Whoa, I hope that's not Yggdrasil in real life. Speaking of Yggdrasil, it'd be nice if my beloved thread didn't get blocked, so let's at least pretend Symphonia is relevant to our every day lives. X_x Speaking of Tales of Symphonia being related to our every day lives, I wonder if the elves are like Native Americans in real life. If that's true, then who's the Jews? :/
Uhm.....you get to train *fake cough* Pokemon! *fake cough* monsters that you capture after a battle. The main character continues to be the most incompitant fool I've ever played as and the only time he is is when he's in "Ratatosk mode" which, by the way, is awesome, but doesn't make the main character awesome. The two main characters are just kind of annoying in general, I can't get over them.
I would say you were better off just playing the first one another time. I enjoy the plot that they drew from. "Well....I guess everything isn't actually 'happily ever after. Gee thanks Lloyd'." It shows a majority of the original team that shows up and tries to right the shit that went down after combining the two worlds . But I think like....I just can't get over the fact that the second game was better off without the new two main characters, though the new villains were kind of necessary.
It sounds like a bitter disappointment for me, kinda like when you watch a new series of a tv show and turns out to be rubbish. I was looking on ebay for the TOS guide and it's like 70 quid omg collectors thing now so I have to get one lol
Played the sequel and holy fuck, what a load of shite. All about a little boy who has violent mood swings and an annoying bint who just couldn't take no for an answer. The only thing I liked about that was Tenebie :)