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  1. Lazybone

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    1. Tales of Phantasia
      [a]is the first game in the series and was originally released in 1995 in Japan for the Super Famicom. Later, it was remade for the PlayStation (subsequently ported on the PlayStation Portable system) and ported to the Game Boy Advance. An enhanced port based on the GBA version is under development for the PlayStation Portable. The game was given the characteristic genre name Legendary RPG (伝説のRPG Densetsu no RPG) and followed the quest of a young swordsman named Cress Albane and his best friend, Chester Burklight, on a journey to defeat Dhaos and save their Tree of Life.[/a]
    2. Tales of Destiny
      [a]is the second game in the series and was originally released in 1997 on the PlayStation. It was later remade for the PlayStation 2 in 2006 with a Director's Cut of the game being released in 2008. The game bears the characteristic genre name Fateful RPG (運命のRPG Unmei no RPG) and follows the tale of a country-boy-turned-adventurer Stahn Aileron, who seeks fame and adventure.[/a]
    3. Tales of Eternia
      [a]known as Tales of Destiny II in North America, is the third game in the series and was originally released in 2000 on the PlayStation. Despite the North American name, the game has no relation with Tales of Destiny apart from having a similar battle system. It was later ported to the PlayStation Portable in 2005, with extra cutscenes added to the game. The game bears the characteristic genre name RPG of Eternity and Bonds (永遠と絆のRPG Eien to kizuna no RPG) and follows the Tale of Reid Hershell and his childhood friend Farah Oersted.[/a]
    4. Tales of Destiny 2
      [a]the fourth entry in the series, became the first to be released on the PlayStation 2 when it was released in 2002. It was ported to the PlayStation Portable in 2005. It has no relation with Tales of Destiny II as this release is a direct sequel to Tales Of Destiny. The game, which bears the characteristic genre name RPG of Liberating Fate (運命を解き放つRPG Unmei wo tokihanatsu RPG), is centered around Kyle Dunamis and his efforts to restore history as it once was, and deals with the events that take place eighteen years after Stahn Aileron's exploits in Tales of Destiny. A new movement led by Elraine seeks to revive the goddess Fortuna. Aided by Barbatos, an ancient soldier from the War of Heaven and Earth who lusts for revenge, Elraine will not permit interference with her plan on the part of Kyle and his allies.[/a]
    5. Tales of Symphonia
      [a]the fifth entry in the series, was released in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube and was subsequently ported to the PlayStation 2 with additional content. The game was the first in the series not to be made by the original team, Team Destiny, but Team Symphonia instead. It was also the first 3D game in the series. The game, which carries the characteristic genre name RPG of Resonating With You (君と響きあうRPG Kimi to hibikiau RPG), follows the story of Lloyd Irving, who must help and protect one of his best friends, Colette Brunel, who is a Chosen. He must help the Chosen on her Journey of World Regeneration as his world of Sylvarant is slowly dying due to a lack of Mana, the life force of the world. This is done by traveling from continent to continent, awakening the Summon Spirits that sleep at ancient shrines known as "seals". With every seal released, the Chosen comes closer and closer to becoming an angel. Once the Chosen fully transforms into an angel, the world will be regenerated.[/a]
    6. Tales of Rebirth
      [a]the sixth entry in the series, was released in 2004 for the PlayStation 2 and was subsequently ported to the PlayStation Portable in 2008. Unlike its predecessor Tales of Symphonia, the game was made by Team Destiny and reverted to a 2D game with sprites instead of 3D models. The game, which bears the characteristic genre name RPG Where You Will Be Reborn (君が生まれ変わるRPG Kimi ga umarekawaru RPG), follows the journey of Veigue Lungberg, who lives in a small village, Sulz, located in the cold yet beautiful northern region. While he has never stepped foot outside of the village, he feels he has no choice to leave after his familiar surroundings and family,including Veigue himself, come under attack from a mysterious outside military force.[/a]
    7. Tales of Legendia
      [a]the seventh entry in the series, was released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2. It was the first Tales game not be made by the Namco Tales Studio, instead it was created by a Namco division known as Project Melfes. The game uses the characteristic genre name RPG Where Bonds Spin Legends (絆が伝説を紡ぎだすRPG Kizuna ga densetsu wo tsumugidasu RPG) and follows the tale of Senel Coolidge, a young expert of eres, who is drifting in the ocean on a small boat with his younger sister Shirley. As food runs out and their strength deteriorates, an island suddenly bursts through the mist and approaches the boat with astonishing speed, engulfing it in waves. When Senel and Shirley awake on the shore, they realize that the island they are on is actually an enormous ship called the Legacy.[/a]
