Tales of Symphonia

Global Total as of 21st Oct 2017 (units): N/A
Platform: PlayStation 2Also on: PlayStation 3, GameCube
Developer: Namco Tales Studio Genre: Role-Playing

Release History

Tales of Symphonia NamcoJapan22nd September 2004Retail
Tales of Symphonia NamcoJapan22nd September 2004Retail

Game Overview

Tales of Symphonia is a role-playing game, developed by Namco Tales Studio, initially for the GameCube. The game was later ported to the Playstation 2 and remastered for the Playstation 3, along with Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World in a package called Tales of Symphona Chronicles. It is the fifth main entry in the Tales series of games.

In the world of Sylvarant the land is dying due to a steady loss of Mana, the energy source that is needed for both magic and life itself. As crops begin to wither and hardship sets in, the people turn their hopes to the Chosen, who can reverse the ills of the world by completing the Journey of World Regeneration. Lloyd Irving and his friends must find a way to help the Chosen awake the Summon Spirits, but they'll soon discover the fate of a second world is tightly linked to their actions...

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Soriku (on 07 July 2008)
Late to answer...but it sold 400k in
aspirin (on 27 June 2008)
According to japan-gamecharts.com it
sold 394k in Japan
konnichiwa (on 22 June 2008)
MontanaHatchet (on 22 May 2008)
Lol Soriku, of course it didn't sell
better than the Gamecube version. It
doesn't have any sales data.
Sky Render (on 07 March 2008)
It's not like the PS2 version came to
the US. Which is a good thing, since it
would have eaten into the GameCube
version's sales by nearly 10,000 copies
(if the track record of sales of Tales
games on PS2 in the US is any
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