How You Can Recruit More Tales Characters In Tales Of The World: Reve Unitia

By Spencer . August 21, 2014 . 12:15am

taleru01Like other Tales of the World games, Tales of the World: Reve Unitia brings characters from different Tales titles together for a new game. Tales of the World: Reve Unitia is a strategy RPG and story missions are spread out on a map.


Famitsu explains players will also be able to select EX Maps, detours off the main story where you could find a new character or a formidable enemies to fight. After running into a new ally, you can use him or her in battle just like any other character.


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Tales of the World: Reve Unitia comes out for Nintendo 3DS on October 23.

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  • Namuro

    Through DLC!!!

  • aizen310

    Sophie!!!! :3

  • Postnjam

    Please let me have Pascal, she was awesome.

  • Will admit, hearing recruitment as the article’s header description made me think this is a Tales game inheriting Suikoden style recruitment of sorts.

  • Spirit Macardi

    I want this game so bad…

    I want it dubbed at that, especially since a large portion of the characters are played by either Johnny Yong Bosch, Laura Bailey, or Sam Riegel.

    Unless Karol is added to the roster, in which case I don’t care because then I’d have Kumiko Watanabe’s voice to make up for it x3

  • Morningstar

    Seems a lot like how Nippon Ichi does the “recruit crossover characters” bit. Though in that case it’s usually in the post game.

    Then again, it is a strategy RPG game, This seems to be the only way barring an actual crossover or DLC (and in tha latter case, NIS games still have stages to go with the characters).

    Which reminds me, is this game a crossover between multiple Tales?

  • I know it’s mildly unlikely, but I really hope this gets localized. In the NA or EU. TTuTT

    • Ric Vazquez


      • Kornelious

        Same :)

  • Tiredman

    Will admit I have no interest in this game. I own all the Tales of Games on console in the West, and am a huge fan, but I like the characters, but I don’t feel like watching the developers try to shoehorn them into each others lives. I tried Cross Edge for that experience, and was left feeling bored and annoyed by the combat, of which there is a ton. Don’t usually see character cross over games done right, at least not when the entire game is based around said cross overs.

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