Tales of Berseria (PS4)
A journey of self-discovery
- Embark on a grand adventure as you guide the lead character of Velvet, a young woman whose once kind demeanor has been replaced with a festering anger and hatred due to a traumatic experience 3 years prior
- Join forces with a crew of pirates as they sail across the sea and visit the many islands that make up the sacred Kingdom of Midgand
- Play as one of 6 different characters, each with his or her own unique skills, which are further enhanced by Soul Breach combo attacks when executed with other party members
- Enjoy a new-to-the-series battle system, evolved from the Linear Motion Battle System, which adds the option to map Artes skills to control pad buttons for chained combo attacks
"Tales Of" legacy continued
- Developed by the same celebrated team behind previous "Tales Of" games
- Veteran character designer Mutsumi Inomata designed the character of Velvet
- Famed Japanese animation studio, ufotable, returns to animate the game’s renowned cutscenes
Number of Players
Of the 431 reviewers who responded, 422 would recommend this product.
- Solid RPG experience 4.5- February 3, 2017
The Tales series offers solid roleplaying experiences and this one is no slacker, good story, characters and battle system. The voice acting is solid and the new game system is one of the best. mini games are a bit meh,fun but not worth spending much time on and the weapon upgrade system doesn't get going until later so no reason to invest in it for a large part of the game. on a pure enjoyment level this one was better than final fantasy 15, meh, and about the same as world of final fantasy which I enjoyed. The graphics are not as good as ff15 but eye candy can only take you so far. If you like roleplaying or a good story check this out!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Lots to offer but all surface level- May 19, 2017
If you've played a Tales game before, you know what you're getting with this one. Decent story, story told mostly through comic book style dialog, a good battle system with fun animations, and packed full of stuff to pad it's play time. It's all surface level. Mostly I just mash the square button during combat as my combos are all preprogrammed. Occasionally I throw in a R2 to add some sort of demon combo move. Graphics are subpar for this generation of systems and all the added content is just filler. If you like Tales games (which I do), then you'll enjoy it. Otherwise, this isn't the JRPG to jump on the bandwagon with.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A solid tales game- July 22, 2017
-One of the best tales stories and has a great cast. This is the first game since Symphonia that I saw through the end. -Took me about 42 hours to beat, sidequests will be a extra 30-40 on average. -Visuals were great and was a solid 60 FPS all throughout, with the game running at 1080p. It IS a PS3 port though, so that made a huge different. -There is a lot of backtracking that does get tedious, and it feels like there are less locations then the other Tales games (as well as sharing a world with Zesteria). -The combat feels a bit clunky at times, and a bit easy. Play on the harder difficulties. This is a great title if you can pick it up for cheap.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.