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Tales of Zestiria (2015)

Teiruzu obu zesutiria (original title)
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In a world torn by war between two powerful nations fighting for rule and supremacy, a Sheperd must battle Malevolence and reunite humans and Seraphim.

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Yuuta Hase, Mari Miyata
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Ryohei Kimura Ryohei Kimura ... Sorey (voice)
Ryôta Ôsaka Ryôta Ôsaka ... Mikleo (voice) (as Ryota Osaka)
Miyu Matsuki Miyu Matsuki ... Lailah (voice)
Misato Fukuen ... Edna (voice)
Mikako Komatsu Mikako Komatsu ... Rose (voice)
Daisuke Ono ... Dezel (voice)
Ai Kayano ... Alisha (voice)
Kenjirô Tsuda ... Zaveid (voice)
Hideyuki Hori Hideyuki Hori ... Sergei (voice)
Mami Koyama ... Maltran (voice)
Takehito Koyasu ... Lunarre (voice)
Takayuki Sugô ... Heldarf (voice)
Yutaka Nakano Yutaka Nakano ... Baltrow (voice)
Takanori Hoshino Takanori Hoshino ... Lucas (voice)
Hiromi Igarashi Hiromi Igarashi ... Symon (voice)

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From way back, people worshiped Seraphs as Gods. Seraphs are beings that are able to use magic, however, they have always been among people. Yet, only a few are able to see them, those who can leave their names and legacies in the history of the mankind. Sorey, the main protagonist of the series, is a human raised by the Seraphs. Long-long time ago, Shepherds, humans contracted to a powerful Seraph, were that only power keeping peace and all terrors of wars away from the humanity. They are no more, so the world sinks in malevolence. Sorey having saved the princess, finds out that the humanity is in grave danger yet again. He together with his friend Mikleo and the princess Alisha embarks on a quest to save the mankind. Written by Scientiiaa

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It's usually the follow ups that fall short
15 April 2016 | by residentgrigoSee all my reviews

Tales of Zestiria is better that the universally nonsensical Tales sequels but i still can't recommend it and even burned out on the game. The Tales franchise never had "good" narratives but this one is outright bad. Every character is most importantly an unengaging cliché and the addition of character fusions to the battle system need to be fixed or leave the franchise immediately. Even the technical side felt as if it took a step back. Let's see how the upcoming "prequel" will shake out but the developer needs to move on from the decade old PS3. Zestria functions fine enough so veterans may last till the open ending, which is even locked behind Dlc, but newcomers should instead invest into recent entries as Graces f, Hearst R, Syphnia Chronicles 1, Xillia 1 or Vesperia instead.


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Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

20 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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