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Tales of Xillia 2 - PlayStation 3

by BANDAI NAMCO Games
PlayStation 3
Teen
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews) 8 answered questions 71 / 100

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  • UPC: 722674111188
  • Weight: 0.200 lbs

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Style Name: Standard Edition
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00E8RVOFG
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 19, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #860 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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One year after the climatic events of Tales of Xillia in which the two worlds, Rieze Maxia and Elympios, were united by the destruction of the barrier that separated the two worlds. Elympios is a modern nation with a high level of technological advancement gained through the use of spyrix, whereas Rieze Maxia is a previously isolated land which relies on spirit artes and nature. While both worlds work towards peace together, there are still numerous clashes due to cultural differences and it will be some time before true peace is achieved. Jude,Milla and the cast of the original Tales of Xillia from Rieze Maxia now strive to live their lives and fight for peace in this newly reunited world. Tales of Xillia 2 centers around Ludger Kresnik, a young man and a skilled chef who lives in Trigleph city in Elympios with his brother Julius and their cat Rollo. He strives to follow in his brother's footsteps and work as an agent in the prestigious Spirius Corporation, a large scale and illustrious company that develops technology for every field imaginable. One day, through a chance encounter, he meets Elle Marta: a young girl travelling alone attempting to reunite with her father at the mythic "Land of Canaan" and ends up accompanying her. His choice to accompany her will send the two on a journey that will change the fate of the two worlds forever. A Bleak World - A darker story and noir atmosphere awaits Ludger and Elle as they must make hard choices and decisions that affect not only their own welfare but that of the world and people around them New and Returning Characters - Jude, Milla and the cast of original characters fates intertwine with Ludger and Elle and unfold in character stories that players experience to see how their favorite characters have progressed in the aftermath of the story told in the first game The power of Choice - Decide how Ludger reacts to situations throughout the game changing the upcoming events and affecting his relations...

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36 of 44 people found the following review helpful
Style Name:Standard Edition
Tales of Xillia 2 is the fourteenth title in the Tales series, officially serving as the sequel to Tales of Xillia, and is set one year after its events. The story revolves around orders to find the mystical Land of Canaan, but while boarding a train, it gets hijacked before its departure. Ludger Will Kresnik is out to save a certain someone, but the train crashes and the resulting medical treatment from Spirius Corporation puts Ludger in debt. Meanwhile, Jude, Milla and all the heroes from the previous game move on with their own lives, eventually crossing paths with Ludger and assisting with his quest. This time around, the story is more darker and more action packed, and can pretty well stand on its own two feet even if players have missed out on the original Xillia, but I'm not necessarily stating that it should be missed ether.

The basic battle system is the same as the original Xillia, but its an improvement on the real-time battle formula without changing the game. The enemies now also have weapon weaknesses instead of just magic weakness. The game keeps battles interesting by constantly switching up the compositions of the groups of enemies you encounter, as well as the games difficulty and A.I being much better this time around, and this goes for the enemies as well as your team. The normal difficulty setting in Xilllia 2 is harder than the hard setting in the original Xillia, and players can expect the unlockable "Unknown Setting" to be even harder. Other new improvements over the original is the new weakness system that makes it possible to combo bosses without them always countering. Xillia 2 does not uses the Lilium Orb as before. This time around, new moves and skills are learned by equipping extractors.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Very Good game. Hard on the feels though. September 16, 2014
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Coming off of Tales of Xillia, the changes to the combat system are quite jarring. However, you're given plenty of training as the game progresses. Not a game for those who get overcome by "the feels" easily (or perhaps it is), as from start to finish, outside of a few light-hearted moments, the game is far darker and far "harder" (in the sense of seriousness) than the original.

Though Ludger himself is a silent protagonist, something that has been appearing less and less in console games within the past few years, dialogue choices appear that allow you to better shape his personality, though not to the extent of say, Mass Effect or even Persona 4. These choices occasionally change the events of the next few moments, sometimes extending upwards to even a good few minutes later, though the majority of them are mere shifts in how the dialogue flows.

The plotline is a bit convoluted and strange, sometimes hard to follow unless you think in unorthodox ways, though I never personally used it (i kinda forgot it was there) there is a synopsis function in the Library tab of the main menu, that allows you to check over the most recent plot events, written from the view of Ludger himself. as well, for those who jump straight into Xillia 2, there is a section of the Library tab, reserved for explaining plot details and character profiles of those whom appeared in the previous game.

Combat difficulty can be selected from the beginning of the game, and changed at any time. all this does truly is slightly alter enemy attack patterns, along with giving them more damage dealt to you, less taken, and more health.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An improvement over the first game August 30, 2014
By Joe
Style Name:Standard Edition
Tales of Xillia 2 is the much awaited sequel to 2011's Tales of Xillia. Was it worth the wait? I'll do my best to help answer that question for you.

I'm trying not to give away too much here, but Xillia 2 follows the adventures of Ludger Will Kresnik as he aspires to become an agent of the Spirius corporation, fails in doing so, and gets caught up in the political turmoil between Rieze Maxia and Elympios, two nations formerly separated by a Schism and struggling to learn to get along. Terrorists who do not want the two nations to unite regularly attack VIPs, and during such a terrorist attack, Ludger is injured and forced to pay a hefty medical bill, which is one of the core mechanics of this title, and I'll go over that in a bit.

Now the debt system works like this: Early on, as I mentioned before, you are saddled with a sizable debt that you have to pay in increments in order to further the story line, and this is Xillia 2's way of gating off content from you before you're meant to reach it. Every time you reach a threshold of money, you will receive a call from a collection agent who demands you pay off a portion of the debt in order to unlock access to new areas, main story content, and characters, and the portion grows larger as you get further into the game. Before acquiring new party members, there are only two ways you have to deal with this problem: doing side quests which involve killing and fetching items, making deliveries, and sending cats to bring items back for you -- or killing giant boss monsters to claim their bounty, and the latter method is much quicker and efficient. When you get more party members, you will have opportunities to earn money by doing side stories, which makes things much easier on you later.

I admit I hated this at first.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nice Game
I don't think a Tales game has failed to be enjoyable to me yet, even if it is a direct sequel which can be hit and miss sometimes.. Read more
Published 2 days ago by John Martinez
5.0 out of 5 stars Great item! Thanks
Fast shipping! Great item! Thanks!
Published 2 days ago by Cristine Triolo
2.0 out of 5 stars The debt system is a terrible way to increase game time
The debt system is a terrible way to increase game time. It is very obnoxious, random, and unnecessary. Read more
Published 5 days ago by Brandon H.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, borderline great, but very grindy (depending on difficulty...
I usually play Tales games on their hardest difficulty setting but, due to my limited gaming time and the grindy nature of this particular one, I was forced to put it on easy. Read more
Published 11 days ago by The Universal Void
4.0 out of 5 stars Not As Great As The First Game But Still A Good One.
While we get introduced to a few new characters and typical story line overall there wasn't anything bad or great about the game it was a decent sequel that answered a few... Read more
Published 12 days ago by Rich(!!)
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Excellent game, Good Condition. Thanks
Published 15 days ago by Cesar Solis
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
good
Published 16 days ago by Li Zhang
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great sequel!
Published 20 days ago by Fedichini
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Only complaint is that the disk was loose when it arrived.
Published 20 days ago by Carlos Rodriguez
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
very good, thanks
Published 22 days ago by Brian Lall
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