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Tales of Symphonia - Gamecube

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Tales of Symphonia - Gamecube

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  • Fierce, action-packed battle system with hundreds of special attacks, spells, and combos
  • Fully customizable character growth system -- change your fighting style and alter the storyline according to the characters' relationships
  • Multiplayer fighting action - Up to 4 players can control one party member each during combat
  • Unprecedented number of great minigames and side quests
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What a Game!!Tales of Symphonia is an exceptional RPG game. I've been a fan for this genre for as long as I can remember. Through college and now medical school, I've become quite selective about the games I play because of my limited amount of free time. In my opinion, Tales of Symphonia can easily rival any of the best hits in the Final Fantasy series. Behind the cartoon-like/anime styled graphics is 80 hours of pure fun and entertainment.Given the character designs and art works in general in the game, I really didn't expect much from Symphonia initially. But as the story unravels, I find the storyline enthralling and very well thought-out. The twists and turns are surprising most of the time yet very plausible. Character development is an area where I think Symphonia really outdoes the Final Fantasy (FF) series. Unlike the often simple-minded and happy-go-lucky paper-thin characters in FF, the full cast of symphonia shows great depth individually and growth over the course of the game. They acknowledge and deal with many themes, such as love and hatred, gain and loss, courage and cowardice, loyalty and betrayal, hope and regret, companionship and loneliness, selfishness and sacrifice in a very mature way. Each main character's personality stands out and leaves quite an impression. For instance, Kratos is rational, composed, willful and cold-blooded. Yet deep down he has a heroically conscientious side. Sheena is an honorable, strong-willed and independent ninja. But underneath it all, she is gentle and vulnerable and yearns for friendship. Regal lives in the sorrow and despair of his past. What happened? And who is he? The carefully crafted subtleties in each of character's personality and their motivations unveil gradually through the main storyline and the skits so well that all of them seem to come to life and become likable individuals. Character development in Symphonia definitely adds more layers to the game overall.Despite of the realness of its characters and the storyline's seriousness, the game handles itself very lightheartedly. There's rarely any dull moment during the gameplay. The dialogues are funny and interesting. Some witty lines really cracked me up. The background music very nicely enhances of the mood and ambience. 8 main characters all have their own thematic music that matches them very well. The quality of voice acting is quite good. I think Kratos' voiceover was especially fitting for a tired hero who has seen it all and done it all.The battle system is one of the most sophisticated I have seen. With 4 party members on the field, the player can control any one of them one at a time. The A.I. is more than satisfying. You can customize just about anything for a character, from targeting enemy, position on the battle field and attacking strategy to job titles, special moves, style of fighting (strong or technical), elemental attributes, the unique combo attack and unison attack systems and EX Gem boosts and EX skills. The battling system steers this game more towards an action RPG (think of Legend of Zelda). This makes levels less relevant and your ability to strategize and control your character effectively more important. When you become an expert in battle, you can defeat bosses at a much higher level than you are! The performance in battle is also graded! What?! Yes, you are graded based on how well you fight. Grades are EXTREMELY valuable. You'll need them big time when you start new game+ after you beat the game once.The game also features 8 variations on its ending depending on the choices you make in the game and a ton of side quests and mini games. Even if you are completely oblivious to everything that makes this game unique, it is still more fun and entertaining than you expect (it certainly took me by surprise!). I had a blast with this game. If you choose to play it, I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did. (And chances are, you will, trust me.)5A game unknown to me but known by othersHonestly I don't know much about it, I made a mistake order of getting this game instead of Tales of Vesperia. However if you know the Tales series very well you can definitely conclude that this game is a great game. If you want a good reference on what this game is like watch some walk-through's of the game on youtube. If you like it then buy it on Amazon your trusted and reliable shopping website.5MY FAVORITE GAME!XDMy favorite game company? Namco.My favorite game series? the Tales of Games. I love this game.yes the message is a little after school special, discrimination is wrong jumping to conclusion is wrong, slavery is wrong and blah, but this game is wicked. i had the game before but i was fifteen at the time, and didn't take care of my games very well. i'm twenty four now, i can care for my games better. and this is definitely one that i will play over and over and over and over...5So far, great game!So far, I really, really like this game!!! I always hear people talk about what a great game this is! They say it is the best Tales game so far. I bought it so that I could have another Tales game beaten and underneath my belt. The game works great! I use it on my backwards compatible Wii and I have no problems with it at all. The storyline is interesting and although a little dated, the graphics are pretty good!5OG Version= Best VersionBefore I ever played this game, i actually played Tales of