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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:38pm 03/08/09 | 2 Comments
Need a game to keep you busy between now and the roll out of this holiday season's big hitters? Tales of Vesperia is a role-playing game bound to keep you a little more than busy thanks to its epic storyline and slowly progressive gameplay advances.

With an awesome art-style that maintains the presentation level the Tales series is renowned for, Tales of Vesperia offers plenty in the way of great story-telling, micromanagement and real-time battles.

For our full review, hit this link.



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Midda
Posted 01:50pm 03/8/09
I got this a few weeks back, and I'm loving it. It's the first JRPG I've played in years, the last one being Tales of Symphonia (which I also loved). It's just a shame that we got it over a year after the NTSC regions. I almost wasn't going to get it, after hearing that the PS3 version is coming out soon with an extra character, but I was sick of waiting.
NanaPeel21
Posted 02:18pm 03/8/09
I love this game. Even if the ps3 version does come out eventually in english i'll still play it again and again much like what I did with eternal sonata.
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