History VideoGame / TalesOfEternia

6th Nov '17 12:56:31 PM Raxis
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* OminousPipeOrgan: Features prominently in the background theme for Mt. Farlos. Fitting, as it's a holy yet dangerous mountain.
5th Sep '17 7:05:31 PM The7thBest
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*CardGames: Part way through Gnome's dungeon the party takes a break and Meredy teaches the other to play the Uno-like card game Whis. After that, you can play Whis at any time by selecting it from the item menu.
24th Apr '17 6:59:51 PM nombretomado
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Tales of Eternia is a Japanese UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} action role-playing video game released by Namco in 2000, and later ported to UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable in 2005. Eternia is a 2D anime-style RPG with an original real-time battle system taken from its predecessors, ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'' and ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny''. In addition, this game actually introduced many features that are still in use in many TalesSeries games today.

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Tales of Eternia is a Japanese UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} action role-playing video game released by Namco in 2000, and later ported to UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable in 2005. Eternia is a 2D anime-style RPG with an original real-time battle system taken from its predecessors, ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'' and ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny''. In addition, this game actually introduced many features that are still in use in many TalesSeries VideoGame/TalesSeries games today.
24th Apr '17 6:53:00 PM nombretomado
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The third title in Namco Bandai's ''TalesSeries'', originally released in 2000.

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The third title in Namco Bandai's ''TalesSeries'', ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'', originally released in 2000.



* ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne: In a TalesSeries game...this is to be expected; but this is probably one of the first to ''really'' do this. If you bear fibril of Seyfert, make sure you went all the trials before invoking it or else you die. (And even then; you have to put yourself at death's door to use it!) If you have Nereid's fibril? [[spoiler:Invoking it may result in him possessing you!]]

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* ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne: In a TalesSeries VideoGame/TalesSeries game...this is to be expected; but this is probably one of the first to ''really'' do this. If you bear fibril of Seyfert, make sure you went all the trials before invoking it or else you die. (And even then; you have to put yourself at death's door to use it!) If you have Nereid's fibril? [[spoiler:Invoking it may result in him possessing you!]]
16th Nov '16 4:28:59 PM sarysa
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* ThirdPersonPerson: Meredy. At first, it appears to be a fluke of the [[TranslatorMicrobes Orz Earring]] translation, but this along with a bit of HulkSpeak persists throughout the entire game, even after you visit her land and speak to hundreds of her kind who lack these speech quirks.
4th Aug '16 5:57:34 PM tropower
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Just so you know, this has nothing to do with ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse''. In the US, it was called ''Tales Of Destiny II'' because Creator/{{Mattel}} held the rights to the word "Eternia" at the time. Confusion ensued when an ''actual'' sequel to ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny'' came out in Japan and was called ''Tales of Destiny 2''. As a result, common convention is to use the original name of the game when discussing it (like with this page), despite the fact that it will probably never be called ''Eternia'' here due to Mattel continuing to renew the various ''He-man'' rights.

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Just so you know, this has nothing to do with ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse''. In the US, it was called ''Tales Of Destiny II'' because Creator/{{Mattel}} held the rights to the word "Eternia" at the time.time (which they still do). Confusion ensued when an ''actual'' sequel to ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny'' came out in Japan and was called ''Tales of Destiny 2''. As a result, common convention is to use the original name of the game when discussing it (like with this page), despite the fact that it will probably never be called ''Eternia'' here due to Mattel continuing to renew the various ''He-man'' rights.
29th May '16 7:07:45 PM nombretomado
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** In the same sense, Arche the SquishyWizard shows up in one of the spell animations to blast your enemies with meteors. There's also a way to temporarily turn either one of your mages into her UnexpectedSHMUPLevel incarnation from PS1 version of VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia, allowing them to fly around the screen and shoot the enemies with spells.

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** In the same sense, Arche the SquishyWizard shows up in one of the spell animations to blast your enemies with meteors. There's also a way to temporarily turn either one of your mages into her UnexpectedSHMUPLevel incarnation from PS1 [=PS1=] version of VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia, allowing them to fly around the screen and shoot the enemies with spells.
13th May '16 4:36:32 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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Tales of Eternia is a Japanese {{PlayStation}} action role-playing video game released by Namco in 2000, and later ported to PlaystationPortable in 2005. Eternia is a 2D anime-style RPG with an original real-time battle system taken from its predecessors, ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'' and ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny''. In addition, this game actually introduced many features that are still in use in many TalesSeries games today.

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Tales of Eternia is a Japanese {{PlayStation}} UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} action role-playing video game released by Namco in 2000, and later ported to PlaystationPortable UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable in 2005. Eternia is a 2D anime-style RPG with an original real-time battle system taken from its predecessors, ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'' and ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny''. In addition, this game actually introduced many features that are still in use in many TalesSeries games today.
17th Jan '16 7:12:13 PM aye_amber
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** Actually, the general idea of Inferia and Celestia (essentially, light and dark) coming together is notable through the whole game; the team is exactly half Inferian and Celestian, provided you pick up Max and Chat, [[spoiler:Meredy is technically a half breed, but considers herself Celestian,]] the number of Craymels you obtain is evenly split between the two worlds in number, [[spoiler:And the Inferian and Celestian technology together pierces the shield over Shizel's castle.]]

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** Actually, the general idea of Inferia and Celestia (essentially, light and dark) coming together is notable through the whole game; the team is exactly half Inferian and Celestian, provided you pick up Max and Chat, [[spoiler:Meredy is technically a half breed, but considers herself Celestian,]] the number of Craymels you obtain is evenly split between the two worlds in number, [[spoiler:And [[spoiler: And the Inferian and Celestian technology together pierces the shield over Shizel's castle.]]
8th Jan '16 7:37:13 PM nombretomado
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** Speaking of non-Tales Of related cameos, an optional dungeon (which contains an essential part of the GlobalAirship ) sports Rick Taylor from {{Splatterhouse}}, the undead samurai from ''Genpei Toma Den'' and spirit world statues from ''Shadowland'', not to mention that one of the [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]] is the Valkyrie from ''The Legend of Valkyrie'' (her dungeon even has the same music from the first level of that game).

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** Speaking of non-Tales Of related cameos, an optional dungeon (which contains an essential part of the GlobalAirship ) sports Rick Taylor from {{Splatterhouse}}, ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}'', the undead samurai from ''Genpei Toma Den'' and spirit world statues from ''Shadowland'', not to mention that one of the [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]] is the Valkyrie from ''The Legend of Valkyrie'' (her dungeon even has the same music from the first level of that game).
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