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Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike

Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike

Alternative Titles

Japanese: テイルズ オブ ヴェスペリア

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 3, 2009
Duration: 1 hr. 50 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.881 (scored by 12196 users)
Ranked: #7052
Popularity: #1361
Members: 23,600
Favorites: 109
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Synopsis

Ten years after the Great War against the demon-beasts, the empire rules over the world and prosperity relies on the massive use of aer.

Yuri Lowell and Flynn Scifo are two young men who have just enrolled the ranks of the prestigious Imperial Knights. One day, they are sent to the town of Ceazontania, where abnormal aer activity has reportedly caused the proliferation of horribly mutated beasts, with serious threat for the whole region.

Meanwhile, the Knights Supreme Commander Alexei Denoia and the naive Princess Estellise are involved in a behind-the-curtains struggle for power in the capital. The situation in Ceazontania deteriorates as the garrison of Imperial Knights finds that they cannot expect any immediate support from the capital.

Then, Niren Fedrok, commander of the Imperial Knights in Ceazontania, takes an unexpected decision that is going to change Yuri and Flynn's destiny forever.

What are the secrets behind the extraordinary events that are happening around Yuri and Flynn? Will they be able to defend the innocent people of Ceazontania and stay true to their beliefs?

(Source: Funimation)

Related Anime

Adaptation: Tales of Vesperia
Character: Tales of Gekijou

Characters & Voice Actors

Aiheap, Hisca
Aiheap, Hisca
Main
Ogasawara, Arisa
Japanese
Ogasawara, Arisa
Aiheap, Chastel
Aiheap, Chastel
Main
Mizusawa, Fumie
Japanese
Mizusawa, Fumie
Fedrok, Niren
Fedrok, Niren
Main
Taniguchi, Takashi
Japanese
Taniguchi, Takashi
Lowell, Yuri
Lowell, Yuri
Main
Toriumi, Kousuke
Japanese
Toriumi, Kousuke

Staff

Kamei, Kanta
Director
Wakabayashi, Kazuhiro
Sound Director
Yoshida, Reiko
Script, Screenplay
Bonnie Pink
Theme Song Performance



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May 25, 2015
Hgjgtdc
*Review is biased since I played the game*
As a Tales of fan, I knew exactly what to expect watching this movie, and I got what I was expecting. Since Tales of Vesperia is one of favorite games, I was quite excited, and my expectations were ultimately met, with only a bit of expected disappointment. Fans of TOV will be happy to learn more of the back story of Yuri, Flynn, and Repede, while newcomers will be amazed by the greatness of the Tales of series.

To be fair, The story was cliche, with some points that adds more flair, however, the art, animation, and music were read more
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Jun 20, 2010
BlondeAssassin
SPOILER FREE

What amazing luck. I happen to complete the game the same week the movie comes out. This caught me completely by surprise, but I was extremely excited. When I initially started the game, I thought it was a bit corny and maybe even childish, but a few hours in and there was incredible character development and storyline threads stretching across, to the point where I even cared for the villains. Truly an exceptional experience from the game.

If you are a fan of the game, then there's no doubt you will love this movie. I went in with no expectations, except knowing that read more
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Jun 10, 2010
Archaeon
In recent years video games, be they console or PC based, have moved to the forefront of popular entertainment. One of the upshots of this trend has been the a marked increase in the number of adaptations and spinoffs that can be found in manga and anime (and that's without including the doujin market). The major problem though, is that studios, production companies and storytellers are doing nothing more than recycling an existing concept, and while the adaptation may actually be pretty decent in some cases (Tears to Tiara for example), more often than not one is served a big plate of mediocrity (I'm looking read more
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Sep 19, 2013
Masserati_
"Trust me the feeling is mutual, I still don't get why you even joined the knights at all!"

Tales of Vesperia, the game that is, happens to be a very special game to me - sure, its story isn't its highest selling point and the game really drags towards the end, but overall, I had a blast experiencing the world of Terca Lumiries - especially the characters, Vesperia has one of my favourite video game casts ever, particularly Rita Mordio - who I have a great adoration for, being my favourite female character in any form of media to date. However, until necessary, I won't let read more
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Recommendations

Both are animated entries in the popular RPG series "Tales of". Featuring fantasy, magic, and swordfighting! Both contain exciting action sequences, magic, and evil villains!

Tales of Vesperia is aimed at a slightly older audience than Tales of Symphonia, however. 
reportRecommended by quercifolia
Similar style , art , atmosphere , and fantasy if you like it you will like the other ... 
reportRecommended by Miss-Cherry
Show may be different due to it's differences but the main Characters Lelouch and Suzaku's ideals and friendship are similar to Yuri and Flynn where Lelouch and Yuri wants to change from the outside and Suzaku and Flynn wants to change within. Both are awesome where it involves battles, politics, corruption, drama, blood, loss of allies, and friendship.  
reportRecommended by Rikudo14
> People live under shield because the outside world is ruled by fierce beasts ( Titans in Shingeki No Kyojin )
> The Main characters are goverment soliders with different desires
> Both goes very dramatic in the process
> Medieval themed but in a fantasy world 
reportRecommended by LeEliteVy
Very similar theme; a group of soldiers who fought with melee weapons and magic. You'll see many similarities, if you liked one of these, you have to watch other one. Tears to Tiara is respectively longer and have many little chapters before it comes to main goal , but overall it's the same subject. 
reportRecommended by SomeoneLost
These two series have a LOT in common. Mainly it's about team of brave heroes who will rescue land from dark forces during big battles with using swords and magic. It contains colorful characters, as visually, as well as in development. Both based on "Tales" game series. 
reportRecommended by SomeoneLost

Opening Theme

"Kane wo Narashite (鐘を鳴らして)" by BONNIE PINK

Ending Theme

"Kane wo Narashite" by Bonnie Pink

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