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Tales of Berseria reviews 7 Kytes, Jan 26, Tales of games are big part of why i'm still playing videogames. This is such a wonderful series. Berseria introduce female main character which is pretty rare in jrpg, on top of that she is basically villain, a pirate. Other parts are pretty classic, which means they are good. A nice complex yet simple gameplay I know is weird but that is how i felt it and one of the best stories in a videogame I have played so far. The best Tales Of Game I have played to date. A great character design and character develope throu the game and a nice dificulty A must play for me if you like JRPG Anelsy, Mar 30, Tales of Berseria is a great game. Better than Tales of Zestiria in every aspect. A good JRPG. Pretty good graphics. Better story.

It's an interesting plot line that I can't recall having seen before.

That said, the rest of the game is lacking. Graphics are decent but technically unimpressive by all standards. Level design is lazy and uninspired. Enemies are basic animal tropes.

Music is completely forgettable except maybe a couple tunes. Fighting bosses is exceedingly frustrating when you can't build up combos. Exploration can be fun, but mostly you'l just want to get to the next area. I got roughly 40 hours of play, and had a blast with the story.

As long as you can accept the game's flaws, it's a decent play. There are several other RPGs I'd recommend before this one, though.

Indrigis, Feb 6, Tales of Berseria is a painfully mediocre game. It is a good JRPG in that it does all the necessary fanservice and "unexpected" plot twists but as a game it is really bland. Yes, it has rave reviews but it still follows every "safe" cliche that has plagued the genre for the last 10 years.

Velvet is all "dark", "really evil" and "revenge-driven" but she's extremely prone to not killing important enemies, being needlessly chatty when butt-kicking is due and turning into a damsel in distress when the plot demands it.

The supporting cast, however different and "edgy" they might look are all the stereotypical ones. A swordsman who looks carefree but is actually totally absolutely amazingly powerful, a clumsy kid whose primary role is to invoke warm feelings, a really grimdark fighter who is both grim and dark, a comic relief happy go lucky magician girl who, of course, will magically save you when a deus ex machina is needed The combat is quite complicated and nuanced but gut-wrenchingly boring.

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There are a plethora of "artes" your characters can learn but you are limited to 4 artes per combo level so you either set up the most effective combo all around and mash a single button until you get calluses, start every battle with painstakingly reassigning artes to fit your present set of enemies or say "Eh, whatever" and set combat difficulty to "Easy", saving yourself a few hours. And technically the game is stuck somewhere in mids.

The sublevels are small to account for the engine's limitations and when a really big open level shows up it looks like a Quake map with lots of rectangular building blocks glued together with no environmental detail or objects.

SFX is flashes and animated inserts, sound is nothing to write a review about. Despite all the praise it's still a Tales game fresh off the conveyor with all the flaws and bumps lovingly preserved.

Few games can say their characters could pass for real people with real complexities and personalities. Magilou and Eleanor in particular are fascinating to me, but all are exceptional. The story itself is centered around revenge, and the main characters could actually be viewed as the villains for a good portion of the game.

It's an interesting plot line that I can't recall having seen before. That said, the rest of the game is lacking.

Graphics are decent but technically unimpressive by all standards. Level design is lazy and uninspired. Enemies are basic animal tropes. Music is completely forgettable except maybe a couple tunes. Fighting bosses is exceedingly frustrating when you can't build up combos.

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Exploration can be fun, but mostly you'l just want to get to the next area. I got roughly 40 hours of play, and had a blast with the story. As long as you can accept the game's flaws, it's a decent play. There are several other RPGs I'd recommend before this one, though.

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Indrigis, Feb 6, Tales of Berseria is a painfully mediocre game. It is a good JRPG in that it does all the necessary fanservice and "unexpected" plot twists but as a game it is really bland.

Yes, it has rave reviews but it still follows every "safe" cliche that has plagued the genre for the last 10 years. Velvet is all "dark", "really evil" and "revenge-driven" but she's extremely prone to not killing important enemies, being needlessly chatty when butt-kicking is due and turning into a damsel in distress when the plot demands it.

The supporting cast, however different and "edgy" they might look are all the stereotypical ones. A swordsman who looks carefree but is actually totally absolutely amazingly powerful, a clumsy kid whose primary role is to invoke warm feelings, a really grimdark fighter who is both grim and dark, a comic relief happy go lucky magician girl who, of course, will magically save you when a deus ex machina is needed The combat is quite complicated and nuanced but gut-wrenchingly boring.

There are a plethora of "artes" your characters can learn but you are limited to 4 artes per combo level so you either set up the most effective combo all around and mash a single button until you get calluses, start every battle with painstakingly reassigning artes to fit your present set of enemies or say "Eh, whatever" and set combat difficulty to "Easy", saving yourself a few hours.

And technically the game is stuck somewhere in mids.

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