Tales Of Xillia 2 Day One Edition PS3 is set one year after the climatic events of Tales of Xillia in which the two worlds, Rieze Maxia and Elympios, were united by the destruction of the barrier that separated the two worlds. While both worlds work towards peace together, there are still numerous clashes due to cultural differences and it will be some time before true peace is achieved. Jude, Milla and the cast of the original Tales of Xillia from Rieze Maxia now strive to live their lives and fight for peace in this newly reunited world.
Tales Of Xillia 2 Day 1 Edition PS3 centres around Ludger Kresnik, a young man and a skilled chef who lives in Trigleph city in Elympios with his brother Julius and their cat Rollo. He strives to follow in his brother's footsteps and work as an agent in the prestigious Spirius Corporation, a large scale and illustrious company that develops technology for every field imaginable. One day, through a chance encounter, he meets Elle Marta: a young girl travelling alone attempting to reunite with her father at the mythic "Land of Canaan" and ends up accompanying her. His choice to accompany her will send the two on a journey that will change the fate of the two worlds forever.
A Bleak World - A darker story and noir atmosphere awaits Ludger and Elle as they must make hard choices and decisions that affect not only their own welfare but that of the world and people around them.
New and Returning Characters - Jude, Milla and the cast of original characters fates intertwine with Ludger and Elle and unfold in character stories that players experience to see how their favourite characters have progressed in the aftermath of the story told in the first game
The Power of Choice - Decide how Ludger reacts to situations throughout the game changing the upcoming events and affecting his relationships with his companions, ultimately altering the course of the story
Enhanced Battle System - The Double Raid Linear Motion Battle System real-time battle system is improved and expanded with special battle abilities including the Weapon Swap system and Chromatus transformation
A Tale of Designs - Adding to the characters designed by famed Tales of character designers, Mutsumi Inomata and Kosuke Fujishima, Daigo Okumura, character designer on previous Tales of titles joins to design Ludger and Elle for Tales of Xillia 2
The Tales Of Xillia 2 Day One Edition includes:
by Kelly on December 11th 2015
I loved this one as much as the first! Fantastic storyline continued on from the first, finishing things up quite well. It had all the right tear-jerking moments. This was the first game of the Tales of series (As well as Xillia 1), that I was able to produce the mystic artes quite easily. Everything was exceptional and Bandai Namco have finally learned how to produce an amazing Tales with both brilliant story and game play.
by Johan on August 13th 2015
This game is one of my favourite games for Tales games series. The story is still related to Tales of Xillia one and it has better battle system. I really enjoy this game and the story makes me want to keep playing the game to find out the ending of the games. I think the game has different endings depend on how you play the game.
by Teddy on August 1st 2015
Simply awesome J-RPG! It have fun gameplay,good ost and adorable anime style graphic.
All party member from xillia 1 is still in the game including 3 new party-members.The story also good too,minor spoiler from me it is "heart-beaking" (some people call it "heroic").Ah this game have some plot twist too!!
A must have from Tales series fans
by Jason on November 25th 2014
This game really left an impact on me because of how excellent it was pulled off. Well, not really the top tier god level, but close to it. I enjoyed the first games and after finishing the sequel today, I really feel like it was worth the buy and satisfaction it gives you. There were times I wish other characters had more development, but hey, we can't have everything.
by Samuel on September 23rd 2014
I would rate it 4 stars since it is still a good game, and a fine sequel. But the main character could do more talking. The having 2 choices barely changes the story. Fights are getting harder, which is pretty sweet. The world is much more expanded, though I wish Rieze Maria could have more story-line. The battle system has improved quite a bit, the best thing for me is the free run. The physical product itself feels quite good in quality, though the Day-One edition should be engraved to the metal case, instead of being a plastic cover. The plastic isn't cheap though, and won't tear easily, but still it would be great if it was just one piece.
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