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Tales of Phantasia

A Role-playing game game by Wolf Team, Namco Tales Studio, and Mineloader Software in the Tales series

Tales of Phantasia box art

Tales of Phantasia (テイルズ オブ ファンタジア, Teiruzu obu Fantajia) is a Super Nintendo game in the role-playing video game genre published by Namco and released in Japan in 1995, selling 212,000 copies. It is the first mothership title in the Tales RPG series and was later remade/re-released on the PlayStation, Game Boy Advance and PlayStation Portable. While the Super Famicom version did not have a characteristic genre name, the PS1 and GBA versions of Tales of Phantasia had the characteristic genre name Legendary RPG (伝説のRPG, Densetsu no RPG), and the PSP version Tales of Phantasia ~ Full Voice Edition's characteristic genre name is Legendary RPG Embellished with Voices (声が彩る、伝説のRPG, Koe ga irodoru, densetsu no RPG). This game was originally developed by Wolf Team. It was written and programmed by Yoshiharu Gotanda, designed by Masaki Norimoto and scored by Motoi Sakuraba and Shinji Tamura. The character designs were created by manga artist Kōsuke Fujishima. An anime series based on the game has also been created.

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