How The Two Sides of Tales of the World: Reve Unitia’s Story Begins

By Sato . June 19, 2014 . 1:33am

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Tales of the Wolrd: Reve Unitia brings many heroes from the Tales universe in a dream world called Revalia, where an evil known as the Vule is a major threat. The game is split into two groups with groups of Tales characters and key characters from Revalia. Famitsu shows us how the stories begin.

 

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Asbel and Lloyd wake up in the unknown world of Revalia, where they don’t have any memories of their past, apart from their own names. The two then meet Lufres, a young child from the Lufres tribe, who asks for their help to take on the Vule.

 

On their way to the Lufres’ village to learn more about the situation from Terun, they meet Natalia, who also awakened with no recollection of her past, but decides to travel with the group.

 

Upon arriving to their destination, they immediately realize that the village was under a surprise attack from the Vule. Protecting the young Lufres, was none other than Flynn Scifo. The group manage to take care of the Vule, to bring momentary safety to the village.

 

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While they don’t have any ideas as to why they’ve lost their memories, they know about Revalia and the danger that Terun and the others are in, as Asbel and friends do everything in their power to help out.

 

In order to fight the Vule, Terun is required to accompany the group of Tales heroes. Before anything, they needed to make sure that the Lufres’ village could be safe, so they decide to take out the Vule on the nearby roads… where they also happen to meet Rubia.

 

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Leaving behind the young Terun and the others in the village, the Dream Keepers of the Lufres tribe left to a place called Melancolium in order to maintain a barrier to seal a powerful Vule.

 

The most powerful of the Dream Keepers is Nahato, who went after the Vule that managed to escape, but exhausted himself upon defeating it. To make matters worse, Nahato learns about Terun and the others failing to summon those from the Awake World, who are capable of fighting against the Vule, but due to the failed summon, have been spread across Revalia.

 

However, it doesn’t take long for Nahato to meet the just-awakened Yuri and Jade, who both immediately sensed the dangers of the Vule around them.

 

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After waking up in a completely new world, without any memories, the two immediately ended up fighting right off the bat. While Nahato needs their help, it seems like Yuri and Jade have questions of their own before agreeing.

 

Tales of the World: Reve Unitia will be released in Japan on October 23, 2014 for Nintendo 3DS.


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  • So when does Meredy come in. :’)
    I really want this game to come here. ;u;

  • NeptuniasBeard

    http://www.siliconera.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/l_53a1476999310.jpg

    This is a thing that happens in the game. Now it HAS to be localized! C’mon Bamco, throw some love us Western 3DS owner’s way!

    • DyLaN

      I recall reading an article on ANN that says that there is no plan to release Reve Unitia out of Japan atm.

      • Silent Aaron

        Don’t crush our dreams :(

        • Spirit Macardi

          I think that once the game comes out in Japan, people here should hop on the Japanese Miiverse community for it and post requests for a localization. Could help.

  • a fair start for a crossover game, but yeah most of these title is only for die hard fans i guess.

  • Strawberry Starlet

    Wow. I think this might be the most amnesia I’ve ever seen in one game. It’s positively amneserrific!!!

    • More amnesia than Amnesia and Amnesia

      Think the only story that has it beat is a Wind Named Amnesia

  • chibidw

    This will hopefully answer my oft-wondered question about whether an Asbel with no memories is still just as whiny/mopey.

  • Anthony Birken

    Yuri and Jade are like…the most dangerous duo…

  • The premise reminds me of the Dissidia games.

  • ShawnOtakuSomething

    If only more crossover games had story explain how they got there

  • Kornelious

    So you have of party of Lloyd, Asbel, Natalia, Flynn, and Rubia….And then a party of Yuri and Jade……Seems balanced to me! :P

    I do like the pairings though, have all the “Save the World” heroes on one side….well…saving the world, and then the two “Not giving any craps” heroes fighting and questioning what they are doing here (Like a logical person would do :P)

    Hopefully this gets localized in time, we need more 3DS Tales games! (And Vuta, and PS4, but lets save that for another day :P)

    • Guardian Byakko

      I agree we need more tales games on 3ds. My only concern about localization is whether ALL the english voice actors return from their original games. Lloyd, Asbel, Natalia, flynn, and Rubia still might not be enough to handle the sarcastic badasses Yuri and Jade:P

  • Spirit Macardi

    Hmm, heroes are brought to a dream world by a hovering shape-shifter and have their memories altered save for their names… Gee, this doesn’t sound familiar at all :B

    Just reveal the Klonoa cameo already. There’s no way at this point that the similarities are merely coincidental x3

  • SetzerGabbiani

    For all their talk, I think Bamco will greenlight this for western localization. It might be another Project X Zone situation where we get the text translation but not the voices…basically the bare minimum especially since it’s an SRPG.

    • Spirit Macardi

      I really hope not… It’s not like they’d need to spend a ton to dub it, especially since between Johnny Yong Bosch and Sam Riegel you have most of the cast covered x3

    • Shiyaru

      I don’t mind that actually, I actually prefer it. But voicing aside I really hope it’ll be localized.

  • I really hope this gets localized *u*

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