    8. Tales of the Abyss
      [a]the eighth entry in the series, celebrated the series tenth anniversary when it was released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2. It was the second title by Team Symphonia and the last title in the series for the PlayStation 2. The game, with the characteristic genre name, RPG of Discovering the Meaning of Life (生まれた意味を知るRPG Umareta imi wo shiru RPG), revolves around Luke Fon Fabre, the young son of Duke Fabre of the Kimlasca Kingdom. He is the Light of the Sacred Flame, the scion of Lorelei's power, destined to bring prosperity to Kimlasca. Since being kidnapped seven years ago by the Malkuth Empire, he has been kept confined to the Fabre family mansion. The shock of the kidnapping has erased all of Luke's memories prior to the event. One fateful day, a mysterious woman breaks into the mansion and sets off a chain of events that drag Luke into the center of a massive conflict between those who would do anything to see the score carried out, and those who would see it broken forever. The game was ported to the Nintendo 3DS in 2011. This Nintendo 3DS port was released in Europe on November 25, 2011 and is due to be released on February 14, 2012 in North America.[/a]
    9. Tales of Innocence
      [a]the ninth entry in the series, marked the first Mothership title developed for a handheld, the Nintendo DS, and was released in 2007. The game bears the characteristic genre name RPG of Connecting Thoughts (想いを繋ぐRPG Omoi wo tsunagu RPG). In the game, the Imperial Capital of Regnum kept itself in peace during the long-lasting world war. Slowly, people with a "special power" began to appear. Feared by normal people, Regnum set out a law to capture all people with special powers. One day, Ruca, the son of a merchant in Regnum, realizes the special power within him.[/a]
    10. Tales of Vesperia
      [a]the tenth entry in the series, marked the jump of the series into the seventh generation when it was released for the Xbox 360 in 2008. It was then ported to the PlayStation 3 with additional main characters and twice the voice-acting, as well as tie-ins with the first movie in the series, Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike. The game bears the characteristic genre name RPG of Enforcing One's "Justice" (「正義」を貫き通すRPG "Seigi" wo tsuranukitōsu RPG). The game follows the tale of Yuri Lowell, an ex-Imperial Knight turned vigilante, who was arrested while attempting to catch a thief and is jailed in the Imperial Castle. During his escape he meets a young princess, Lady Estellise, who is searching for his best friend and Imperial Knight Flynn Scifo. The two of them then set out from the Imperial Castle to find both Flynn and the thief.[/a]
    11. Tales of Heart
      [a]the eleventh entry in the series, returned to the Nintendo DS and was released in 2008. It was the second Mothership Title to be released on a handheld. The game uses the characteristic genre name RPG of a Meeting between Hearts (心と出会うRPG Kokoro to deau RPG). The game follows the story of Kohak Hearts, who was in search of a Soma together with her brother, Hisui Hearts. Along the way an enemy, Incarose, assaults them, but they manage to escape to the sea. They are brought into a little village of Seeble, where they meet the protagonist, Shing Meteoryte. Since Shing has a soma, he intends to go within Kohak's Spir Maze in order to cure her. However, Shing's plan does not go well and as a result, Kohak's spiria ends up shattered into pieces placed all around the world. From there Shing's adventure of recovering Kohak's spirune begins.[/a]
    12. Tales of Graces
      [a]the twelfth entry in the series, was released in 2009 for the Wii. The game bears the characteristic genre name RPG of Discovering the Strength to Protect (守る強さを知るRPG Mamoru tsuyosa wo shiru RPG). The game follows Asbel Lhant, the eldest son of the feudal lord Aston; he is a bright and cheerful boy who spent his childhood like any other carefree boy does: enjoy every day together with his irreplaceable friends. After an unknown incident occurs, a strong determination awoke within him, which led him to enlist himself in a knight's academy in the capital. Graces takes place seven years after the incident. In his eighth year, Asbel has grown up and established himself as a fine knight. However, at the death of his father, Aston, he gives up his dream to become a knight and takes over his father's position of a feudal lord. An enhanced port for the PlayStation 3 was released in 2010, which included an additional storyline taking place six months after the end of the original game.[/a]
    13. Tales of Xillia
      [a]the thirteenth in the series, Tales of Xillia released exclusively on the PlayStation 3 in 2011. Its characteristic genre name is RPG of Unwavering Convictions (揺るぎなき信念のRPG Yuruginaki shinnen no RPG?). The game features two main characters, one male named Jude Mathis and one female, Milla Maxwell. Both characters live in the world of Liese Maxia, where humans, spirits and demons are able to reside together in harmony. The story varies depending on which character you choose as the main character at the beginning.[/a]
     
