In Tales of Zestiria PS4 brand new adventure, players will delve into a grand storyline and discover the “zest” of adventure with brand new characters, magical lands and action-packed gameplay that the ‘Tales of’ franchise is known for from fans around the world.
Tales of Zestiria returns to the series roots of a fantasy setting with character designs being handled by all four series designers; Mutsumi Inomata, Kosuke Fujishima, Daigo Okumura, and Minoru Iwamoto. Ufotable Inc. will also return to create the game’s animated cut scenes and opening movie.
Diversified and huge! You’ll discover vast environments throughout your adventure with the help of Seraphim.
Advanced Battle System! Fusions between Sorey and seraphim bring about new strengths and incredible Artes. Plus there’s no more need for loading screens or transition as the battle scenes are now seamlessly integrated into the environments.
Medieval Fantasy World! Tumble head first into Sorey's epic journey across beautiful landscapes with a companionable cast of character and beautiful animations realized by the famous animation studio, ufotable.
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by Luke on January 16th 2017
Tales Of Zestiria, like most entries in the Tales series, is a fun adventure starring a likable cast of unique characters. This game sees Sorey and Mikleo, childhood friends, embark on a journey that will take them through ancient ruins and war torn battlefields.
An interesting addition to the game are the Normin, a race of creatures that the heroes will discover throughout their adventure. These Normin will provide special ability enhancements and help the player shape their characters as they see fit.
Beautifully animated cinematic sequences round out this visually pleasing experience.
It's an enjoyable addition to the series and recommended for fans.
by Kelly on July 17th 2016
Once I started this game, I couldn't stop. Fell absolutely in love with the characters, storyline and even the BGM. Another fantastic Tales series game that is more than worth it. I found it a bit quick storyline wise, but it definitely has potential for replay value and any DLC that may come with it at some point.
by Edison on April 10th 2016
japanese rpg is definite for me, i have been playing j-rpg for ages. If you do not expecting spoiler please stop reading. Even though, it is not so much improvement other than battle system and lots of lots repetition, i will still play it for the story. Overall, story nice, battle ok, repetition is DEFINITE. So enjoy!
by Noel on January 2nd 2016
An entertaining game which has interesting characters and locations. The game performs well, the artwork is as good as Tales games have come to be expected to look
no idea why it is called a day one edition, as there is no bonus content or dlc included despite the cover stating Bonus Content included - probably to play up on that day one edition before this release were worth purchasing
only a slip how to obtain it for a limited time from a rewards program, that anyone could obtain without owning the game when it was available - so the Bonus Content label is entirely Superfluous as is calling it a day one edition
which is a pity as the day one editions used to have artbooks, CD's and Fancy Boxes or steel books
only information on how to get DLC for free for a limited time from the Publisher rewards program,
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