Review: Tales of the Abyss (3DS)

The 3DS is nearing its one year anniversary in March and what better way to celebrate the system’s launch than with a well regarded PS2 RPG port? Okay sure, there’s plenty of better way to celebrate I’m sure, but nonetheless Tales of the Abyss has been released for the 3DS. A cherished game on the PS2 from the Tales series, Tales of the Abyss offers up solid battle mechanics, a gripping story, and loveable characters. If you missed the first go around with this game and you own a 3DS, then here’s your chance to experience one of the better RPGs of the last decade.


I only dabbled in this game on the PS2, and by dabbled I mean saw someone else play it for a little less than an hour. On top of that, I’ve never played a Tales game since I rented Tales of Destiny II on the PS1 (BTW: That game was awesome). But Tales of the Abyss really grew on me: it wasn’t the most epic story or anything, but it was always entertaining. The characters help out great with this, and rounding out the package are excellent battle mechanics. Overall it’s a solid RPG that shouldn’t be missed on the 3DS if you’re a  fan of the genre.

Just a girl on top of a giant teddy bear fighting monsters. You know, normal stuff...

Full review is at Machinima.com.

Laters,
Jsick

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Jsick

I've been writing about video games for years and playing them even longer. You'll find me playing all types of games, old and new. Mega Man III is greater than Mega Man II.

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