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    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dP0XsM23j0[/youtube]

    2 bulan lagi :teh:
     
  3. Lazybone

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    tales yang ini masuk ke PS Vita or PS3??
     
  4. Rein

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    PS3 dong jelas :ok:

    yang masuk Vita keknya Innocence R

    udah maen yang Innocence di DS :lala:
     
  5. Lazybone

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    wah nunggu Vita aja deh...

    PS3 ane ga ada waktu buat mainnya siy....
     
  6. _Mukou

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    Yang selama ini gak pernah ane sentuh cuma Phantasia,Rebirth,Hearts ama Innocence doang kalo yg mothership title~ Destiny 2 maen gak sampe tamat, Legendia juga sama males duluan. sisanya udah dikelarin~ :keren:

    Kalo yg side title nya cuma maen yang Radiant Mythology 1-2-3 doang~ sama nanti nunggu Twin Brave :teh:

    Btw menurut kalian ceritanya paling bagus yg mana?
     
  7. Lazybone

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    tetap berpegang teguh kepada Tales of the Abyss...

    masih paling epic itu menurut ane...
     
  8. ArisaNarukami

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    Kalo cerita tetap TotA!

    Storynya bener2 EPIC dan juga penuh pesan tentang arti kehidupan......
     
  9. Odahviing

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    apapun se-epic-epicnya game jepang

    kalau sudah menyangkut masalah komersialitas

    saatnya membeli konsol atau anda tidak dapat memainkannya sama sekali

    fuuu

    padahal Tales Saga cukup menarik buat gw pas main di PS 2

    PS 3 lebih bagus but yah gitu deh
     
  10. Lazybone

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    game2 skarang mentingin grafik bukan storyline dan gameplay...

    makanya skarang jadi bingung mau maen game apa...
     
  11. ArisaNarukami

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    THIS! :ok:
    hahahaha.... begitulah industri dunia game modern... Pdahal saya lebh suka maen Harvest Moon BTN daripada series lainya..
     
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    "I, who stand in the full light of the heaven command thee who opened the gate of helll! Come forth divine lightning! This end now! Indignation!" mwahahahaha!
     
  14. _Mukou

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    Good News for Symphonia fans, Tales Of Symphonia 1-2 mau di remake tuh ke PS3.
    Keluarnya oktober, Versi NA katanya awal 2014 sih :sneaky:
     

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