With each new title on Nintendo's dual screen wonder, usually comes another leap in presentation and graphics. Tales of the Tempest is the latest addition to the franchise and sure doesn't disappoint.
The game is Namco's first DS Tales installment, featuring a superb system for a portable: from expansive 3D worlds, interactive battles to a cast of ever-snazzy characters.
The lead role is a young boy, Caius, who lives as an adopted child in a village of Alewallah. In a typical plot, the village is attacked by a fiend who goes by the name of "Spot". No, not Spot the dog. The young boy and his father begin to fight the monster, but during the fight his father and childhood pal Rubian escape the village.
Confused, Caicus seeks to find his real parents - hooray.
Generic storyline aside, the title boosts fantastic visuals as you may well have seen in our last media upate. These are put to their paces in a short but very impressive trailer that was released at the beginning of the month.
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