Awesome gameplay, bad story and character development, worth the money.
10 May 2014
Summary: I think the best of this game is gameplay, which allows you to feel as if you were really travelling in ToV's world, awesome graffics and a nice soundtrack, also, time passes and there's rain in some towns; everything is so lively! I recommend this game for those who want to live an adventure, and do not search a good story, because of the lack of character development, specially the protagonist, who is nothing but a "perfect guy", I didn't liked him at all, and I found...
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I love this game. The characters, plot and game play all stand as the shining example of what other JRPGs should aim for. One comparison I noticed was to Final Fantasy VII. I think that is an unfair comparison. They are completely different game outside of being JRPGs in Science fantasy settings and one focus each story has. That focus is on how technology can destroy the world.
Summary: If you played Tales of Symphonia for the GameCube or the Second one for the Wii, then I would recommend playing this one. Its basically a re-skinned version of that game but with a new story, new setting and a new set of character that you will absolutely fall in love with, I mean who can resist a Dog that not only wears an Eye Patch and smokes a 3 foot pipe, but a Dog that wears an Eye Patch and smokes a 3 foot pipe that you can play as!!!
One of the best JRPGs during the earlier part of the 7th gen.
TidusandYuna1983ZackandAerith, Game Informer
16 January 2014
Summary: Tales of Vesperia was a delightful experience for me and during the early part of the 7th gen when there wasn't many great JRPGs around,Tales of Vesperia was a joy to play. The story for the game is set in a fantasy world where a kingdom is surrounded by some sort of barrier powered by some ancient energy source called 'blastia' that is supposedly used to protect it from monsters because the world is filled with countless dangerous monsters that like to attack people and...
Summary: I BOUGHT THIS ITEM FOR MY DAUGHTER WHO SUFFERS FROM AUTISM. SHE RECEIVED IT IN RECORD TIME. AFTER GETTING IT SHE SAID SHE LOVED IT AND IS ENJOYING PLAYING IT. ANY THING THAT MAKES MY DAUGHTER HAPPY, MAKES ME HAPPY. YES I WOULD RECONMENT THIS ITEM TO MY FRIENDS.
Summary: I've wanted this game again for a while, and I've been thoroughly enjoying it. It's a good game to pick up for someone that enjoys rpg's, especially if the 360 is your primary system. The 360 doesn't have many jrpg/rpg types of this sort on it, so if you're reading this give it a shot if the price is low enough. This particular game doesn't have many copies in circulation, so it's hard to come by cheap.
Summary: The Tales series is one that has seen a fairly large number of entries, and so by this point each entry may appear to follow a certain formula established by prior entries. While this definitely happens to be the case with Tales games, the formula that is followed isn't so engrained that there is no room for improvement between successive titles.
If You Have to Buy ONE JRPG, Tales of Vesperia is IT!
25 October 2013
Summary: I will try to explain with as much passion as I can that whoever is even THINKING about buying ToV, do yourself a favor and BUY it. Let me explain why. The beginning of the game starts off very simple. The hero, Yuri, must go on a quest to search for something. That's what most RPG games tend to start off as.