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Tales of Destiny II (2000)

Tales of Eternia (original title)
Reid Hershel, Farrah Oersted, and a mysterious girl named Meredy must embark on a journey to learn the truth on the fate of their world. The story begins when Reid and Farrah attend to the ... See full summary »
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Sôichirô Hoshi ...
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Kevin Miller ...
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Reid Hershel, Farrah Oersted, and a mysterious girl named Meredy must embark on a journey to learn the truth on the fate of their world. The story begins when Reid and Farrah attend to the crash of a spaceship near their hometown, Rashea. As they investigate the place of the incident, a weird blue animal leads them to a young girl injured by the crash who speaks an unknown language. Further on, Reid and Farrah learn that the mysterious girl, named Meredy, came here to prevent a deadly collision between her planet, Celestia, and Reid and Farrah's world, Inferia. With the help of some friends picked up along the way, Reid, Farrah, and Meredy set out on a quest to collect a set of spiritual beings, their only hope to save both of their planets from a terrible disaster.

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Adventure | Fantasy

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10 September 2001 (USA)  »

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Namco...You know it's gonna be good.
2 December 2009 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

While i've only scratched the surface of this Role-playing game, i must admit i am having a ton of fun with it. It's in anime, the Story just sucks you right in, and the battling is different than Traditional RPGs.

First off, i would like to say that the main character is quite possibly the most Fairyish looking guy i've ever seen in a game. He wears a sports bra! no, i'm not kidding you...a Sports bra! a bright blue, tight to the skin sports bra. and it looks like he also wears short shorts as well, but the animators put a pair of flesh coloured pants on him too. i guess wearing midriff baring clothes is sexy for guys in japan now.

As for the rest of the characters, they all look good. it's a traditional anime cartoon, only you decide what happens.

Here's the Story so far. Reid and his best friend Farah live in a peace-loving village, where Reid spends his time hunting for food while Farah works part time on a farm. the 2 are inseparable friends. but while they're spending time together, a bright light hits the forest. When Reid and Farah go to investigate, they discover a mysterious girl who speaks a language they cannot understand. but really, she's come to warn them of incoming danger. Who is she? what language does she speak? what is the warning of danger she brings, and most importantly, How do you stop that danger from happening? What leads is quite possibly one of the most addicting RPGs for the Playstation.

As for the fighting, it's not like the style that Final Fantasy VII and Legend of Dragoon had, where you attack, Wait ten seconds, get attacked, and then attack again...this time you fight...fighting game style! You have the ability to run up to your enemies, and slash and hack at will. later in the game, you will earn special abilities, which will take your enemies out faster. you can also equip items, such as capes, shields, Armour, anything that will help you on your quest which has about 60 hours of gameplay. yes! thats 2 and a half days of game! spread out with hour long sessions, you'll spend a long, long time playing. and it's T rated, so don't freak out!

Now I don't know how the rest of the story goes, so i can't give it a solid out of ten rating. but from what i've seen so far, i can throw it a 9 out of ten. i suggest you order this off of Ebay. have fun!


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