Great Addition to the story, but not without its flaws
Jadedragon00 "In the Deepest Darkness you can Always find the Light", Amazon
10 February 2014
Summary: If you have played any of the Tales of games or the Previous Tales of Symphonia Game for the Gamecube, then you will be right at home with this game. It continues after the events of the first game and have reoccurring characters as well as many new characters.
Summary: I really like this game, but it is certainly not the best game I have ever played. I think it suffers from the same problem as Chrono Cross, which is that it had an amazing first game, and the second game was reasonable on its own merits but not as amazingly awesome as the first.
Summary: (sorry about the possible spoilers..) PROS: -really fun battling! -- you can move around on the battlefield (This is one of my favorites because if you end up having only a little HP left, you can just run around so no enemies can get you!..
Summary: Tales of Symphonia and it's sequel, which I am currently reviewing, are both great games, but I have to say the original is still superior. But, that doesn't mean that this is a bad game, just that it's not as good as its prequel.
Summary: I didn't like how the end left me hanging and how you couldn't use the casino.I liked capturing the monsters and evolving them and the little skits etc.I liked this a lot but I LOVED the first one I have on gamecube I beat it seven times lol.
Summary: The game 'Tales of Symphonia' is pretty cool, as you might expect. I don't mean to do any spoiling here, but there are a couple of things that did NOT impress me with this title: so far (I've been playing for close to fifty hours) and you can only fully control the two main characters...