- Summary: Players set out on a journey of self-discovery as they assume the role of Velvet, a young woman whose once kind demeanor has been replaced and overcome with a festering anger and hatred after a traumatic experience three years prior to the events within TALES OF BERSERIA. Velvet will join aPlayers set out on a journey of self-discovery as they assume the role of Velvet, a young woman whose once kind demeanor has been replaced and overcome with a festering anger and hatred after a traumatic experience three years prior to the events within TALES OF BERSERIA. Velvet will join a crew of pirates as they sail across the sea and visit the many islands that make up the sacred kingdom of Midgand in an all-new adventure developed by the celebrated team behind the TALES OF series.… Expand
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Tales of Berseria - Teaser Trailer
Feb 10, 2017Tales of Berseria is a direct response to all the fans of the series that felt disappointed with the lackluster Zestiria. With a much more interesting overarching story, a stellar cast of characters and many refinements to the gameplay, Tales of Berseria is easily the best Tales game since Vesperia.
Jan 24, 2017Tales of Berseria feels like a Tales game made just for me. There’s so many games in the series now, and I’ll never play them all, but the characters and the narrative and the combat mechanics of Berseria just click with all of my tastes so well. For some, the lack of gameplay innovation might be a turn off, but for me, a classic Tales gameplay system combined with a unique narrative led to a fantastic experience. Fans both new and old would be doing a disservice to themselves if they didn’t check this game out.
Feb 23, 2017Tales of Berseria is an excellent game despite its flaws. The cast of characters shine in their own right and are easily some of the most memorable in the series and the combat additions coupled with the engaging plot makes this a game every JRPG fan should play.
Mar 17, 2017Tales of Berseria is too archaic in its game design and visuals to be a mass-appeal JPRG. Still, if you're looking to play a modern representative of this genre, keep in mind that you can easily find a better-looking game, but you won't have as much fun playing it as this one.
Game World Navigator MagazineMar 1, 2017In Tales of Berseria you can find every single thing which caused “traditional” JRPG to fall out of favor: world is almost empty, balance is non-existent and instead of truly intricate story we have a cheap, unbelievable drama. Sure, most of these can be explained away as a JRPG tradition – but that doesn’t mean we didn’t get tired of them. [Issue #217, p.76]
Jan 26, 2017Tales of games are big part of why i'm still playing videogames. This is such a wonderful series. Berseria introduce female main characterTales of games are big part of why i'm still playing videogames. This is such a wonderful series. Berseria introduce female main character which is pretty rare in jrpg, on top of that she is basically villain, a pirate. Other parts are pretty classic, which means they are good.… Expand
Jul 16, 2017Tales of Berseria was just the perfect game for me. A nice complex yet simple gameplay (I know is weird but that is how i felt it) and one ofTales of Berseria was just the perfect game for me. A nice complex yet simple gameplay (I know is weird but that is how i felt it) and one of the best stories in a videogame I have played so far. The best Tales Of Game I have played to date.
A great character design and character develope throu the game and a nice dificulty
A must play for me if you like JRPG… Expand
Jan 26, 2017Berseria is about what you always wanted the heroes to do to get out of a situation easily. Who cares about valiantly introducing yourselfBerseria is about what you always wanted the heroes to do to get out of a situation easily. Who cares about valiantly introducing yourself before a duel? Just attack! Need to get some fools off your trail? Let some worthless people become fodder for your assailants' blades. Velvet, the protagonist, will use any tool at her disposal.
Battles are fierce and have an interesting ebb-and-flow. You expend and extract souls from your enemies, allowing you to extend your combo lengths. Anybody who appreciates brawler and fighting games will feel at home, even if you don't normally play RPGs. While it's not quite as fighter-style as Zestiria's combat, it's still engaging and requires you to pay attention. Playing on Hard from the get-go felt natural and enjoyable.
If you didn't play the game before, Zestiria, you shouldn't be lost -- you'll miss out on some of the clever and/or harrowing realizations that come with having experienced Zestiria, but Berseria takes place a few hundred years prior. Strangely though, it does feel more like a sequel than a prequel. While chronologically this happened first, it's so connected that the pacing of the game's reveals is going to resonate more with Zestiria players than if you played them the other way around. Long story short, Zestiria showed you the most hopeful parts of this world's story. Berseria shows you its direst.
