|Game Name||Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X|
|Original Title||テイルズ オブ ファンタジア なりきりダンジョンＸ|
|Game Release||2010-08-05 (11 years ago)|
|Publisher||Bandai Namco Games|
|Languages||English Patched, Japanese|
Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X (テイルズ オブ ファンタジア なりきりダンジョンＸ) is a RPG video game published by Bandai Namco Games released on August 5th, 2010 for the PlayStation Portable.
The patch translated menus only not the story.
Review by CheeseCake:
I would like to say something first before proceeding with this review: Stay away from the GBA version of Tales of Phantasia. It seriously sucks. The localization is abyssmal and the GBA “downgrade” from the PSX was terribly done. (This is being repeated from the Phantasia PSX review).
Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X the first remake of Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon on the Game Boy Color. It was developed by Namco Tales Studios and published by Namco Bandai Games. A Fan Translation currently being worked on by Absolute Zero Translations.
If you didn’t notice, it also has Tales of Phantasia X, the remake of the remakes of Tales of Phantasia (They remade this using the PSX version as the base. Notice the similar overworlds.)
It’s that bottom right icon when you are on the Title Screen of Narikiri Dungeon X. Everything is identical to the PSX version except this uses an updated battle system with a “Modern 2D Tales System.”(Look at Tales of Rebirth and Tales of Destiny 2 on PSP or Tales of Hearts on the DS.)The current menu patch of Narikiri Dungeon X’s origins is unknown. It’s long been dead so it’s hard to trace its source.
DON’T WORRY. There is a new translation patch being worked on for BOTH ToP X and ToP: NDX by Absolute Zero. YES. They’re doing BOTH of them since they’re reusing scripts and translations from their translation patch for Tales of Phantasia PSX version.
The story of NDX is set 104 years after the original Tales of Phantasia in the year 4408.The story begins with the fairy Eto attempting to find her lost friends but slowly lost her strength. Before her appears a woman named Norn who, in exchange for nursing Eto, gave her the task of raising two infants named Mel and Dio. Thirteen years later, Dio and Mel gain the power of “Narikiri.” An incident starts in Valhalla City while the two children were enjoying their peaceful lives and they must collect the essence of the Summon Spirits.
Use the Power of Narikiri. This allows Dio and Mel to “switch” classes based on the costumes they wear. These go from regular Swordsman and Axeman to Gunners, Samurai, Mages, Fencers, and much more.
Quick Jump Map System: You can jump to locations visited before instead of travelling all the way there. (We don’t have the Rheards anymore)
Brand new Battle System Type: It’s not TP or CC(if you played Tales of Graces or Destiny Director’s Cut) It’s a third type than uses neither. Instead of those two it uses the new Over Brave gauge that raises when you attack the enemies. You don’t have to worry about sudden loss of TPs since we spam Artes/Techs so much. The Overlimit of this game can be used when the Over Brave gauge is raised above 100%.
Meet characters old and new. You can meet the cast of Tales of Phantasia and see what happened to them after the events of the original game.