Gaming With God: Luke fon Fabre’s Desire To Change


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I am finally getting a Playstation 4 this week, so I hope to play some more games and able to write more as time goes on. One of the games I’m looking forward to get my hands on is Tales of Zesteria. If you don’t know about it, the Tales Of series is similar to Final Fantasy, in that each game is different from the other but the mechanics are similar. Each game is an anime and RPG fans dream come true, bringing together Japanese voice overs, animated cut scenes, fast paced battles and a dramatic story. They have been releasing titles since the SNES, and the last one played was Tales of XilliaLuke 3

Another entry in the series, titled Tales Of The Abyss, has a character named Luke fon Fabre. His story impacted me because of the change you see him undergo from start to finish. He’s a young boy who is stuck in a mansion after being kidnapped by the MalKuth Empire (aka the bad guys). He starts off as the typical spoiled brat who hasn’t seen the outside world, but that quickly changes when Tear Grants enters his life. She tries to assassinate his mentor and trainer Van, but is instead transported out of the area by Luke’s power to save his master.

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2 thoughts on “Gaming With God: Luke fon Fabre’s Desire To Change

    1. Thanka for the comment. Yes, the anime is really good. I enjoyed it to see so many scenes from the game animated. Vesperia I have not played…Zestria is the one I want to play, and I still have Xillia 2 and Tales of Grace to conquer…

      What did you like about Vesperia?

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