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Submitted by Lucario 1147d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Tales of the Abyss Review

DHGF: While it hasn’t changed much since its PS2 iteration, Tales of the Abyss remains as one of the better entries in the Tales franchise, and the entire package holds up well even after six years of dormancy. The story is a very coming-of-age tale that manages to weave multi-layered characters into a universe full of unique terms and concepts and the gameplay is very addictive if you enjoy fighting game style action mixed in with your random battles. If you’ve already own the PS2 version, there isn’t much incentive to upgrade unless you want your Abyss fix on the go or no longer want to deal with excessive loading times, as the 3D effects are nothing to write home about. (3DS, Tales of the Abyss) -

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