One of my only complaints are that while the main characters and the villains have great voice acting, some NPCs sound idiotic. My other is that dungeons tend to be lack-luster and kinda overused. Overall, I'd recommend this to anybody who likes jRPGS -- this isn't a Tales game, it's just a good jRPG with apple gels.… Expand
Mar 12, 2017Tales of Berseria si attesta come un ottimo capitolo della serie Tales of che cerca di implementare da una parte una narrativa diversa che ciTales of Berseria si attesta come un ottimo capitolo della serie Tales of che cerca di implementare da una parte una narrativa diversa che ci mostra quanto il mondo di Westland sia più complesso di quanto si immagini, creando quell’atmosfera oscura e angosciante che ci farà riflettere sull’intera esperienza di gioco. Dall’altra abbiamo un sistema di combattimento funzionale e fluido che però non si basa soltanto sul mero attaccare. Lo stesso non si può dire per i dungeon che risultano essere piatti e privi di profondità, senza tentare di proporre qualcosa di nuovo. Si tratta di un gioco riuscito bene ma non perfettamente che ha bisogno di cambiare la sua struttura in alcuni ambiti, giusto per non rimanere fermi nei propri errori.
Si spera che nel prossimo capitolo, che risulterà essere il primo pensato e sviluppato per piattaforma di questa generazione, sappia innovare e sviluppare al meglio la grande potenzialità che questa serie ha da offrire.
Review ---> http://www.gamesark.it/mostra_rece.asp?c=19220170011952773&p=1&a=0&f=1&s=1… Expand
Feb 23, 2017Berseria still runs like its predecessor, Zestiria but removes much of it's detrimental aspects such as the awful gear and key system.Berseria still runs like its predecessor, Zestiria but removes much of it's detrimental aspects such as the awful gear and key system. However, as I played on, I grew bored of playing as this bland caricature of a revenge driven character, she easily comes of as unsympathetic and sometimes just stupid, making boneheaded decisions because "vengeance". The plot easily falls apart when you don't really care to what happens to the protagonist.… Expand
Mar 29, 2017I couldn't finish this game.
The story and character design is the best part about the game. You know exactly what drives each character,I couldn't finish this game.
The story and character design is the best part about the game. You know exactly what drives each character, everyone is unique and has their own likability, and the several thousand lines of internal dialogue between the characters gives them a depth and characterization that most games don't even come close to achieving. Not many games are going to make you feel like the characters could have been real people, but Berseria could be one of them. 10/10
Sound is acceptable. The opening intro music was outstanding, but music for the rest of the game is forgettable and uninspired. Other sounds, such as from in-game effects from footsteps to sword slashing are what you'd expect. I have one pet peeve about the sound that you hear in combat... Each character has access to a couple dozen different skills and many of them have their own cool names, so when they're used, the character has to yell out that name out loud, every single time. 7/10
Design of the game leaves much to be desired. Game is extremely linear, lack of quick travel combined with mandatory backtracking over long long distances, maps and areas that have little to absolutely none distinguishing features, 'demon' designs that often look like ordinary animals....Graphics also seem dated for a 2017 release. However, sometimes the graphics do work out. There are also anime-cutscenes that are extremely well done, but used too sparingly to compensate for the game's overall lack in graphical appeal. 3/10
Gamplay... is terrible. The walking around part feels boring and long with no interesting interactions, and the combat system... is terrible. Mashing all the keys at once with no strategic thinking necessary. It is VERY hard to see clearly what exactly is happening. Combat is extremely chaotic and poorly done. 0/10
The story itself is amazing enough to consider watching it on youtube. But the game itself probably isn't worth playing through. There are several JRPG's that have a stellar gameplay to go with a great story, but this only has the story.… Expand
May 10, 2017- Worst combat in the entire series, pretty much a lousy button-masher
- bland music,
- A terrible cast of characters. - It's pretty much a- Worst combat in the entire series, pretty much a lousy button-masher
- bland music,
- A terrible cast of characters.
- It's pretty much a 60 USD update of Zestiria.… Expand