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Tales of Xillia 2 - PlayStation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
164 customer reviews
Metascore: 71 / 100

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  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
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  • Release Date: August 19, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (164 customer reviews)
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48 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Particle Ghost on August 19, 2014
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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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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Terry Holdbrooks on December 2, 2014
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It is a shame that the US has failed to make an rpg that is worth playing in years. Fortunately for those of us who want more than Call of Duty, Japan is still readily producing some amazing rpg games. This is a must have, particularly if you care for the old school rpg style!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lloyd on October 14, 2014
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Tales series is my best series for a reason since Tales of Symphonia on the GC , the tales series always have a core , and that core is what made people coming back for it and didn't lost it's original charm like other series like FF series and many , Tales keeps evolving without taken the core of the series which is why it's my best RPG series of all time ! in the golden age of the RPGs tales was one of the best but everyone was amazing ,RPG games left and Right .. but most of them now is gone and Tales is still going strong, enough with this long intro xD , I want to keep my review as short as possible ,

Pros -

- Great and tragic story it's the darkest story in all tales games with Tales of Rebirth and the darkest in terms of the general atmosphere , i don't want to go in details but it's really dark in a good and sad way , really satisfying Tale .

- The characters eps are one of the best ideas in this game ! it's brilliant ! i wish every sequel do this because in the first game we knew these characters and their past but now with this method they goes even deeper and the game makes you feel the importance of the past cast and not just an addition to this game .

- Amazing soundtrack from the legend motoi sakuraba , remixes and new OST are present in this game and they are all awesome, especially Final boss theme and the rhythm of the proof .

- The first xillia had an amazing battle system with the link arts and the unique abilities of each character but this time around it's even better with the weakness system and now you can combo the bosses , and now two amazing character are new and they are amazing to play with .

- Silent Protagonist ..
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Miles Johnston on 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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