Tales of Symphonia Dawn of the New World in Review
Ligia Ecchavarria, Amazon
24 February 2014
Summary: This game is probably my least favorite in the series. To go from the masterpiece that was the original Symphonia to this was disappointing. Johnny Young Bosch and Laura Bailey do a great job as Emi and Marta but their voice acting is basically where the good things end.
Summary: Bought this game when it just came out. Overall a good game with a few weaknesses that prevent it from becoming something much more. I've always enjoyed playing Tales games. They bring something very unique to a quite typical genre.
Summary: Lets start with the pros: 1. Good graphics. Improve greatly but still kept the original form from its predecessor so fans of the original Tales will be delighted. 2. New concept. Introduction of befriending monsters! (That's right!
Summary: I own and have played all the tales games that have been brought over to north america. Now S2 isn't a bad game, not at all and I recommend playing it or giving it a try if you were a fan of Symphonia.
Summary: While I haven't enjoyed certain parts of the storyline so far I will say that it definitely feels like Tales of Symphonia. The main character is different than in the first game. Anyway you collect monsters by defeating them in battle.
Summary: Basically if you're a fan of Tales of Symphonia, you'l notice within moments of starting the game that this was made on a very small budget, and does its job in a limited way. Basically this takes place after the events of Tales of Symphonia, and disgards all the main characters and introduces two...
Summary: If you like the Tales games and played Tales of Symphonia then you'll probably forgive this game its flaws, but still be a little disappointed. The battle system is great fun. Meeting the old cast is quite entertaining too.