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• BONUS DLC - exclusive PS3 Dynamic Theme included with the purchase of the guide *
 
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  • Relié: 400 pages
  • Editeur : Prima Games; Édition : Har/Psc (19 août 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0804163448
  • ISBN-13: 978-0804163446
  • Dimensions du produit: 20,8 x 2,4 x 28,2 cm
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Jarod le 11 septembre 2014
Format: Relié
Ce livre est une perle et est une obligation pour tout fan de la série des Tales of. Le guide est en hard cover, idéal pour l'abîmer le moins possible.
Le must est que l'on a accès à encore plus d'informations diverses (guide, vidéos, images, ...) sur internet grâce à Prima.

Pour le contenu du guide :
- une page de présentation de la part d'Hideo Baba en personne
- Game System : pour expliquer le système du jeu
- Characters : pour mieux connaître les personnages du jeu
- Walkthrough : pour pouvoir avancer dans le jeu pas à pas
- Character Stories : les différentes histoires des différents persos
- Side Quests : les quêtes annexes
- Item Data : la liste de tous les items avec des images et même des DLC
- Shop Data : liste de tout ce que l'on peut acheter selon les villes
- Trophies / Titles / Skits : tous les titres que l'on peut obtenir dans le jeu pour le grade shop en cas de new game +

Le seul inconvénient, c'est qu'il est exclusivement en anglais, mais c'est toujours mieux qu'en japonais.
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Livre relié, apportant un complément idéal au jeu video, photo, artworks,
mais au moins on a un ensemble cohérent, toutefois cela n'a jamais été fit pour le Un?
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0 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Christophe Baert le 22 septembre 2014
Format: Relié
Guide nécessaire pour ceux qui souhaitent faire le jeu à fond car il aide bien.
Il est plutot bien écrit et bien détaillé.
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The Most Detailed Tales Guide I've Ever Seen 24 août 2014
Par Wander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
With how big and expansive the first Tales of Xillia was it was quite surprising to find that it didn't actually have a guide to go with it. With all the quests, items and secrets to behold Tales of Xillia was probably the most deserving of a guide in the Tales series. Luckily, Tales of Xillia 2, for as big and expansive at it is, does have a guide. And it's amazing in almost every way. It is quite possibly the most detailed Tales guide I've ever seen.

To compare and contrast, many a Tales guide before now had pretty much been published by Brady Games. And while some of them weren't bad (Tales of Legendia) they always lacked going that extra mile or really getting the player to master the game. Either because of missing details or just not going far enough. Guides such as their Tales of Vesperia guide or Tales of Symphonia were under detailed and (at best) mediocre. Don't be too alarmed by the price tag. As a collector's item it's worth it. As a reference for Tales of Xillia 2 it's so staggering in its information that you might find yourself suffering from information overload.

The guide wastes no time jumping into the game system. Everything about combat is here for your convenience. This is definitely where newcomers should start. For the most part the battle is familiar to the previous game that returning players needn't spend as much time here. This isn't a section that just glosses over everything, it's actually quite detailed. It goes into the different enemy "types," and really helps the player understand what kind of game they're about to play. It can feel like a bit much for a new player, but it's certainly much more helpful than some of the tutorials in the game.

Once we get beyond that we get to the characters section. In many a JRPG guide this section typically just introduces you to characters and (sometimes) tells you what they're good at. Here there's a surprisingly large amount of detail. It will tell you what the character is good at. It then provides a handy chart so that you can see their growth in stats (each one assigned with a letter) so that you can better develop and enhance their abilities. There's a bit more to it. The guide will definitely help you get the best out of each character. It provides a list of skills they can learn from their Allium Orb. It also provides a full list of artes. Yet what really helps this section stand out is that it gives a lot of tactics on how to use said character. Not a small amount of tactics either. It gives you an entire breakdown. It tells you what the character is good at in combat (giving you graphs as well) and then gives you some recommended combos and ways to utilize their artes. For anyone hoping to get the best out of a character this is certainly one way to do it. This isn't just a bio and a quick, "This is what the character is for." Rather it's actually a detailed section. Better than anything a previous Tales guide has done. Rest assured, you're not just getting the basics here.

Once we get beyond that we have the walkthrough. Just like the previous sections, this is quite detailed. There are maps aplenty. Each of them labeled with items in chests, the probablility of you finding certain items in the area during exploration. There is also a handy list of enemies you'll encounter in every area as well as basic stats. The guide doesn't ignore the difficulty settings either. Many (and I do mean MANY) strategy guides (especially for RPGs) tend to forgo explaining anything about difficulty. Here you actually get some detail. it doesn't come out in strategy, but there are charts to help you calculate every enemies stats for higher difficulty settings. This seems small at first, but it's a Godsend for those wanting to test their merits on Unknown.

The walkthrough is also written in an easy to use manner. When you look at the maps for each section you'll notice they are numbered. Where you see a number on the map simply means you find that number in the text and it'll tell you what to do at that point. There are also notes that might call out a few tips. The layout and design makes it easy to use and easy to follow. Bosses, items and other stuff. A list of skits also pops up if they're supposed to in a particular area. But perhaps the most rewarding part is that the guide shows you EVERY choice decision moment throughout the main quest. It'll also tell you how your affinity with a character will change based on it. It is, thankfully, also well organized. There are two distinct problems that can stick out with the walkthrough. The first is that... it's huge. You want this, sure, but it has no qualms about spoiling anything. If you're the type that needs the guide to get to the point quickly, this isn't that kind of guide. Likewise, there will be spoilers. Prima sometimes has a tendency to describe what you're already seeing on screen. It's no different here, but experiencing the story can be ruined in some spots because of it. This is especially true when you get into the side quests section.