Abyss, Graces, and Xillia and i love them all. Then i got this game on the Playstation 3 Store... most clunky thing I had ever played, making menfeel like the game didnt live up to the hype behind it. BUT! I saw this version online; its HUD is way more stylish, with a nicer font and PLAYS AT 60FPS, WHICH THE 2 NEWER VERSIONS DO NOT! If anyone is gonna touch this game... get this version. After 2 meh ports, its still the best version.4Great Game OverallI really do like this game, but I have my issues with it. The game begins a little slow, and you have to complete a few dungeons before the real story starts. However, the middle of the game will have you on the edge of your seat waiting for the next turn of events. The story follows Collette, the "chosen" of a land that has fallen into decay, Lloyd, a young, rash swordsman who was raised by a dwarf, and Genis, a genius elf magician. In order to bring prosperity back, they must unlock spirit seals while avoiding capture by the Desians, a race which uses humans as slaves. As usual for a tales game, there are many unexpected story twists and interesting characters, which create a unique (from other series anyways) experience.Pros:-Unexpected storyline-Great characters-Long game-Lots of replay value for perfectionists (and many characters to learn to play as)-Awesome real time battle style-Beautiful colors and scenery-Easy to navigate-You can see the enemies on the map, so you can avoid themMeh:-Has oddly religious overtones for the first part of the game-Synopsis is helpful, but tends to be wordy and doesn't always tell you what to do next-Multiplayer is possible, but camera always focuses on first player, so other people can't see what's going onCons:-Dungeons get long and annoying-At times story becomes a checklist of items to collect-Sometimes you have no clue what you're supposed to be doing-Linear battle line, meaning you can't just run anywhere you want in battleOverall, this is a fantastic game, especially when considering how long ago it was made. However, I do prefer Tales of the Abyss for the PS2, and would recommend it over Symphonia. But if you're looking for a story-based RPG to play on your old Gamecube or Wii, pick this up and you won't be disappointed as long as you give it a chance.4One of the best jrpgs i have ever played.EDIT: I have now finished this game and the rating is more like 4.7 outta 5 stars but we'll get to that in this review. Anyways let's go. I have played Kingdom Hearts ever since I was 6-7 years old. I am now 15 and I'm still waiting for kh 2.8 and 3 to come out so I thought "hey why not get another jrpg to hold me over". Last year I was trying to remember a game I played for like 10 minutes with my older cousin when I was 8 and I knew it was called "Tales of" something and I couldn't remember what it was. I remembered now and I got it maybe 2 or 3 weekends ago, I have now finished it and I loved nearly every minute of it(I'll list the negatives I had at the end). Now there is a ps3 port but I got original for nostalgic purposes. Anyways let's talk about the game.Story: 5/5 Oh boy this story man this story. Without spoiling anything while the story can be a little confusing at times I'll just say this get ready for a bunch of plot twists to happen like I was saying "What?!" a bunch of times during my playthrough and the only other game series that has made me do that is Kingdom Hearts. Also even though the game doesn't tell you, your actions have an effect on the story whether it's taking a non-canon path or changing the dialogue the game is different every time. Seriously look up different playthroughs on youtube and they'll most likely be very different from yours.Characters:4.8/5 I love the characters in this game so much all except for one who I guess kind of redeems himself at the canon ending(as said before you can change the story to your liking but the game doesn't tell you that which again is exciting to me anyways) but god for the entire time he was in my party I was like "Omg shut up you pervert"(no literally he's a pervert) but I guess it really just comes down to personal preference. The characters get really really fleshed out and developed as the story goes on and you can activate little skits to see what they are feeling and how the situations surrounding these characters affects them and also how they feel about other characters.Gameplay: 4.3/ It really depends on what your doing at the time. This game has combat, exploring, and dungeons with puzzles. The combat is so satisfying(I especially love the tutorial one of the best ones in a jrpg like ever) and it is very very customizable with the growth of how your character plays. They'll unlock different special moves each time you perform one specific one X amounts of times and you can do many different comboes to mix it up a bunch. You can also play a total of (by the time your party's full) 8 different characters and they all have different play styles so you can find what suits you best but it'll definitely take some practice. The overworld is nice and spread out but there are 2 major problems with it. 1. The map sometimes feels like as means of just getting to the next area and letting the next cutscene play which isn't a good feeling especially in an rpg, and 2. much later in the story you get 2 vehicles a boat and a flying machine. You use the boat a total of about 2 times that are necessary to progress the game and once you get the flying machine, walking/running around the overworld and the boat becomes obselete so what's the point of the boat if you can just fly wherever you want (and I do mean wherever the game loops the map back around). I understand the walking but using the boat for a total of about 2 times is kind of pointless wouldn't you say?Lastly is the matter of the dungeons. It's like The Legend of Zelda except instead of smaller mini puzzles the dungeon is always one big puzzle or maze. The difficulty of the puzzles range from overly simplistic to "Wtf do I need to be doing right now?". Now puzzles in of themselves aren't bad