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Lloyd Irving and his childhood friend Colette are destined to go on a journey to save the world of Sylvarant, but doing so may endanger Tethe'alla, a world parallel to theirs.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lloyd Irving (voice)
Colette Brunel (voice)
Genis Sage (voice) (as Colleen O'Shaughnessy)
Raine Sage (voice) (as Kari Whalgren)
Zelos Wilder (voice)
Regal Bryant (voice) (as Crispen Freeman)
Kratos Aurion (voice) (as Cam Clark)
Mithos (voice)
Yggdrasill / Gnome (voice)
Kim Mai Guest ...
Tabatha / Martel (voice)
Yuan / Kvar / Magnius (voice)
Rodyle / Shadow (voice)
Masasa Moyo ...
Pronyma / Luna (voice) (as Massasa)


Lloyd Irving and his childhood friend Colette are destined to go on a journey to save the world of Sylvarant, but doing so may endanger Tethe'alla, a world parallel to theirs.

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The character Yggdrasill's name is taken from Norse Mythology. According to the Norse, the Yggdrasill was the giant ash tree which connected the three worlds, Asgard (land of the gods), Midgard (land of the mortals), and Niflheim (the underworld). In the game, the giant Kharlan tree has a similar function, being a "link that connects the world." Furthermore, an identical tree appears in the series's first game, Tales of Phantasia, under the name "Yggdrasill." See more »


Colette Brunel: [Occasionally at the end of a battle, if these three are in the party] Wow, Kratos, you're amazing!
Genis Sage: That *was* seriously impressive.
Kratos Aurion: [a little embarrassed] It was nothing... Let's move on!
Colette Brunel: [simultaneously with Genis] Soo cool!
Genis Sage: [simultaneously with Colette] Soo cool!
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A rarity in and of itself, a really good rpg on the gamecube.
11 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

Other than the Baten Kaitos series, this is about the only really good rpg on the gamecube system. Well Skies of Arcadia was good as well, but it was not originally designed for gamecube. This game features a group of friends and fighters helping another one of their friends complete a pilgrimage that once complete will lead her to becoming an angel and lead the world in which they live in out of a down period and into a new age of prosperity. Sounds a bit like Final Fantasy X, eh? Well it does follow the usual rpg formula for the most part as there are a couple of twists here and there, though nothing to shocking what makes this one fun are the characters and the comedy that this and all the Tales series have within them. They also share the same combat system, a real time super fast battle, while it may be fun makes me at least tend to use only one of the characters all the time rather than switching around to others. You just get used to their moves and you have a hard time switching and assigning moves and such. So for an epic journey that spans two worlds and is a lot of fun, though not the most original, this game is worth checking out.

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