So to break the semi-hiatus mode I will be posting about what I do when I am bored: PSP Games. I will be showing you a pretty old game from Namco / Ubisoft (early 2007 as per Wikipedia), Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology.
This will not be a review (sort of) because I know if you bump on this post you already have a good idea what the game is and that there are a lot of reviews and walkthroughs from gaming sites. Since this one belong to the “Tales Series”, it shares almost the same gameplay as the other Tales game. On this post, I will just show a few Radiant Equipments that I collected from the game.
The thing is once you reach level40 of a class (or Job), a set of quest will be unlocked in the available quest in a town. Note that these quests appears on a specific town depending on your class and that you need to finish other quests (endless fetching quests) to make space for them. Once you have them, you will be asked to find these Radiants (fallen Heroes), fight them and get a piece of their armor as reward. This means you have to fight the radiant at least 5 times to get every equipment of the set from them (headgear, chest armor, gloves, weapon, boots).
I suggest that you take them when you are around Level50+ for these guys are really tough at Level40. I also may say that these sets are just easters for there are rarer items that are better than them. So why go for them? Some of them simply looks cool.
The long range class of the game that uses bow and arrow (is there an archer without a bow and arrow). Pretty self explanatory. Can cast elemental long range attacks and minor healing spells.
The Swordsman (aka Fencer)
The most defensive class due to full gears. Has high HP and defense.
A melee character that uses fists as weapon. Has bunch of combos due to quick strikes.
The upgrade of the Fighter class. The quick strikes now comes with teleport moves.
Random screencaps from the game.
The Final Say
If you want a game to kill time, then go get this game. I can’t remember how many hours did I finish the game but as a JRPG fan then I believe it is worth it especially as a portable game. I played other games in the Tales series so I am happy to also get this one.