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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

Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Menville ... Lloyd Irving (voice)
Heather Hogan ... Colette Brunel (voice)
Colleen O'Shaughnessey ... Genis Sage (voice) (as Colleen O'Shaughnessy)
Kari Wahlgren ... Raine Sage (voice) (as Kari Whalgren)
Jennifer Hale ... Sheena Fujibayashi (voice)
Shiloh Strong ... Zelos Wilder (voice)
Tara Strong ... Presea Combatir / Corrine (voice)
Crispin Freeman ... Regal Bryant (voice) (as Crispen Freeman)
Cam Clarke ... Kratos Aurion (voice) (as Cam Clark)
Brianne Brozey ... Mithos (voice)
James Arnold Taylor ... Yggdrasill / Gnome (voice)
Kim Mai Guest ... Tabatha / Martel (voice)
Chris Edgerly ... Yuan / Kvar / Magnius (voice)
Daran Norris ... Rodyle / Shadow (voice)
Masasa Moyo Masasa Moyo ... Pronyma / Luna (voice) (as Massasa)
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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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The epic battle for survival.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Japanese

Release Date:

13 July 2004 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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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 »

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Cliché City
17 November 2004 | by papajohn3289See all my reviews

Now, this is an RPG to behold. It is the first AWESOME RPG on the Gamecube, as most of you know. However, its more than just a pretty box. Tales introduces a brand-new real-time combat system that could be compared to that of Star Ocean: Till the End Of Time, however this isn't an interstellular futuristic RPG. Noo, this is much more FF style story (which makes it good). Every battle you fight is an actual privilege to do. The battle system is so good, you will want to beat every enemy you see. There aren't any random encounters, but if you ignore too many boss fights, you won't stand a chance against the bosses. There is no excuse for getting hit in this game, though, since an opponent's attack missing is not random like in FFX. The moves in this game are unbelievable. There are so many combos to pull off, and I beat it without getting many of the moves. Magic attacks can have its glitches though, moves like "Indignation," "Thunder Blade" (the COOLEST move I've ever seen) and some summon spells may cause the cube to freeze because of the extreme amount of light and effects happening. However this game is extremely well done and the battle system makes the game worth more than it is. Dwarven Law #912: Thoust who owneth a Gamecube without thist game shall not be worthy of owning their system in the firsteth place...uhhh...eth. An A+ for this game, or a 97/100.


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