Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition for Nintendo Switch
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Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

Jan 11, 2019
8.64
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Good
37th of 4784

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Tales of Vesperia and the return of this fan-favorite with the Definitive Edition! A power struggle begins in a civilization dependent on an ancient technology, the blastia, and the Empire that controls it. The fates of two friends traveling separate paths intertwine in an epic adventure that threatens the existence of all. Dive into the Definitive version of this game with updated full HD graphics, brand-new music tracks, exciting mini-games, bosses, and a collection of unreleased costume DLC!

Gamer Reviews

731 Reviews
9.00
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5 reviews
8.30
Vesemix

Vesemix

Jul 22, 2020
5.50
Shawn Silva

Shawn Silva

Jul 10, 2020
8.50
ゲイSword

ゲイSword

Nov 22, 2019
10.00
Dan Smith

Dan Smith

Sep 16, 2019
8.80

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

26 Reviews
8.27
Anna GardJan 15, 2019
Now, this doesn’t make the game unplayable but it’s sad to see that something could have been perfect but actually wasn’t for some sentimental reason. Otherwise, Tales of Vesperia is the perfect game to get players acquainted with the Tales franchise and Japanese RPG. And surely this popular video game series got even more fans thanks to re-publishing of this legendary title.
Kirk HinerJan 29, 2019
Fans of the series will (and should) relish the chance to finally play this entry in the series, and there’s enough Tales goodness here to make it worth the wait. The story is involving, the acting is top-notch, and the remastered graphics are colorful and (mostly) crisp. However, these may not be at a level that will win over anyone who’s never played a Tales game before.
Donald TheriaultJan 22, 2019
Tales of Vesperia is the first Tales game that I’ve put significant time into since the original PlayStation, and frankly the Switch has made it so I can’t finish super-long RPGs without some sort of portability. If you’re looking for a jumping-in point for the series, Vesperia is the way to go.