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Tales of Zestiria by Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.






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  • Mild Language
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  • Use of Tobacco
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Tales of Zestiria is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 10.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Category: Role-Playing

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Tales of Zesteria

A brand new adventure awaits in a fantasy world filled with magic, knights, dragons and mystery in Tales of Zestiria. Two nations fight for supremacy and the fate of the realm lies in the hands of Sorey, an inquisitive young adventurer who takes on the burden of becoming the Shepherd, the one the legends foretold would become the savior of all. Together with Lailah, the Lady of the Lake, who guards the Sacred Blade, and his best friend Mikleo, Sorey soon discovers a powerful force rising in the shadows.

  • A Whole New World - Explore a medieval fantasy world with cues taken from classic literature and wide and expansive environments
  • Instant Aggression - Seamless transitions from exploration to the trademark Tales of real-time battle system skirmishes
  • Fusion Battle System - Strategically fuse two characters together in battle into a more powerful form to achieve victory against vicious enemies
  • The Echoes of Lore - Follow the exploits of Sorey on his mission as the Shepherd told through real-time and animated cut-scenes with the original Japanese voice overs or newly added English voices
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Diet 'Tales of' Let me start off saying that if you've never played a Tales game before, or you're new to the series, you'll probably enjoy this game. The world has interesting elements in it and it offers a fun journey. Ancient legends, magic, adventure-- what could be better?? However, being a hardcore 'Tales of' fan I couldn't say I was impressed. The game threw out its best in the first hour and quickly lost any sort of variety. The world was open but felt completely empty. The dungeons were super repetitive. The battle system was fine and all, but it wasn't outstanding. The dialogues were... awkward and didn't make a lot of sense. The characters were kind of thrown together and didn't really form any sort of believable bonds. What irked me most were the lack of any sort of character development and the incredibly generic flatlined plot (both of which are NOT typical of 'Tales' games). In games like these I usually feel the weight of the world on my shoulders, but in this title I didn't really care. The only part I have to give credit is the soundtrack, it was actually beautiful. I may just be bitter because I am a long time fan, and I know I should be happy that I have big-title JRPG's to play, but this game was missing the heart that built the series in the first place. The whole thing just felt mediocre, and after experiencing what this series is capable of, mediocre is hard to accept. I'm sorry to say that I, personally, was thoroughly disappointed. I hope to be surprised with the next title.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not so good like other tales The game pretty bad. The game battle system was not like any other tales game and it was all about farming stuff to help with skill sheet and the gear not to mention the lvl up ur character did nothing and it made the game play really slow. When battle came not to mention that casting was always interrupted every time u got hit by an enemy if u did that solo stuff in game they took out the ac and made every thing use tp so u had to guard to refill bk up. Then also the main character was not even smart at all including the part he was in the desert and ran up to main boss think he was ganna do anything to him after being told he couldn't didnt listen to anything fire chick said. so being said it was a big down grade compared to the other tales
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well balanced game! This game managed to take both comedy and serious situations and blend them perfectly into a wonderful well rounded game. It can be hard to explain the premise to someone, but I would still highly recommend it to almost anyone who's looking for a fun game with a wonderful story.
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This game is Star Ocean 4 without the SciFi. The combat system is very similar to the Star Ocean games (particularly 4), and the mechanics are overall about the same. Heck, the games even share the same composer, which really adds to the atmosphere. Combat is a bit odd at first, but once you gain the skill to free walk on the battle field, it becomes much better. The story is pretty nice, but the real shine in the game is its cast. The characters personalities are humorous and distinct, and really leave a lasting appeal throughout the game.
Date published: 2016-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another solid entry in the Tales series I have played most of the games in the tales series going back to Tales of Phantasia on the SNES and this game is another great one. If you like the others or just JRPGs in general I would record this one.
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This game is simply beautiful I have never heard of the ‘Tales of” series, but I really got into this game. The world that the game is set in is quite beautiful if you ask me. There is plenty of action in the battle scenes and the characters have very fluid animations, especially in the cut scenes. This game has a lot of promise, and I am hoping to share my gameplay with the world in the future.
Date published: 2016-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Wonderful Game The game has Interesting cut-scenes, the characters actually talk with somewhat realistic movements, combat system is fun, the environment is beautiful, the game is very colorful, the music is wonderful and so are the characters and the story.
Date published: 2016-01-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mediocre entry into long-running Tales Of series The game play is similar to most other tales games but where it differs is the convoluted skill system that appears to be an attempt at mixing a random loot grinder like Diablo with a Tales game. The system falls flat since it could take a prohibitive amount of time to obtain anything specific, an artificial barrier to progression that feels like more of a chore than an accomplishment. On the other hand, the sound and visuals were appealing. The storyline and characters were passable but not very deep and with no extremely dramatic plot twists to grab at the heartstrings. Tales of Zestiria is worth playing once but I would suggest grabbing it from the bargain bin when the price drops.
Date published: 2015-10-31
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