Tales of Vesperia (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Atari Xbox 360 games
Description:Published by: Atari / Genre: Adventure & Role-playing / Release Date: 2009 / A power struggle begins in a civilization ... more
Tales of Vesperia (Xbox 360) ... dependant on an ancient technology, the blastia, and the Empire that controls it. The fates of two friends travelling separate paths intertwine in an epic adventure that threatens the existence of all. Tales of Vesperia marks the first Tales RPG release in high-def with detail and graphics never before seen in the series. Now, real-time battles are more exciting than ever with over limits, the ability to unleash fatal strikes, combinations and burst artes. The next evolution of the revered role-playing series comes to the Xbox 360.
Newest Review: ... style didn't necessarily mean a childish story so I took the plunge and bought Tales of Vesperia. My first impressions were ... more
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Tales of Vesperia (Xbox 360)
A power struggle begins in a civilization dependant on an ancient ...
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Tales of Vesperia (Xbox 360)
The fates of two friends travelling separate paths intertwine in ...
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Customer Tales of Vesperia (Xbox 360) Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/04/11 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I have owned a 360 since launch and when this game was released I had been craving a good JRPG style game on 360 for a long time. I had tried Enchanted Arms, Lost Odyssey and The Last Remnant but none of them were able to hook me and felt too much like grinding. This game came along and at first I was dubious as the game appeared to be a childish cartoon style game so at first I decided not to bother. But after gettng into anime a little I started to realised that the cartoon style didn't necessarily mean a childish story so I took the plunge and bought Tales of Vesperia. My first impressions were not overwhelming, sure the game looked pretty but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 10 readings)
Tales of Vesperia is the first game in the 'Tales' series of RPGs to feature on current-generation consoles, and it's a good one. For those not well versed in the 'Tales' games, their main draw over more prestigious series (Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest) is their fast-paced real-time combat systems, rather than the staid turn-based format of their peers. This battle system is in full force in Vesperia, and works very similarly to previous outings (most notably Symphonia for the GameCube). A big part of RPGs are their characters, and it's here that Vesperia slightly disappoints. Main protagonist Yuri Lowell is certainly a refreshing change to the usual ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Being a massive RPG fan i hunted for a long time to get this game and it wasnt time wasted. The graphics are stunning and the level of detail is amazing and clear. What did catch my attention was the cut scenes seem to be hand drawn animation instead of cell shaded graphics like when you play the game. Why they did this i dont no but it works very well. The story is great and got me sucked in from the word go, but like 99% of RPGs you start of on one quest then the next thing you no the world needs saving. As true as this is for this game the plot has a very nice flow to is and very rarely slows down. The voice acting is one of the best for this style RPG ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/09 (Useful, 10 readings)
Tales of Vesperia is a fun, if not particularly unique JRPG, with a fun and engaging storyline, decent graphics and a good battle system, with pretty good replay value. Story: Fairly generic, nothing truly unique but enough features to keep you interested, and a good overall concept. Characters are while not perhaps the most original in the world, are a little beyond the generic which is nice. Graphics: The game has gone for a cell shaded look similar to that found in Japanese Anime, with some of the cut scenes fully animated. This is something I haven't seen in a while, but works well, particularly for a fantasy setting. Battle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/09 (Useful, 13 readings)
Tales of Vesperia, is a game in the fantastic 'tales' series. They are renowned for being perfect RPGs. The first Tales game I had ever played was tales of symphonia, and that got me really interested in the tales series. The reason why this series is so great is because there is such a deep story to them, they have so much character development in the game, that when something bad happens to them, it affects you emotionally. Not many games can do that, plus there are a ton of cool bad guys and massive boss battles. The music is heavenly, I would happily listen to any of these on my MP3 player, they are just that good. The music really fits the mood ... Read the complete review
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