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If you are a fan of the Tales series, you'll probably find some things to like about Radiant Mythology. A good number of characters from the previous games make an appearance, so if gratuitous references and wink-wink, nudge-nudge cameos are your thing, you'll certainly get your fill. For everyone else, it's a serviceable role-playing game that skates by on humor and personality but can't deliver a truly compelling story. The combat is equally drab, borrowing its core elements from last year's Tales of the Abyss but stripping them down to the barest button-mashing essentials. It's not bad, but it's cliché, and clearly meant to appeal to franchise fans willing to overlook its shortcomings in favor of in-jokes and familiar faces.
You begin by creating a character and customizing his hair, face, and other physical characteristics. You must also choose a profession, though you can change it later if you like. Once done, you're dropped into the world of Terresia, where you were just born--fully developed--to the kingdom's world tree in a ceremony best left to the imagination of botanists the world over. In any case, you're a protector whose sole purpose is to defend the kingdom from an evil world-devouring demon. You're joined by feline-faced Mormo, one of the most aggravating characters in RPG history--sort of the Jar-Jar Binks of high fantasy. The main story is a chestnut, so any entertainment value you get from it is from the random hysterical dialogue you get treated to. Luckily, there's plenty of it, and while there aren't many laugh-out-loud moments, the dialogue is amusing and enjoyable. [/color]