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Submitted by AwesomegamesUK 400d ago | review

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review | Awesome Games

Rhys from Awesome Games writes: 'Reviewing a HD re-release of a decade old game can be quite tricky. For one, it’s tough to avoid judging the game by modern standards, especially when these days, a higher degree of polish is required to be deemed at the very least acceptable. It’s even tougher when that game happens to be one of my personal favourites of all time: that being Tales of Symphonia, a classic GameCube and PS2 (in Japan only) game from the long-running and well respected Tales of series of action-RPGs. For its tenth anniversary, it’s been bundled with its Wii sequel, Dawn of the New World, and upscaled for modern HD televisions in the form of Tales of Symphonia Chronicles. While I do have some gripes with the overall package, both games have held up surprisingly well.' (PS3, Tales of Symphonia Chronicles) 8/10

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