History Franchise / TalesSeries

19th Jul '16 2:50:26 PM JackTheHammer
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--> Pronounced "The Cross," this will be a full-length TV series to be aired sometime in 2016. It is not yet known whether it will be a straight adaptation of the game or if it may be something else such as a prequel or a sidestory.

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--> Pronounced "The Cross," this will be a full-length two-cour TV series to be aired sometime in 2016. during [[Summer2016Anime Summer 2016]] and Winter 2017. It is not yet known whether it will be a straight adaptation an anime of the game or if it may be something else such as game's story with lots of AdaptationExpansion (including a prequel or a sidestory.
fully anime-original prologue episode) and {{Crossover}} episodes with ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria.''
29th May '16 7:08:03 PM nombretomado
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** A rather weird bit of history: originally, the Skit system was made to complement gameplay due to ''hardware limitations''. Most systems in the time they were produced (like the SNES, PS1, and so on) couldn't handle character-to-character talking, or even multi-character talking of more than two characters sometimes seen in {{Visual Novel}}s or even ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' when synced to an actual voice, so all the essential and non-essential stuff was pushed to the skits with a floating mouth in a box talking not in sync. The system ended up being so efficient in getting the message across in many games that it ended up sticking even through the latest games in the series on their respective consoles (Xbox 360, etc.) can handle ''way more'' than the now-tradition Skit system, ''on top'' of the now-achieved multi-character talking and the animated sequences.

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** A rather weird bit of history: originally, the Skit system was made to complement gameplay due to ''hardware limitations''. Most systems in the time they were produced (like the SNES, PS1, [=PS1=], and so on) couldn't handle character-to-character talking, or even multi-character talking of more than two characters sometimes seen in {{Visual Novel}}s or even ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' when synced to an actual voice, so all the essential and non-essential stuff was pushed to the skits with a floating mouth in a box talking not in sync. The system ended up being so efficient in getting the message across in many games that it ended up sticking even through the latest games in the series on their respective consoles (Xbox 360, etc.) can handle ''way more'' than the now-tradition Skit system, ''on top'' of the now-achieved multi-character talking and the animated sequences.
12th May '16 9:55:10 PM Thespian101
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*** Modern Tales games typically have ''two'' healers in the main party instead. One focuses on single target healing, and the other focuses on healing multiple targets at the same time.

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*** Modern Tales games typically have ''two'' healers in the main party instead. One focuses on single target healing, and the other focuses on healing multiple targets at the same time. The single target healer is usually a combat-oriented character by default, with healing a secondary but still prominent skill in their moveset.
24th Apr '16 2:05:23 PM totlmstr
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* Suprisingly the series has an oddly shocking habit of actually having the antagonists {{Killed Off for Real}} each game, and it's usually by you/the protagonist's hands.



* If the BigBad is a WellIntentionedExtremist, the game will include at least one [[SmugSnake utterly vile]] minor villain to act as a HateSink. More often than not, they'll be TheUnfought, quicky dispatched [[CutsceneBoss in a cutscene]] just before the major plot kicks in. In the English dubs, this character [[PigeonholedVoiceActor is nearly always voiced by]] Creator/LiamOBrien.

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* If the BigBad is a WellIntentionedExtremist, the game will include at least one [[SmugSnake utterly vile]] minor villain to act as a HateSink. More often than not, they'll be TheUnfought, quicky dispatched [[CutsceneBoss in a cutscene]] cutscene]], or, uncommonly, [[DiscOneFinalBoss like a final boss]], just before the major plot kicks in. In the English dubs, this character [[PigeonholedVoiceActor is nearly always voiced by]] Creator/LiamOBrien.Creator/LiamOBrien.
** Suprisingly, the series has an oddly shocking habit of actually having the antagonists {{Killed Off for Real}} each game, and it's usually by you/the protagonist's hands.



* A TheReveal where an EldritchAbomination is pulling the strings of the plot. Preferably, they use main characters and antagonists via [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashing them to do their bidding]], often [[AndIMustScream forcefully]]. Very often the FinalBoss of the game.



** In some cases, a GainaxEnding that wraps up everything and [[AssPull pulls the]] above together.

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** In some cases, a GainaxEnding that wraps up everything and [[AssPull pulls the]] the above together.together]].
24th Apr '16 3:02:42 AM totlmstr
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** A [[HeroesPreferSwords sword-wielding]] main character.

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** A [[HeroesPreferSwords sword-wielding]] main character. You can also tell this person is the main hero by [[{{Determinator}} how]] [[ChronicHeroSyndrome hard]]-[[ObliviousToLove headed]] the character is to those around them.
13th Apr '16 4:25:21 AM transparentanswer
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* ''Tales of Asteria''
--> A Tales of series crossover mobile game featuring all series's characters and protagonist.

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* ''Tales of Asteria''
--> A Tales of series crossover mobile game featuring all series's characters and protagonist.
''VideoGame/TalesOfAsteria''
9th Apr '16 4:59:22 PM Redkun
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* ''Tales of Link''
--> A crossover mobile game that has you summon Tales Series heroes to save the world of Liafyse from the "seeds of ruin".
12th Mar '16 8:17:04 AM StarSword
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Earlier games in the series were developed by Wolf Team, once a subsidiary of Creator/TelenetJapan, which was reorganized as Namco Tales Studio in 2003. Namco Tales Studio was shut down in 2011 but absorbed into Namco Bandai, which intends to continue the series.

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Earlier games in the series were developed by Wolf Team, once a subsidiary of Creator/TelenetJapan, which was reorganized as Namco Tales Studio in 2003. Namco Tales Studio was shut down in 2011 but absorbed into Namco Bandai, which intends to continue continued the series.
25th Feb '16 9:52:43 PM transparentanswer
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* ''Tales of Asteria'm

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* ''Tales of Asteria'mAsteria''
25th Feb '16 9:51:51 PM transparentanswer
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* ''Tales of Asteria'm
--> A Tales of series crossover mobile game featuring all series's characters and protagonist.
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