant. Dont recommend unless you are a diehard Tales fan and like to grind alot.
Summary: When I first learned about this game I was excited to learn that you could choose your main characters gender and that you got to 'create' how they looked, sadly I was disappointed on both those fronts. It doesn't matter if you choose a male character or a female character as all the other character in the game will refer to the character as male and treat the character like a male no matter which you pick and if your excited about being able to 'create' your character...
Summary: The combat system is actually pretty good in this game. The plot is it's downfall and by the end I had ceased to care and really just wanted to get it over with. The characters don't develop and there is no way to empathize with the character you play as. The plot becomes very predictable and there are no surprises in the end. The other major problem is the scale; the world in which Radiant Mythology takes place is actually rather small so there is no fun in exploration.
Summary: This isn't a bad game, but you need to remember that this isn't really a Tales game. Though fun to play, the tone is more serious and the battle system is all in real time instead of random battles that are in a separate screen. It is also much more of a button masher, instead of the fighting game like controls Tales fans will be used to.
Summary: I have enjoyed the last couple of "Tales" games and when i heard about this one, i was excited only to be let down. What we have here is the problem with most PSP titles. similar to the problem i had with Metal Gear Solid Potable Ops (which was pretty good), this game is not a real Tales game.
Summary: Tales of the world doesn't have as deep a storyline as the other tales of series. That is a bad thing. So your probably wondering why i like the game. Althought the story line may be lacking depth. The game itself is very good. I found myself picking my PSP up many a time for the sure reason of playing this game. That hasn't happened to me in a long time. You get to create your own character for once which for me is always a good thing.
Summary: Wie im Titel schon erwähnt, ist Tales of the world viel eher ein Produkt, in dem Fans der Reihe ihre alten Helden in neuem Glanz erleben dürfen und insgesamt ist dies der vierte (oder je nach Ansicht fünfte) Teil eines "Tales of..."-Spinn Offs, welches in Japan auch als Narikiri Dungeon bekannt ist.