Summary: This installment has you play as a created character, with a supporting cast comprised of the lead characters of Tales games of old. Unfortunately, this particular one was pre-Vesperia, so no Yuri Lowell. But I digress. This is my second favourite game in the Tales franchise. Would have been the first if it had Yuri and Repede in it. Game play is great, traditional tales real time combat. You can harvest materials and stuff too, which is kinda neat.
Summary: I am a huge fan of Tales of the Abyss for Playstation 2 and this game has Luke and Tear among other bonus characters from other Tales Series games. Luke and Tear are from the timeline from just after Tear teleported them away from the kingdom, when she tried to kill her brother and it caused the hyperresonance, so they haven't really became "Best Buddies" just yet, nor does Luke come equipped with Neblim sword, lol, I thought I'd mention that, because it sure would have...
Summary: The game has good graphics, like other Tales Of games, this is close to being like one. You'll go on side-quests and try to join a group. As you do, you'll progress through the game. It'll take you awhile to beat the game cause sometimes, you might need to level up. It's a good game for the PSP, after-all, it is PORTABLE, so don't expect too much. Overall, it's a good game if you like the Tales Of Series.
Summary: This is one of the best psp games I have ever played. The graphics are fantastic and there is so much to do. I played this game once many years ago and again another time and fell in love with it. I never played any of the series before, but I really like this one. Very understated game for the psp.
Summary: Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology, is a very different type of Tales game, but still very true. Running more like an MMO would, it plays similar to Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World does with the Katz Guild Quests, only the entire game is done through those types of quests. Putting a fair few previous Tales characters together in one game, this game really makes a Tales gamer laugh, sneer, and smile over and over again.