at all hell I even love one dungeon where the entire thing is an escort mission but it is far far better then you would think at first, but man some of these puzzles/mazes can be very VERY obnoxious and I personally don't like most of them. Doesn't help that there's enemies everywhere in the dungeons. I wouldn't blame you if you used guides for some of the puzzles I did that to.Music: 4.6/5 They'll definitely fit the mood at the time and some I'll hum over and over but some just don't stick out to much especially some of the battle themes.Graphics: 5/5 For the time these are great graphics. Sure you get blurry close ups at times and the characters move awkwardly to at times but it's still great.Voice acting: 4/5 The voices fit the characters perfectly but sometimes when a character says something like "Dammit!" I feel the actors try to push to much and try to hard to emphasize the situation.Overall: 4.7/5 Yes I'm still giving it an about 4.7 rating why? Despite quite the few negatives I had, they hardly detract from the game at all (except for dungeon puzzles/mazes) and really it just comes down to personal preference. Also, and this is not the game's fault it is the seller's fault, the game would crash very frequently on specifically disk 2 and there was a point near the end of the game where I literally had to switch from my wii to gamecube and vice versa just to get past some crashing so that may have influenced my judgement on the game overall. Bug this is a definite must have for anyone who loves jrpgs or maybe even rpgs in general. Thank for taking the time to read this review :).5I love the game but my copy wasn't playable...I got this game sooner than expected, and i was really surprised! But soon to end the excitement was the game disk not working. As soon as i put the game in the gamecube, the "Error, could not read game disk" sign came up... and i tried it like 20 times, then I cleaned the disk as best as I could, and the game still would not be read. I also tried it in my Wii, thinking it would be read incase the gamecube was broken, but got the same result /: i wasx really lookin forward to playin this game is it possible to exchange it...If you could please reply as soon as you possible can that would be great... thank you.AwtumnSc5Worth buying the old purple 'cube just to play itTales of symphonia, where to start on an incredible RPG. The fans of most other games looked at cel -shading as too cartoony. But as with Wind Waker, this installment of the tales series stands the test of time. Showing that the art style that was shunned in the past, can make lasting impressions. I will try to be as objective as possible to give a fair review to my favorite game. The storyline is remarkable. Plot twists, lovable characters, and epic real time battles puts this game on par with other rpgs with near legendary status, such as Final Fantasy 7, 10, The Kotor series and Radiata Stories. All of which are great in there own respect. During the generation that TOS came out, the ps2 had been dominating in the RPG genre. Which are too many to actually name, so when it was time for the GameCube to receive a great RPG, Namco and Tales did not disappoint. With over 80 hours of gameplay, in a storyline that rivals "The Notebook" in shear emotion. You play as Lloyd, from the very poor town of iselia. Charged with protecting"The chosen" Colette, a clumsy female friend of Lloyd, on her quest to defeat the desians and regenerate the world to bring prosperity back to sylverant. I wont go into detail to avoid spoilers. But as you progress the story you meet wonderful and unique characters from sylverant and beyond. Each character has a personality of their own which shows during cut-scenes and little intermission dialogues called skits. The battle system is unique in itself. As it incorporates real time battle with the option of 4 players. Making the experience even better as with most games where the character is CPU controlled, they can get quite dumb, so having a friend control another character helps quite a bit. Along with the battles come a score of music that I believe to be a complete masterpiece on its own, composed by Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura, and Takeshi Arai. Whether you're in battle, a town, or dungeon, the music sets the stage perfectly. I can't think of anything negative about this game. As a whole its perfect. But that could be a very bias opinion by me. And I'm positive that I'm not the only one who thinks this game is worth going out and buying the old purple cube just to play it.5Best Gamecube RPG!This is probably your best option for RPGs on the Gamecube. Fire Emblem doesn't count as it is more turn based strategy game and not a real RPG game like Tales (you don't travel in Fire Emblem, since it is Chapter based). The Tales series are known for the "real time" battle system, where you get to control the battle hands on instead of choosing what you want your character to do (though you will most of your characters to manage on their own). The game is huge and will take a while for any seasoned RPG gamer or first time RPG player to finish. The main draw for the game is obviously for the great story. Any game that tells a good story is usually a very good RPG, of course that's just part of it. The battle system is another key factor in any RPG and Tales doesn't disappoint as it is easy to execute but at the same time there are interesting perks such as the combo system. One main draw to the series is how there is no random battles. You get to see the enemy on the screen and you get to choose if you want to engage in battle or avoid it (though the enemies will tend to pursue you to engage in battle you can normally avoid a lot of battles if you don't wish to fight). I can go on longer about this game but I will end by saying that this game definitely deserves a purchase seeing how it is budget priced and if you own a GC or a Wii you will be owning one of the best RPGs for both systems (at least for now).5
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