Tales of Symphonia was a well-received JRPG that started on the GameCube, and it deserves to be released on the Nintendo Switch.
“The game did well enough to warrant the franchise's only sequel, 2008's Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World.” So I guess Tales of Destiny 2 and Tales of Xillia 2 don’t exist then 🤨 And unlike DotNW, they’re mainline mothership titles in the series
Dawn of the New World is a mainline title.
No it is not. Bandai Namco classifies it as an escort title.
You're full of shit.
Look in the mirror dude Since you seem to be ignorant of what Bandai Namco considers mainline titles I’ll list them for you so you don’t end up further embarrassing yourself 1.) Tales of Phantasia (1995) 2.) Tales of Destiny (1997) 3.) Tales of Eternia (2000) 4.) Tales of Destiny 2 (2002) 5.) Tales of Symphonia (2003) 6.) Tales of Rebirth (2004) 7.) Tales of Legendia (2005) 8.) Tales of the Abyss (2005) 9.) Tales of Innocence (2007) 10.) Tales of Vesperia (2008) 11.) Tales of Hearts (2008) 12.) Tales of Graces (2009) 13.) Tales of Xillia (2011) 14.) Tales of Xillia 2 (2012) 15.) Tales of Zestiria (2015) 16.) Tales of Berseria (2016) 17.) Tales of Arise (2020) All other Tales titles are classified in Bandai Namco’s own words as escort titles Check yourself before you wreck yourself
It's funny you're arguing over something that doesn't matter.
Tale of the Abbys deserves a mention as well.
I love dragon ball movies instead of games.
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