Reviews and Problems with Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology
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Typical Tales Experience
J. Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: If you're a fan of Namco-Bandai's Tales series, you might as well give up and learn Japanese; hardly any of the games see English translations, and though other companies have offered to localize them, Namco-Bandai, for some unfathomable reason, adamantly refuses. That aside, there are two types of Tales games, Mothership titles, considered part of the main series, and Escort titles, which include spinoffs.
Summary: This sequel to the first Radiant Mythology is just what the series needed: More character customization, longer story line, and Tales characters that you can request into your party anytime! I highly recommend this game to hardcore Tales fans only, as like with the first game, it is basically selecting a quest, finish it, and repeat. Also, it is only in japanese since the West did not get a dubbed version.
Summary: This game isn't quite up to par with the high standard set by the tales series. To be honest, i had particularly high hopes for this one with the character customization. However, the customization was a bit disappointing, and i found the story line to be very much lacking. I don't like the "quest" system that this game has.
Summary: I have played many "Tales of" games and this game has a pretty weak storyline compared to the others, but I think the purpose of this game was to be a portable adventure game so that you could just spend 10 minutes at a time advancing the story. It's nice to see the characters from previous "Tales of" games because I really miss seeing their personalities, and there were many funny skits while you are traveling.
Summary: The fun aspects of this game is the ability to customise your own character hero or heroine, even how they will sound during battle sequence. Many familiar faces, especially if you were an all-time Tales fan like I am and having fun recognizing the characters as they join you in quests. The downside to the game, is that your character's is simple, abit too simple. You mostly travel between three selected places and most of the characters interact in the same village.
Summary: I really did like this game a lot. It was cool seeing all of the characters from the previous "Tales" games all in this one! :D It wasn't too long and it wasn't too short, it was just the right length. :D I would have to say that this game was one of my favorites for the psp and i would recomend it to other people who love RPG style games like this one!!