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Tales of Zestiria An unseen evil force known as Malevolence is spreading across the land, corrupting the world and causing humanity to falter. Players will embark on an epic journey as Sorey, a young pure-hearted adventurer whose destiny is to become The Shepard, an individual of great power that can banish Malevolence. Does Sorey have the courage and heart to wield this extraordinary responsibility for good, or will he fall prey to the evils of its power? TALES OF ZESTIRIA introduces a new version of its celebrated real-time battle system, allowing for faster combat with side dashes and new fusion technique combo opportunities. Throughout his quest, Sorey will befriend humans and spirits known as Seraphim, unseen to most humans, to aide him on his journey. Because of Sorey’s unique ability to communicate with the Seraphim he is able to fuse with their essence to create new elemental artes for strategic attacks to decimate foes.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
8.1
Downloads 2076
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG, Japanese-Style
Company / Developer
Bandai Namco Games / Bandai Namco Games
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Tales of Zestiria reviews ( 6 )

PandaJiJi, Oct 22, 2015

Best "Tales of" game since Graces F. Beautiful scenery, character design and animations. Great improvements on the transition from game-play to CG. And amazing script! Only played with joystick.

gamingnerd234, Jun 7, 2016

This is an absolutely fantastic game so far, Im about two hours in and i cant seem to put the controller down. As the graphics aren't at their best, the artistic beauty of this game is fa nominal. So many hate on this game but to be honest i think they just want something to hate. The plot is complex enough to keep me interested which a lot of rpgs have trouble doing for me from the get go. The small interactions between characters at certain points is amazing, and the concept of the game itself to me is fun. If you are new to the tales series and if you want a newer one, pick up tales of zestiria, great game with great music and keeps you entertained for hours. I strongly suggest you pick up a copy. Ignore the haters and judge it for yourself. overall a great game

Lordjosh286, Mar 9, 2017

First game in the Tales of Series I have ever played and in all honesty I can say I am looking into the new Tales of Beseria and older Tales of games. The characters (Edna Especially) make this game fun to play just watching the interaction between them. The tale of the Shepherd is a good one from start to finish and well worth the money I spent when it was on sale for $20. Definitely worth the money

Zenketsu, Oct 25, 2015

+ Many improvements compared to the previous games + nice soundtrack + good controls - bad and boring story - very little details - bad controls

TsukasaHiiragi, Dec 15, 2015

Tales of Zestiria in all honesty, I feel is strictly for Tales fans, especially if you've played huge hits like Tales of Xillia then Zestiria will certainly disappoint you since its only half the game Xillia ever was. The biggest problems with ToZ are numerous such as a main character permanently leaving after about 15 hours of story through to periods when the combat system feels obviously broken. The biggest problem with the combat system is the camera itself, fighting in a small area is a recipe for disaster since the camera will have a really hard time following the player, often not showing anything at all just the floor or the monsters without the character the player is controlling so sometimes, its just button bash and hope when these camera issues appear...which unfortunately is all too often. Another issue it the story meanders too much, often making no real sense and is missing some vital components such as side quests - - okay, there are 'some' side quests but not on the same scale as Xillia. Plus you have some dungeons which are poorly crafted such as the terribly designed Water Trial which is one of the more frustrating puzzle dungeons I've personally played in a while. Another minor problem is the open expanses in the game are...just too open, barren and feel empty and devoid of life. Another issue, but thats more of a personal opinion and thats Namco not releasing several DLC for the western release due to the 'usual' excuses of 'licensing', so the west misses out on some of the best looking costumes - I guess western fans should be happy that at least we have Idolmaster and Evangeline costumes! But also speaking about DLC, this game is very heavy on the DLC and its quite expensive considering - so whilst its purely cosmetic I personally feel they shouldn't be charging $10 for a set of costumes. Whilst I think the game isn't a total loss, I can't really recommend paying full price for this game, especially if your interested in the DLC - which if you buy everything...will cost more than the base game. ToZ does have interesting and even fun moments especially with some well crafted skits but unfortunately those are not enough to warrant such high scores, at most I could say 6/10 at absolute most. Also, if your playing the PC version, using SweetFX is a must not only to remove the 30fps cap, but to add various shader effects and make the game look generally alot better.

Specula, Oct 30, 2015

This game commits the greatest cardinal sin of any creation: Blandness. I can't even call it an abomination because it just doesn't have the depth of character to be one. Every character's lines have been entirely unnatural, forced, rehearsed and sound completely fake. The voice acting is entirely sub par even compared to older Tales of games like Symphonia and Vesparia. The story is a traditional terrible Japanese anime information dump of pointless names, senseless jargon and utterly meaningless connections that interrupt the flow of battle and story at irritating consistencies. The characters are completely one dimensional with no depth, no intrigue and no development. The character controls are abysmal, especially in battle and there is no hierarchical menu system, just disjointed screens tied to different buttons. Nothing about this is good. I can't even say it's bad, because it's just bland with hints of being bad. I dub this game the rotting celery of video games.