Game Information

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

Recommend

Cuteness
Difficulty
Public review
Feeling of going out
Art point
Number of players1~4 players
Trial version-
Release date2019/1/11
Compatible models
    PS4 PS5(compatibility)
Play style
    協力
Screen style
    一画面
Camera position
    見下ろし
PublisherBANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.

Completely remastered for PS3! *Four players can play at the same time only during battle.

Bandai Namco’s representative RPG “Tales” series drawn with magnificent scale and large volume animation.
It is also mentioned as a series that I like more than the FF/Dragon Quest series.

This work is a complete remaster of the popular series released on PS3 in 2009.
The genre is “RPG to Enforce Justice”.
The story, volume, battle system, and replay elements make it one of the most popular games in the series.
Ported to many hardware.

Basically, it is operated by one person, but four people can play simultaneously only during battle.

Attractive Characters

The main character is Yuri, a young man with long black hair.
He is one of the most popular characters in the series because he does his own justice at will.

9 party characters.
Adventure the vast world with the heroine Estelle and his childhood friend Flynn.

Epic Story

Set in the beautiful world “Terca Lumireis” that benefits from magical instruments (Blastia).
Yuri, who was living a carefree life, gets involved in a small incident and meets Estelle, who is being chased by a knight.
The journey begins with a small event, but gradually you will face the crisis of the world.

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