Reviews and Problems with Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology
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Typical Tales Experience
Jeremy 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.
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.
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.
Great game for the most part but it could be better.
Steven Mathews "Phenix", Amazon
20 March 2008
Summary: Tales of The World Radiant Mythology is the fifth installment in the Tales of The World Series. Like other Tales of The World games characters from past Tales games join you on your adventure.
Summary: Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology marks the first Tales game in the US to appear on the PSP. The overall product is good, but for those who've never played a Tales game before... this isn't a "real" Tales game.