The side quests and character quests section are written in pretty much the same manner as the walkthrough. Likewise, the guide also gives a pretty detailed look into the game's coliseum.

Once we get beyond all this we get into all the data. The items, accessories and shop data in particular. It seems strange that the shop data isn't included in the walkthrough at first, but when you actually see it, it isn't hard to understand why. These charts and lists are huge. It's better if they are in the back with the others as some of them would take up a lot more space and get in the way of the flow of the walkthrough.

The very end of the guide has all the list of trophies. It's a little disappointing to know it's not a full blown "Trophy Guide." It's just a list of trophies, what they are and a list of how you obtain it. But it's nothing unique and special. A full blown Trophy Guide would've been a little better.

Lastly, there is an interview with the producer of the Tales series. If you are a huge fan of the Tales games you should definitely read these interviews. It'll give you insight as to why Tales of Xillia 2 exists and why they did some of the things they did. It's a detailed interview but also somewhat short.

With so much information you're bound to get lost from time to time. There's a neat Table of Contents in the front of the guide to really help you find anything you need. But you're still bound to get lost flipping pages. This book is 400 pages and unlike so many guides out there, a lot of it isn't used and wasted space. It's full. There can be a bit of information overload, if only because there's so much info. Tales of Xillia 2 is a huge game and it's nice to see there's a guide that actually covers all of its bases.

I've yet to access the PS3 dynamic theme. However, I will say that in terms of that free eGuide... it is pretty much a waste of time. You must register to Prima's website to really use it. And while it's a free eGuide it can only be accessed online via their website. You can't download said eGuide and transfer it to a tablet or anything. You can only access it while on Prima's website. The free eGuide is nothing more than a marketing ploy. If you have the physical copy there's no real reason to access the free eGuide. While there are some things you'll get out of it, there's really nothing you can't find in the actual guide you've already put down a pretty penny for. Don't waste time on it, it's just a means for Prima to you to register to their site so that they can start sending you stuff via email.

The Tales of Xillia 2 guide is by far the most detailed Tales guide I've ever seen. There's so much information that it can feel overwhelming. If you have problems with Tales of Xillia 2 and would like a guide... this is the perfect one.
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As strategy guides go, few are as well written and essential as this one 23 septembre 2014
Par Sean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I'm not normally the strategy guide type - I like to take things as they come and figure them out on my own. Not this game, not with its hundred hidden felines, hidden affinity in dialogue choices, and dozens of different boss gimmicks. This guide has been indispensable with regards to the enjoyment I and my girlfriend have gotten out of this game. It removes all the fuss and frustration with it's clear layout, attention to detail, and high quality maps.

If this guide is lacking something, it's an index and a dedicated "maps" section. If you return to an area to find something you missed, you must skip back in the guide to find the part of the main story that corresponds with the zone you're in - no other place will the map of that zone appear. If you're then looking for that spot in the book, you have to do it manually because there's no index of zones, monsters, items, or anything telling you what page to find that info on.

On the presentation side of things, this is the highest quality video game guide I've ever seen. The hardcover is striking, the colors pop, and just having the guide to display is a point of pride. I'm happy to own this book!
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One of the best strategy guides I've seen 28 août 2014
Par Bryan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Admittedly, one of the only reasons I originally got this guide is because I thought it might become a collector's item someday. We don't always get Tales games in the USA, and we certainly don't always get beautiful thick hardbound strategy guides with bonus DLC. Well, after playing the game a bit, I began using the guide because I was too stressed about making the "wrong" decisions. I've been burned by games like this before where you try to do it yourself and just wind up with the worst ending. After all, Xillia 2 is one of those games with many different endings and a hundred different choices. While I normally do fine consulting free online guides, it would be extremely hard to follow a text-only guide for a game like this, as you're constantly having to look out for collectibles. With that being said, the guide is still probably best suited for collectors, but it is definitely one of the best strategy guides I've ever come across. The amount of information in here is staggering.
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Tales of Xillia 2 Guide Book a Must Have. 2 octobre 2014
Par Carolyn Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Fantastic book!! It comes in a beautiful decorated hard cover with a ton of information. This is the first Tales book I've ever seen for purchase (unless you count the books for the older games that cost a small fortune for them)
This book is compartmentalized in easy to follow sections and gives warnings when it is about to show any spoilers. It has lists for the items, weapons, armor, and cats and how or when to obtain them. The maps are detailed enough to help you find certain items without crowding them up so much that the map disappears.
I enjoyed reading this book even when I wasn't playing the game, and then i only used the book when I needed further clarification on a quest I will treasure this book for years to come.
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Excellent guide, well written and and do good advices ... 11 octobre 2014
Par Andre Shiroyuki Padilha Sato - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Excellent guide, well written and and do good advices on how you should proceed with your playthrough and plethora of information on what to do post-game.

The only negative point is that the guide spoils some aspects of the history that should have been kept as a mistery because the player won't understand what's going on until the game reveals itself what is it.

Another aspect is that I think is mandatory to play Xillia 1, because the game itself spoils too much the events of Xillia 1, and the game itself recommends in some way that you should be already familiar with the Tales of Xillia universe.
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