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Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World

Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
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ESRB Rating: T (Teen 13+) i
Alcohol Reference
Fantasy Violence
Mild Language
Suggestive Themes

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Set two years after the events of the award-winning Tales of Symphonia for the Nintendo GameCube, Dawn of the New World follows the journey of two new young heroes, Emil Castagnier and Marta Lualdi, as they seek to uncover the mystery of why their world has fallen into ruin. In their quest, their paths will cross with the original cast of Tales of Symphonia including Lloyd and Colette, as well as a summon spirit known as Ratatosk who claims to be the lord of all monsters.

Advancing the combination of story, characters and real-time battles that made Tales of Symphonia one of the best-selling and highest-rated role-playing games for the Nintendo GameCube, Dawn of the New World introduces a new monster recruitment feature in which players can capture more than 200 unique enemies and train them to actively participate in battle. Players can then feed these monsters to make them more effective, and even evolve them into several new fearsome forms. The game also features an updated real-time battle system that lets players move freely in all directions around the battlefield, execute powerful unison attacks and take advantage of a new elemental alignment system for even more strategic depth. Dawn of the New World gives players complete control over a full roster of Tales of Symphonia characters and ally monsters, letting them customize their adventure party into hundreds of unique combinations.

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This isnt a anime game
Dwindie
2 years ago
This game is apart of a long series of game named the tales series and this one is a sequel and spinoff of the first game named Tales Of Symphonia but in this game we play as a scrawny young boy named emil who through the power of your decisions can either be good or bad, but thats up to you yo decide the story
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5.0
This game is will appeal to all different gamers.
Telethia
7 years ago
I love this game. it has many different aspects that appeal to many different player of many age groups. The graphics are well done and the clarification and detail are are stunning. i also love the story line as there are parts where it will be a straight walk through and others where there will be some puzzles that you need to think out or you will screw up and have to start again. this is one of the best games i play and own and i really like that fact that you can if wanted play with two players. my sister loves joining me when i play and have even started a joint file together.
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4.0
I loved it for the most part
Zelodos
7 years ago
I love the soundtrack, the graphics, and the characters. I don't really like the limited amount of customization of the past characters. you can't change their titles, equipment, and you can't level them up manually. otherwise great game
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4.0
grate game
kagome
8 years ago
this game is a bit small on where you can go but the story line is grate and the monsters you have to choose from is quit large so this is a fun game as long as your go at pusalls
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5.0
AWESOME GAME!!
Neonissuchamonsta
8 years ago
This is one of the best tales of games ever I highly recommend it to any tales of fan! The only thing i did not liked was the grade shop but the rest of the game makes up for that.
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4.0
KInda a disapointment
Vincentdeath
8 years ago
It was a great game up until the very end....... the ending is kinda stupid i thought that the first one was way better
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4.0
ToS:DOTNW, a really under rated game.
ThatAmzingReviewGuy
8 years ago
Tales of Symphonia, one of the most acclaimed games of all times on the Tales of series if I'm not mistaken.Being a grand Tales of fan I had to try this game out and despite all the horrid reviews that I read about this this game is not as bad as it is described. The battle system is really similar to the original game and it's fairly entertaining with the new "make pacts with monsters and make them fight with you" ability that you can use on this game. The story described in one word would be....umm..."interesting" it is very well done but it's somewhat of a cliche on some parts. The characters of Emil Castagnier and Marta Lualdi are the two new main characters from the story on this sequel, with the previous cast also as supportive characters. One thing that seriously made me facepalm through a good 40 seconds was that the supportive cast CAN'T level up, the only characters that can level up are your monsters and Emil and Marta which was really disappointing to me because on the last boss my Emil and Marta were level 80 my monsters level 90 and all the others characters were level 50 and it was a major let down. The side quests were entertaining up to a certain point and good for grinding if they were your suited levels but after that it got annoying, same maps, same things. For example you went into an abandoned mine and had to find 4 monsters which were in the SAME place every time and all 4 were the EXACT SAME monsters from that level; Chests were also in the exact same place and monsters were lurking in the exact same place. Some challenges were fun and challenging but many were easy and practically you had the answers right in front of you and many were just run around use the sorcerers ring and carry on going. The monsters were fun to battle and the boss battles were perfect, not easy not rage quit, perfect level truly. This was not some of those games which players just say "FOR NARNIA!" Charge at the enemy and attack non stop, no, on this game you can't do that or you'll end dying like the Spartans. You actually need to use tactics for example have your healer and your magic attack dealer, your main attacker and your support to make this out. Even if you think "I got my Mystic Artes, this boss is going to be EASY!" You're WRONG trust me (Personal experience) the bosses are going to surprise you! Why? No answer yet? Dang...well, they have Mystic Artes too! WOOHOO! (Sarcasm) It's also pretty fun because it doesn't kill you but leave you with 1 HP point so you just run away like a little girl and wait until someone uses items or heals you. The monsters are always charging for the attack and some have minor healing spells which is pretty useful too but if your human characters die the game is over even if you have more monsters on your team. The scenarios and music were extremely well done, I've always loved all the Tales of music and this compositions were not let downs. The characters had progression, especially Emil which started off as a little kid who cried over anything to a big boy who still cried a little bit but actually fought! One thing that made me laugh through the whole game was Marta's creepy obsession over Emil which I considered HILARIOUS. The humor was kept on this game and it was refreshing to see some jokes and skits after half an hour of reading all the dialogues on the game. Overall this is an amazing game which is sadly GREATLY under rated but if you really like Tales of, this is sure a must!
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4.0
Great Game Overall
Grimmjow707
9 years ago
Tales Of Symphonia: Dawn Of The New World has splendid combat for a real time RPG which can get a bit repetitive but its nothing that hurts the game. Its graphics are pretty good for the wii, and the soundtrack for this game is well made. One of the only flaws this game has are its dumb and redundant puzzles, trust me on this you will have to get a walkthrough. This game has a unique story that is interesting. The characters are all well thought out and funny in their own way. Do yourself a favor and buy this game.
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5.0
Overall amazing game
clayton2243
9 years ago
the game has an azing soundtrack, story and graphis. some would disagree abou the graphics but you have to remember, it is a wii game and the wii mas released in 2006 so graphics today are overall better on gaming systems. rfom the start the game hadme hooked.i have played the game 3 times and plan on playing it again!!!!! if your reading my review i say that you should by this game, especially if your a fan of the tales games
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2.0
Does not live up to the original
chuckiemon
9 years ago
Pros: Emil is a really cool name. It's based on the original ToS. It ages Genis and Presea well. The baddies are interesting... How they suddenly appeared after two years is baffling, but they have interesting personalities. Cons: This game not only has a horrid plot, but it screws with the storyline of the original... a lot. In the original, there's a side quest where you can go into nifleheim and destroy it, but in this one they're scared of what might happen if the door to it opens. The voice acting is awful. They changed the pronunciation of a few things. They randomly use monsters as if they were pokemon. The "New World" is the old world with bigger dungeons and few random changes such as a nonexistent overworld. The graphics are somehow worse than the original.
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