Download Tales of Luminaria - Anime RPG 1.2.0 for iPhone/iPad by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc. directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 12+ to be able to install and run.
As the title says, this game is easy to learn. Daily summons and little treasures here and there that you find in-game gets you coming back for more. As well as the story of course as you are on an adventure as any great Tales game in the past. Many characters to learn of and come to love. Definitely an amazing game so far. I’m expecting the rest of the game to be just as exciting.
This is a great game The story is great in my humble opinion You will not like every character the same Just like you will not fancy every personality you meet in real life but that doesn’t take away from the story writing and that character point of view so I wouldn’t take points away for that as all the rpg games I played from tales to grandia to final fantasy I did not like every character But the difference is in those game I could just not put them in my team and in this game they are the ones you have to play with for their point of view. I wouldn’t change it tbh Overall five out of five story Gameplay this is where it gets a little messy The gameplay is ok, but needs work with the camera Developers if you are going to patch something It should be this ASAP We need better camera control and we should be able to dodge in the middle of our attacks By doing these two things you will get better feedback And if I could add anything else is better crispier reaction time These things are playable but needs to be improved 3.5 out of five The whole system to get stronger characters is basically getting armor which can unlock skills as well Now you can buy armor or you can be free to play and the game is pretty generous with daily free armor draws and every time you log in the calendar either gives you gold or crystal which is the currency to but more armor Then everything you do in the game gives you crystal as a rewards leveling,reaching a high tier in power for your characters etc The system is free to play friendly and you don’t feel like you need to spend real life money Five out of five Ps I will say that after tales of arise I wish this Was a console game with two sides playable of your choice with the same game mechanics because tales of arise is literally the best 3d game you have created by far
The game itself is great, especially its interesting combat and exploration of the areas. The story of some characters so far have gone from interesting to boring which may or may not change over future patches. The combat itself reminds me of old school dynasty warriors. My biggest problem isn’t with the game at all, but with the frequent history of Tales Mobile games being discontinued for western audiences. Tales of Crestoria being the most recent axed game come next month. I’d spend wisely on this game if I were you, lest you waste your money.
I like how the food is much more essential in this tales game, since some characters do not get companions in the story as a supporting character. I wish the episodes were longer, like a full fledged tales game on consoles, with more than just 10 levels. Other than that it was a blast to play, with each and every character having different starting areas and maps, and some with different map gimmicks like puzzles and traps.
that "fight together with attractive characters" is what got me tbh
I like the game but wish there wasn’t a storyline about a girls father selling her as a “plaything” not what I was expecting
The game looks great, but looks are deceiving. The controls are wonky, trying to move the character sometimes you use your dash ability and not always in the direction you are trying to go. When in counter scenes you are in animation lock while tapping the counter icons, however enemies not locked in counter scene with you can still attack not allowing you time to dodge and taking unwanted damage and sometimes dieing. Also counter icons can show-up behind ability buttons not allowing you to hit them and taking massive damage.
The storyline is too cliche and cringe. The guy that you start with is your typical protagonist that is clueless in which I get, but the dialogues he says is really what you’d expect from a high school student or middle school student. I’ve seen other reviews about how the voice actors and actress was great but could they have been more wrong. They speak like they’re reading a script and there’s not enough passion, especially with the protagonist. Last and not least, the advertising stated that you’re able to play different characters and yet you’re forced to play the protagonist as the first story. I wouldn’t complain it so much if the first story wasn’t like 10 minutes long with annoying voice actors/actresses. If you wanna play an anime based rpg game, just play Honkai impact or Genshin impact. I don’t like Genshin and it’s still way better. P.S almost forgot, they don’t even have the option to change the voices to Japanese when it’s anime styled rpg. My level of disappointment was immeasurable with that problem.
So the game seems cool, the combat is snappy and full of action, but the way they introduce the plot in the first episode is incredibly annoying. Leo’s friends are parental and rude, and I feel like that’s the worst way to start a story: by lecturing the player before they’ve had a chance to even wet their toes. I get that the other two are there to fill me in on what the game is about essentially, but they’re just so incredibly patronizing that it’s hard to even stomach them talking for more than a moment. Every time they get ready to speak it’s “hey Leo, let me point out another one of your character flaws and harp on it so we can move the story forward”. I despise people like that in real life, that expect to be thanked for everything they do, and harp on other people’s flaws like they’re paragons of perfection. Worst possible way to open the story up. Bold, yes, but I think it detracts from the other characters before I’ve even had a chance to get to know them, much less had any time to let them grow on me first. I just drop into the first chapter and as soon as they show up it’s “oh great, we have to help out this helpless baby idiot that we supposedly also respect as a colleague”. Not the best way to introduce a player to your game, but half of them are probably casuals that just play mobile games for the battle gameplay and graphics. Ugh.
Great game so far