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- Tales of Xillia follows Jude Mathis, a clever medical student attending school in the capital city, and Milla Maxwell, a mysterious woman accompanied by four unseen beings. Players will be able to choose either Jude or Milla at the outset of their adventure through the world of Rieze Maxia, where humans and spirits live together in harmony.
- Two Heroes Choose one of two distinct heroes: Jude Mathis, a medical student or Milla Maxwell, a mysterious woman accompanied by the Four Great Spirits, and experience the story from their unique point of view
- Dynamic Battles Action packed, real-time battles including the all-new dual raid system that expands the strategy and combo potential by linking with a partner during skirmishes
- Creative Collaboration Beautiful characters designed by renowned artists Kosuke Fujishima and Mutsumi Inomata inhabit the lush, expansive world of Rieze Maxia
- Expansive Gameplay New and traditional RPG elements expertly crafted and designed featuring dozens of locations to explore, fierce enemies and adversaries to battle and secrets to uncover
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2 Heroes, 2 Nations, 2 Ideologies
Set in a world where humans and spirits share a symbiotic existence with each other, Tales of Xillia follows the adventures of two unlikely heroes in a land where two conflicting nations are heading to a clash. Building upon the signature real-time combat, epic storytelling, and strong character relationships from the series, Tales of Xillia immerses players into a sweeping role playing adventure beyond imagination.
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Key Game Features
- Two Heroes - Choose one of two distinct heroes: Jude Mathis, a medical student or Milla Maxwell, a mysterious woman accompanied by the Four Great Spirits, and experience the story from their unique point of view.
- Dynamic Battles - Action packed, real-time battles including the all-new dual raid system that expands the strategy and combo potential by linking with a partner during skirmishes.
- Creative Collaboration - Beautiful characters designed by renowned artists Kosuke Fujishima and Mutsumi Inomata inhabit the lush, expansive world of Rieze Maxia.
- Expansive Gameplay - New and traditional RPG elements expertly crafted and designed featuring dozens of locations to explore, fierce enemies, and adversaries to battle and secrets to uncover.
Tales of Xillia follows Jude Mathis, a clever medical student attending school in the capital city, and Milla Maxwell, a mysterious woman accompanied by four unseen beings. Players will be able to choose either Jude or Milla at the outset of their adventure through the world of Rieze Maxia, where humans and spirits live together in harmony. The kingdom of Rashugal has been experimenting with a powerful source that led to draining the mana from the world. Realizing the harm it is infl icting on the world, Jude and Milla set off on a journey to destroy it and restore the mana back to the world.
Color: Playstation 3
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Controls, Music, & Animation
Every Tales game is painstaking in its delivery of beautiful graphics and music, and Tales of Xillia (henceforth referred to as "ToX") continues in that tradition. Simply put, this game is gorgeous and takes every advantage of the PS3 hardware to simply amaze me. The world of Xillia is bright, colorful, and varied. Environments are dynamic; each exploration area is divided by little "breaks"; while this may seem annoying, the lack of lag when going through a doorway into the next room is practically non-existent. The screen flashes black for one moment and then you are free to control your character.
In addition to the beautiful backgrounds, the characters are 3D mirrors of their anime-inspired sprites used in the cut scenes. While you do notice the difference between the 2D drawing of Milla (the female protagonist) and her 3D avatar, the seamless transition negates any of the very minor aesthetic details. Finally, each character in the game is unique, sporting their own look, and enemies are just as varied and detailed as the "good guys".
Musically speaking, Tales of Xillia boasts an amazing orchestral arrangement with songs to suit every zone in the game.Read more ›
+A good cast of characters
+A very in-depth battle system
+A good balance of character customization
+The music is absolutely fantastic
-Some areas could've had more details
-Exploration sometimes feels limited
The Tales series has not been huge in America. Case in point, we're just now getting Tales of Xillia when Japan received the game a couple of years ago (and already has a sequel out). Tales of Xillia made a big splash in Japan. It's said to be one of the best Tales games ever released. When playing it's easy to see why. It's a very fun JRPG that helps remind us why the genre still has life while other times reminding us why it's not quite as popular as it once was. Nevertheless the pros win out as Tales of Xillia is an amazing game.
Tales of Xillia centers on two characters. The first is a medical student named Jude Mathis. The other is a mysterious woman named Milla Maxwell. You're allowed to pick one character or the other to start the game. Picking one changes how you see certain events and the perspective of the story. The end goal is, for the most part, the same, but if you really love Tales of Xillia, you already have an incentive to play through it a second time. Their story takes place in the world of Reize Maxia where mana seems to be slowly draining away. Milla, along with her four spirits decides to investigate, while Jude gets wrapped up in the conflict.
As you might have guessed, the story in Tales of Xillia doesn't get off to a very quick start. It takes time to really get you to understand the world it takes place in as well as getting you used to the characters and their banter.Read more ›
Story: A little on the cliche side but very enjoyable. The main cast of characters have their own motives and issues going on. Their chemistry makes for some entertaining dialog segments throughout your long journey. Only minor gripe I have is with the pacing. There are times where I felt like I was watching a full anime movie than playing a game.
Gameplay: This is where the game truly shines. The combat is faced paced, colorful, and dynamic. There is a lot to learn when creating combos to cause mass choas on your foes, but the game has an amazing tutorial system the breaks things down. Each character has their own feel and unleashing their moves and combos makes you want to take turns controlling each one throughout the campagin.
Verdit: Whether you're a fan of RPG's or great games in general, this game is a must buy. It definitely holds a candle to the best RPG's of this generation. Don't miss out!
When I say this game is like previous incarnations I mean it. There are very few additions or improvements to the basic gameplay mechanic. Which is fine really, as the series had a pretty good mechanic to begin with. The only change from earlier games is that the overworld map is gone, replaced by basic paths to other levels. I kind of miss the overworld, which while cheesy I never minded. It was a cheesy I could accept. The style of the game is heavily Anime-inspired, which I really like. The look of Fennmont city and the wonderful ships absolutely took my breath away. This seems to be the most popular approach since they first tried it in Tales of Symphonia, although they rely less on cell-shading now. It provides an easily recognizable style for these games. There are some elements that are a little bit too familiar however.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have probably spend around 150 hours on this game alone playing from the male main characters story and I have loved every second of it I have the second talks of xillia game but... Read morePublished 10 days ago by andrew
Best RPG I played other than the Final Fantasies, Xenosaga, and a few others. Battle dynamics are revolutionary!Published 1 month ago by Mattaku
Not my favorite Tales game, but the sound track is one of the best in my opinion. I may be a little biased though, since I'm a sucker for the violin/cello. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rick
I like just about everything in this game except for the battle system. O just can't seem to coordinate what is going on and I just beat the third boas by button mashing and using... Read morePublished 4 months ago by maninblue