Tales of Hearts (Partial English) DS ROM

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Game Name Tales of Hearts (English Patched)
Original Title テイルズオブハーツ
Console NDS
Game Release (14 years ago)
Publisher Bandai Namco Games
Image Format .nds
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Tales of Hearts (English Patched) (テイルズオブハーツ) is a RPG video game published by Bandai Namco Games released on December 18th, 2008 for the NDS.

Crystal Mods Patch info:

Added Patch by Patch V0.8.25 by Crystal Mods, it translates:

  • All items
  • All Artes
  • Artes that have CC, or are links artes, say so in the description
  • The entire strategy menu
  • The skill tree
  • All equipment and accessories
  • The grade shop

Kajitani-Eizan’s Demo Patch info:

Partial English patch named “Demo 2 (Translator’s Cut)
Created by: Kajitani-Eizan
Website: http://www.blade2187.com/

Version History:

Demo 2 — The Translator’s Cut demo patch, showcasing some of the features in the Translator’s Cut version of the game. The demo covers the Hamel Volcano dungeon. You can save and load within this dungeon, though you may not leave the dungeon or load a savegame from outside it.

Demo — The preview demo patch, which translates up to roughly the end of Chapter 1 (Xing leaving Siebr Village). You may not load a saved game in this version, though you can save should you wish to do so.

Translator’s Cut

The Translator’s Cut mode of the game features several changes to the game mechanics, including specific Arte nerfs and buffs, changes to how the Life Bottle functions, the ability to switch characters on the fly mid-battle using the SELECT button and directional buttons, Heal Stone improvements and changes, Creativity, Emotional Meltdown Overdrive, Fatal Strikes, and more. See the website for details, or just experiment on your own!


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