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A sinister being who calls himself Dhaos wishes to suck the earth dry of its resources. He seeks the power of the Tree of Life to create a Mana seed. Cless, Klarth, Chester, Archie, and ... See full summary »

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Lynn Harris
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Cast

Cast overview:
Takeshi Kusao ... Cless Alvein / Chester Barklight (voice)
Satomi Kôrogi ... Mint Adnade (voice) (as Satomi Kurohgi)
Mika Kanai Mika Kanai ... Arche Klaine (voice)
Kazuhiko Inoue ... Klarth F. Lester (voice)
Kaneto Shiozawa ... Dhaos (voice)
Junko Iwao ... Mint Adnade (1998) (voice)
Kentarô Itô Kentarô Itô ... Chester Barklight (1998) (voice)
Taeko Kawata Taeko Kawata ... Suzu Fujibayashi (1998) (voice)
Unshô Ishizuka ... Narrator (1998) (voice)
Lynn Harris ... Mint Adenade / Suzu Fujibayashi / Martel (voice) (as Lynn Eve Harris)
Charles Glover ... Trinicus D. Morrison / Dhaos (voice)
Robert Tsonos ... Cress Albane (voice)
Peter von Gomm Peter von Gomm ... Chester Burklight / Claus F. Lester (voice) (as Peter Von Gomm)
Helen Morrison Helen Morrison ... Arche Klein (voice)
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Storyline

A sinister being who calls himself Dhaos wishes to suck the earth dry of its resources. He seeks the power of the Tree of Life to create a Mana seed. Cless, Klarth, Chester, Archie, and Mint must stop him before he destroys the world. Use the Eternal Sword to travel through time and meet interesting characters. Learn and execute a myriad of attack techniques using Street Fighter-esque control. Befriend Elemental Spirits and use them to cast spells. Fill your inventory with an arsenol of devestating weapons and life-saving items. Written by Chris Morrow

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Truly, if there is evil in this world, it lies within the heart of mankind.

Genres:

Adventure | Fantasy

Certificate:

E10+ | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese | English

Release Date:

6 March 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Tales of Phantasia: Full Voice Edition See more »

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Wolf Team See more »
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Color
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Trivia

This game was released/re-released/remade a total of three times, originally for the Super Famicom, a second time for the Playstation, and the most recent time for the Gameboy Advance. Much of the controls and such were reworked for later versions (very similar to later games in the series, such as Tales of Destiny, in fact.) See more »

Crazy Credits

Both the SNES and GBA versions have a quote, by Edward D. Morrison, at the start of their intro, which is spoken aloud as well as printed. Morrison is the name of one of the NPCs who helps you on your quest. See more »

Alternate Versions

The PSX version has these extra differences -
  • New intro and credits sequences, taking advantage of the better graphics engine.
  • Some effects are rendered using 3-D.
  • The map is in 3-D and includes the Tales 'Press SELECT for a conversation' button.
  • Some music has been rearranged.
  • Some missions have been altered.
  • Some locations have been remapped for ease of use.
  • Sprite graphics are larger and more detailed during battle.
  • There are a lot more vocals during story scenes.
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Connections

References Warukyûre no Bôken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu (1986) See more »

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This game is indeed a classic.
8 September 2006 | by ZeroRaijinSee all my reviews

It's kinda funny that the first game in the "Tales of" series that hit any country outside of Japan was Tales of Destiny for Playstation, seeing as how this game is just as advanced, if you ignore that high resolution cut scenes and music are present in the other games. I highly recommend downloading the fan-translated ROM of the SNES version of this game, rather than getting the dubbed version, released not too long ago on Game Boy Advanced (the dubbing is atrocious, and they replaced the intro with some crappy little jingle). This Winter, Tales of Destiny is going to be re-released on PS2 in Japan. Hopefully we'll be seeing it hit stateside, seeing as how it's just as great as Tales of Phantasia. For anyone who wants to play an RPG that actually has some life to it, that isn't the same old stale crap, I highly recommend this series.


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