History VideoGame / TalesOfDestiny2

23rd Apr '17 6:42:13 PM nombretomado
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''Tales of Destiny 2'' (not to be confused with ''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia'' [[note]]When ''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia'' was originally released in America, it was called "Tales of Destiny II" because the word "Eternia" was trademarked by the ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'' franchise.[[/note]]) is the fourth title in Namco's ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' and a direct sequel to ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny''.

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''Tales of Destiny 2'' (not to be confused with ''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia'' [[note]]When ''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia'' was originally released in America, it was called "Tales of Destiny II" because the word "Eternia" was trademarked by the ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'' franchise.[[/note]]) is the fourth title in Namco's ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' and a direct sequel to ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny''.



* PaperThinDisguise: Judas' mask: it's become a RunningGag in the TalesSeries of how poorly it functions as a means of concealing your identity. It doesn't help that Judas has an [[Creator/HikaruMidorikawa incredibly distinctive voice]]. (The excuse in-game is that Judas chose the mask not for its face-hiding abilities, but because it's made of dragon bone, which offers excellent physical and magical protection.) Though it actually does work as a disguise, due to his discretion. Everyone in-game that would recognize him is either dead or he intentionally avoids.

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* PaperThinDisguise: Judas' mask: it's become a RunningGag in the TalesSeries VideoGame/TalesSeries of how poorly it functions as a means of concealing your identity. It doesn't help that Judas has an [[Creator/HikaruMidorikawa incredibly distinctive voice]]. (The excuse in-game is that Judas chose the mask not for its face-hiding abilities, but because it's made of dragon bone, which offers excellent physical and magical protection.) Though it actually does work as a disguise, due to his discretion. Everyone in-game that would recognize him is either dead or he intentionally avoids.
30th Dec '16 12:21:16 AM PhiSat
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* GreatEscape: Kyle and Loni meet Judas when he jumps from the roof of their cell and offers them an escape through secret passages the guards don't know about.
29th Jul '16 1:00:23 PM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: When you fight him, Barbatos acts this way and punishes everything you do. This even carries into the spinoff games Barbatos cameos in!
4th Jun '16 10:30:53 PM nombretomado
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First released in Japan in 2002, ''Tales of Destiny 2'' was the first Tales game on the PS2 (and 6th generation consoles in general), and it [[NoExportForYou did not receive an English version release]]. The game got an UpdatedRerelease on PSP in 2007 which was only released in Japan.

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First released in Japan in 2002, ''Tales of Destiny 2'' was the first Tales game on the PS2 [=PS2=] (and 6th generation consoles in general), and it [[NoExportForYou did not receive an English version release]]. The game got an UpdatedRerelease on PSP in 2007 which was only released in Japan.
19th May '16 11:30:21 PM Eyeshield
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* LimitBreak: The characters have a bevy of Hi-Ougi techniques to use, all with several secret requirements to unlock and use.
** A particularly hilarious example is Loni. He has one that's [[WordSaladTitle 15 kanji long and incredibly drawn out]], but lives up to the awesome name by destroying nearly everything on screen. If you use [[JokeWeapon his broom]] however, it'll fall off in the middle of the attack and end halfway, ending with a puny punch worth 1 damage.
11th Jan '16 11:33:15 AM PhiSat
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* DemonicSpiders: Any Reaper or Ghost enemies, which like to teleport around out of reach (usually behind a StoneWall type enemy) and cast high level magic. Even worse is that where you find one, you will find the other, and it is possible for encounters to comprise of only Ghosts and Reapers.
11th Jan '16 11:26:10 AM PhiSat
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* DemonicSpiders: Any Reaper or Ghost enemies, which like to teleport around out of reach (usually behind a StoneWall type enemy) and cast high level magic. Even worse is that where you find one, you will find the other, and it is possible for encounters to comprise of only Ghosts and Reapers.
25th Nov '15 11:41:02 AM PhiSat
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* BloodierAndGorier: The manga is noticeably bloodier and more graphic than the game, which adheres to BloodlessCarnage.
25th Nov '15 11:15:19 AM PhiSat
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* OffModel: The manga takes a lot of... Creative liberties with the character designs.
19th Aug '15 8:27:36 AM ChrisX
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* EasilyForgiven: Justified in [[spoiler: Judas's case.]] His past crimes occurred [[spoiler: 18 years ago, he was [[HostageForMacguffin reluctant to commit them in the first place]],]] and none of the slights were against any of the other party members. Arguably, he has [[spoiler: also already been punished for them with death.]]

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* EasilyForgiven: Justified in [[spoiler: Judas's case.]] His past crimes occurred [[spoiler: 18 years ago, he was [[HostageForMacguffin reluctant to commit them in the first place]],]] place]][[note]]Though seeing that this is more likely pre-remake [=ToD=], he might be a little bit more gleeful on betraying the team for Marian[[/note]],]] and none of the slights were against any of the other party members. Arguably, he has [[spoiler: also already been punished for them with death.]]
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