Summary: I bought this because I have 3 kids and we like to play the very few 4 player co-op games that exist for Xbox 360. This game says it's 2-4 player co-op, but it's a 1 player game 90% of the time. Only fight scenes with enemies can be multiplayer.
Summary: 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.
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...
Summary: Personally, one of my favorite JRPG franchises, this is a fun game with stunning visuals. The Blu-ray movie makes a nice companion to this, introduces you to the main characters and gives you a bit of back story, very well made and looks just like the art in the game.
Summary: Liked the game quite a lot, combat is fun, characters are likable, and It's very pretty. However, I made the mistake of playing through the first third of the game or so without a strategy guide and locked myself out of 3 costumes for Yuri and several artes (special moves) for each character.
Summary: If you haven't played this game yet stop reading this and find your self a copy, call out of work, drop out of school for a week this is one of the best jrpg games of this console generation Great story very likable characters and an awesome battle system
Summary: Tales of vesperia was great. Not as great as Tales of the abyss. Tales of the abyss did everything right and for that reason. I give this game a 11 outta 10. It was that good people, I'm telling you. Wait, what game was I reviewing again?