Tales of Hearts R for PS Vita
PS Vita

Tales of Hearts R

Nov 11, 2014
7.92
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Average
181st of 888

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: 7th Chord
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Tales of Hearts R follows Kor Meteor, a young man living in a small village by the sea and training in the ways of the sword. His grandfather bequeaths to him an unusual weapon known as a Soma, which can harness the power of a person’s Spiria—the embodiment of their heart and soul. Kor, now an eager new Somatic-in-training, meets a beautiful young woman named Kohaku and her brother Hisui. Their travels are abruptly cut short when a mysterious witch appears and casts a spell on Kohaku, which sets the trio off on an unexpected journey.

Gamer Reviews

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Critic Reviews

26 Reviews
7.34
Paul SullivanNov 22, 2014
While Tales of Hearts R succeeds in providing interesting gameplay, it fails to offer a compelling storyline. The battle and upgrade mechanics are sound, but the juvenile dialogue might turn some people off trying it. It doesn’t break new ground or advance the genre in any significant way, but fans of anime or JRPGs looking for a new romp could certainly do worse.
8.50
Jae LeeNov 12, 2014
While the overall production values of Hearts R is rather good, there were some rather clunky animations during in-game story cut scenes. Also, many of the FMVs ran at a standard aspect ratio instead of the native widescreen of the Vita, which felt rather jarring considering they kept switching back and forth between the two.
Kevin SchallerNov 10, 2014
Aside from some outdated appearance issues, JRPG cliches, and forgettable music, there isn’t anything terribly wrong with this game. The characters are charming, exploring is satisfying, the action is fast and engaging… this may not be the title that gets the Vita flying off of store shelves, but Tales of Hearts R is definitely worth adding to a pre-existing library. I may be one of the few still really happy with my PSP’s titles, but I’m growing quite fond of my PSP’s bigger little brother now.

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