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Tales of Destiny II

Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Teen
4.4 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews
Metascore: 78 / 100
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  • Sequel to Tales of Destiny
  • 2D Anime Style
  • Roleplaying Game Adventure
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This latest Tales centers on the realm of Eternia, a place where the surfaces of two worlds meet. Inferia is home to our heroes, and Celestia is the world of the skies above. Inferia is rich in academia, art, history, and culture. Celestia is inhabited by the uncivilized (by Inferian standards). A girl shrouded in mystery, finds her way to Inferia and crash-lands her spaceship in a nearby forest. Nothing is known of her except that she has come with a message of impending doom. Here, the adventure begins. Tales of Destiny II is a real-time action RPG that takes place within two massive worlds. Its engaging storyline presents a huge cast of characters, each with distinct personalities and abilities. Intriguing subworlds and countless minigames lie within this quest to provide over 60 hours of gameplay. Hundreds of arcane items, powerful spells, and enchanted weapons are at a player's disposal.

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ASIN B00005NCBY
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4.4 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #34,577 in videogames
#643 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.6 x 4.9 x 0.4 inches
Media: CD-ROM

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By A Customer on December 7, 2002
This is the absoulute best RPG I have ever played. It has beautifful graphics and loveable characters. I love the characters because they are all so uniquie and quite funny at times, you begin feeling like you know them and how they would act in different situations. The battle style is one of the games best features. No time limit, you can place the characters in the order you want, and there are some really wicked combos you can pull off. Another great thing about the game is when you leave a town or even that world to go to another, when you revisit you usually find something new. The story is basically never ending and very realistic. The only thing about the game I didn't like was that the name of the game was changed from Tales of Eternia to Tales of Destiny II when it reached the states. If you love RPG then you definatley need to get this game. I also bought the stratagey guide to go with it and it helped a lot.
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I didn't think it was all that great at first because of the poor english voice actings, but once you really get into the game, it's no problem at all! The small faults wouldn't affect th game-play too deeply, and after all, fortunately, the voice acting gets better as you advance in the game. The voices do match the characters well, although.

Anyways, like I said, don't let the voices get to you, after all, it's an honest to goodness, excellent game!!! It's one of the most memorial ones I've played, even though I've been through many rpgs. Once you've completed the game, it'll have you thinking, "Why does it have to end!" Lol.

The main plot is quite alright, although it wasn't one of the strong points of this game. The character developement and the events that take place within the whole main plot makes up for it big time though. Although to repeat again, the main plot isn't that bad anyways.

The little morals and dialogues in the game are so touching. One of the strong points of this game.I found myself trying to stop tears when Meredy questions Reid what good memories really are. This game also brings a good point to discrimination.

The characters are simply brilliant. You get to really understand them and they're great. The character developement is great. In fact, this was what motivated me to write this review even though I'm not that sort of person, really. You'd think a 15 year old would have better things to do. But I thought I really should to put in my compliments for this game. And yeah, the characters are simply lovable.

The battle system is excellent.
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The first of Tales series, Tales of Phantasia was such revolutionary RPG for SNES/SFC, it was pity not to make in US. When they introduced the second series, Tales of Destiny, with slightly tweaked Phantasia engine, there were no doubt that turned many gamers.
This time, they got it right (well, mostly). I still can't forgive some bonehead at Namco for changing name from Eternia to Destiny II, but otherwise, this is fine RPG.
Graphic has been improved to 32-bit level without losing its uniqueness. With bit of 16-bit simpleness, it distinguishes from others.
Battle system is where this game shines. Improving its trademark single plane, full time (no timebar) battle system, battle is more enjoyable than other RPGs. While others might dismis this as simple button masher, it is not. It takes great reflex of 2-D fighting game, and bit of strategy before the battle to maximize effectiveness. For instance, assigning character's battle position, their battle method, and attack point increases your survival.
Also, it doesn't hurt to point out that the first Tales was developed by Wolf Team (from Namco), which later defected to become tri-Ace (yes, the creator of Star Ocean series). It explains the similarities.
Weakest part of this game is Music Score. They do their job, but also very forgetable. I've played more than 50 RPGs including every Final Fantasy series, Star Oceans, Chronos, Lunar, Grandias, Persona 2, Manas, Sagas, Phantasy Stars, but this is the only time I couldn't remember any tune while playing.
If you can find one (I got lucky at local store), you should give it a try. However, if you are NOT RPG fan, I wouldn't recommend it.
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one of the best rpg ever, totally underrated!
pros
- The watercolor graphics are beautiful, the lights, the effects, the crisp sprite and the animations, all is amazing in graphics
- The story is like a story-based anime show, really intriguing and interesting
- Great characters develompent
- gameplay is the best thing of all.. from the fast-paced real time battle system.. to minigames, craymels systems, cooking, title etc.
-very long game
- the voice acting is good for a ps1 game

Cons
-Sountrack is dull
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I love this game. This is literally my favorite game of all time. If you love RPGs with a unique side scroll fighting style this game is for you. Great story line, lots of side quests, some hard levels and bosses. It's just such a well rounded and beautiful game. The English voice acting is a little corny, but for me it's just pure nostalgia. I could play this game over and over again and never be tired of it!
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