History VideoGame / TalesOfInnocence

23rd Apr '17 7:05:44 PM nombretomado
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''VideoGame/TalesOfInnocence'' is a 2007 video game, the second game in the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' to be released for the DS, developed by Bandai Namco and Alfa System. The game is short and regrettably lacking in puzzles, or indeed interesting stages at all. However, it's clear that love did go into the game, and was merely concentrated into the combat system. The so-called Dimension Stride LMBS is a fusion of ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny Tales of Destiny Remake]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss Tales of the Abyss]]'', and focuses on fast-paced action and nigh-endless comboing. The engine uses the same plane-of-motion control as ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', but with the added option of free-run, making the fighting intuitive and versatile.

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''VideoGame/TalesOfInnocence'' is a 2007 video game, the second game in the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' to be released for the DS, developed by Bandai Namco and Alfa System. The game is short and regrettably lacking in puzzles, or indeed interesting stages at all. However, it's clear that love did go into the game, and was merely concentrated into the combat system. The so-called Dimension Stride LMBS is a fusion of ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny Tales of Destiny Remake]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss Tales of the Abyss]]'', and focuses on fast-paced action and nigh-endless comboing. The engine uses the same plane-of-motion control as ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', but with the added option of free-run, making the fighting intuitive and versatile.



* FinalBoss: Actually a bit of an inversion for a TalesSeries game. While it still does have a final boss, said final boss is actually [[spoiler:a large demonic monster instead of the standard human or humanoid. ''R'' gives the additional humanoid forms, though]].

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* FinalBoss: Actually a bit of an inversion for a TalesSeries VideoGame/TalesSeries game. While it still does have a final boss, said final boss is actually [[spoiler:a large demonic monster instead of the standard human or humanoid. ''R'' gives the additional humanoid forms, though]].
27th Mar '17 2:33:10 AM Adept
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** There is a very good reason AtsukoTanaka voices [[spoiler:Matthias and Inanna.]]

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** There is a very good reason AtsukoTanaka Creator/AtsukoTanaka voices [[spoiler:Matthias and Inanna.]]
16th Feb '17 10:35:26 AM lu127
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* EndOfAnAge: Happened before the game's beginning. When Devaloka was still around, Heavenly Artes were used as a miracle-granting power in Naraka as reward to the people being faithful. Since they were the powers of the gods themselves, they were obviously commonplace in Devaloka as well. The prayers are what gave Devaloka sustenance, so the Church of Naraka commanded a lot of power as the conduit between the two worlds. After Devaloka was destroyed, the power of the gods all but disappeared and became a forbidden craft and wars started breaking out on the surface. The face of the world changed completely and is thought to be heading towards its destruction during the game's time.
12th Feb '17 3:56:14 PM lu127
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* BedTrick: A very mild, comedic version in one of the optional inn skits that has shades of ThereIsOnlyOneBed. Ruca comments that not having to share a room with the other guys is nice for once, only to find Chitose in his bed, suggesting they warm up together. At which point an extremely irate Illia enters the room and explodes, [[CatFight jumping in the bed and fighting with Chitose about who gets to stay.]] With poor Ruca caught in the middle. [[BystanderSyndrome Everyone else goes to sleep.]]



* ButtMonkey:
** Although much less than Luca, Spada now has his moments.
*** He has plenty of ruined attempts [[BadassBoast to look cool]] in victory poses, usually courtesy of Iria and Hermana (and Luca, at times). Also, one victory pose has Iria mocks him for making Luca worried about him[[note]]Have Spada finish a battle with low HP[[/note]].
*** He is the only one whose name QQ doesn't remember. She calls her "weird guy" instead, even after she officially accepted him as her friend ([[CuddleBug by hugging him]]).
*** His attempts at peeking on women in the hot springs always ends badly, be it getting beaten by the girl's elder brother or accidentally hitting on [[DudeLooksLikeALady Kongwai]].
** Ricardo doesn't seem to have it any better.
*** He falls flat to Ange and Hermana's pranks at least twice. The latter (done by Hermana) manages to ruin his [[BadassArmFold victory]] [[BadassBack pose]].
*** The party apparently took notice of his fear of heights and mercilessly teases him for this.
12th Feb '17 3:32:15 PM lu127
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* ChildishPillowFight: One of the inn skits added for levity. The first stars Illia and Spada initiating the fight with Ruca but the poor guy is clueless and finds it a bit mean and childish. At which point Illia decides to use Coda as her pillow. She claims it was just a mistake.



* DeniedFoodAsPunsihment: Iria tells Coda he is not getting any food after he gleefully stole an apple and refused to admit anything wrong with it. Since food is all that goes through his mind, he strongly protests. Iria doesn't budge.

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* DeniedFoodAsPunsihment: Iria DeniedFoodAsPunishment: Illia tells Coda he is not getting any food after he gleefully stole an apple and refused to admit anything wrong with it. Since food is all that goes through his mind, he strongly protests. Iria doesn't budge.
12th Feb '17 12:47:54 PM lu127
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* ItsAllUpstairsFromHere: In the most annoying form. The game's final dungeon is called the Tower of Dawn and it is literally a trek up three levels of winding staircases. At the end of every level, you will face a boss. The regular enemies might spawn in front of you, behind you, on top of you...and the camera hates you, since it's so zoomed in you can never tell where you're going. The R version fixed this by adjusting the camera and adding a few puzzles, so the trek isn't such a chore anymore.
12th Feb '17 12:32:52 PM lu127
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* HatesBeingAlone: The Primordial Giant, creator of the world before Devaloka and Naraka formed. He created the world and its inhabitants out of his own flesh in an attempt to make sure no one would ever be alone again. He also left a small fragment of his power behind, but made it so that only two people who share a bond can use it.



* NoExportForYou: Which [[http://www.absolutezerotranslations.com/ Absolute Zero]] has finally countered for the original version as of 29th of June, 2010.
11th Feb '17 1:54:50 PM lu127
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* ThePowerOfLove: The Power of Creation can only be used by two people who share a deep bond. The party believes the Primordial Giant made it so because he wanted to create a world full of people who could laugh, cry and share good moments together.
11th Feb '17 1:33:17 PM lu127
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11th Feb '17 1:07:46 PM lu127
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* SignificantDoubleCasting:
** There is a very good reason AtsukoTanaka voices [[spoiler:Matthias and Inanna.]]
** Orifiel and Himmel switched voice actors after undergoing reincarnation. Ange's voice actor (KaoriNazuka) voices the androgynous Himmel, who is Albert's past life. TomokazuSugita voices Orifiel (Ange's past life), and Albert who is a reincarnated Himmel! The two characters shared a close familial relationship.
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