テイルズ オブ ゼスティリア: 導師の夜明け, lit. “Tales of Zestiria: Dawn of the Monk” from Bandai Namco Games is the new upcoming J-RPG for Playstation 3. Developed by a great staff from the previous series such as Tatsuro Udo, Kosuke Fujishima (Designer from: Tales of Abuss, Tales of Vesperia, Tales of Xilia, Gungrave, etc…), Mutsumi Inomata and others.
The Scenario Setting return to a Fantasy World very similar to the first Tales of Games such as Tales of Phantasia. The story run on a fictional continent of Greenwood, with the main character Sorey, a young man with the powers of a mystical race known as the Tenzoku and he must travels in Greenwood to deal with a warren between two empires the Highland Kingdom, which is ruled by a constitutional monarchy, and the Laurence Empire.
Throughout the land, an impurity generated by the negative emotions of humanity periodically creates monsters called the Hyoma, who pose a threat to the people. Along with humans, one of the main races of the world is the Tenzoku, supernatural humanoids who can only interact with humans with sufficient spirit energy. Though once an abundant people in Greenwood, the Tenzoku have become scarce. The people of the world call those who interact with the Tenzoku “Monks”, and they are both hailed as saviors and feared because of their power. The Monks have frequently appeared during times of crisis, and have entered into common folklore along with the Tenzoku.
Tbe beautifull main theme of the game you can listen bellow, th composer is Motoi Sakuraba.
Tales of Zestiria is a 3D Game with a great japanese open world-style layout with fully voiced characters. The Battle-System will be an envolved version of the series’s trademark, if you never played any “Tales of” before, the battle is not in turn and is a real time linear motion battle, with the possibility to customize your skills and the skills of your party, and the character status is displayed in special little windows on the screen, which shows the health, Blast Gauge (an energy bar) and Spirit Chain (SC) gauge, the bar beneath the health display which fuels the ability to link characters and perform special attacks. The Characters can dodge from enemies attack and precisely timed dodges can allow characters to stagger enemies and fill the SC gauge. The Blast gauge Characters can trigger a blast of energy which knocks enemies back and heals injuries while draining the gauge.
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Sorey (スレイ Surei)
Sorey was raised by the Tenzoku and possesses high levels of spirit energy, allowing him to interact with them. Due to becoming a Monk after entering into a pact with Lailah, Sorey holds the power to calm the Hyoma. In battle, he wields a ceremonial sword he found in some ancient ruins. Sorey is designed by Kousuke Fujishima and voiced by Ryōhei Kimura.
Alisha (アリーシャ Arīsha)
Alisha is a princess to the Highland empire. Due to her mother’s low status and the decreasing importance of the kingdom’s monarchy, she is treated poorly by the royal family, and decides to become a knight. While initially unable to see and interact with the Tenzeoku as Sorey can, she enters a pact with him to become a “thane”, a servant of the Monk with limited magic and the ability to see the Tenzoku. Alisha wields a long spear in battle. She is designed by Daigo Okumura and voiced by Ai Kayano.
Mikleo is a Tenzoku aligned with the element of Water, and Sorey’s childhood friend. He acts as a contrast to Sorey, being cool and considerate, but because of this he has a strong bond of friendship with him. Mikleo fights with a long fighting staff and Water-based heavenly artes. He is designed by Mutsumi Inomata and voiced by Ryōta Ōsaka.
Edna is a Tenzoku aligned with the element of Earth. While she has a pretty and petite exterior, she has a cool personality and distrusts humans. However, when it comes to her brother, she is prone to outbursts of emotion. Edna uses her parasol in combat and utilizes Earth-based heavenly artes. She is designed by Minorushi Iwamoto and voiced by Misato Fukuen.
Lailah (ライラ Raira)
Lailah is a Tenzoku aligned with the element of Fire. She acts as a tutor to Sorey, and forms a pact with him when he wishes to become a Monk. Lailah also forms pacts with Mikleo, Edna and Dezel, being the senior member of the partnership. Though she is knowledgeable, she is prone to delusional outbursts. Lailah fights with book pages and Fire-based heavenly artes. She is designed by Inomata and voiced by Miyu Matsuki.
Dezel (デゼル Dezeru)
Dezel is a Tenzoku aligned with the element of Wind. Working in secret among the human population, he seeks vengeance against the Hyoma after they killed a close friend. He is also considered an outlaw by the humans and the Tenzoku. Dezel uses whip-like pendulums and Wind-based artes in battle. He is designed by Okumura and voiced by Daisuke Ono.
Zavied (ザビーダ Zabīda)
Zaveid is a Tenzoku aligned with the element of Wind. Though he also fights the Hyoma, is generally a prankster and shares some form of connection with Dezel, he is also dangerous due to his uncertain allegiance and his willingness to fight Sorey. Zaveid fights with twin pistols and Wind-based heavenly artes. The character is designed by Iwamoto and voiced by Kenjiro Tsuda.
Maltran (マルトラン Marutoran)
Maltran is a character from the Highland Kingdom who plays a large role in its story. A female knight known as the “Blue Valkyrie”, she is Alisha’s mentor, having taught her all her combat skills, and one of the few important figures in the kingdom who supports her. Maltran is voiced by Mami Koyama.
Sergei (セルゲイ Serugei)
Sergei is a knight of the Laurence Empire and leader of an elite group of knights whose combat ability is great enough to fight both humans and the Tenzoku. Both loyal to the Empire and concerned with the welfare of the people, an incident between him and Soray causes the two to cross swords. Sergei is voiced by Hideyuki Hori.
The Game is comming for PS3 and the release date is 2015, January 22.
Great part of the informations come from wikipedia, famitsu and the official game’s site (http://toz.tales-ch.jp/).
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