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Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2
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Information
Game Systems Game Boy Advance
Developers Telenet Japan ("Wolf Team")
Alfa System
Publishers Namco
Character Designers Mutsumi Inomata
Kousuke Fujishima
Daigo Okumura
•Tokuyuki Matsutake
Composers Motoi Sakuraba
Shinji Tamura
•Takuya Yasuda
Japanese Releases October 25, 2002
Ratings unrated

Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2 (テイルズ オブ ザ ワールド なりきりダンジョン2 Teiruzu obu za Waarudo Narikiri Danjon 2?) is a spin-off from the Tales role-playing game series made by Namco. The game was released exclusively in Japan for the Game Boy Advance on October, 2002. The game's characteristic genre name is "Cosplay RPG" (コスプレRPG Kosupure RPG?). While it succeeds Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon, this was the first game in the Tales of the World series, which is known for featuring characters from various main Tales games.

Characters

Julio (tvtropes) 1 Caro (tvtropes) 1 Thanatos (tvtropes) 1
Julio
Sven
Caro
Orange
Thanatos


  • Julio Sven (フリオ=スヴェーン Furio Suveen?) - Julio is an apprentice blacksmith who is quick to jump into action, despite the fact that it always winds up getting him into trouble. He has a rather short attention span and is constantly getting on Caro's nerves, especially when he shows his obliviousness to her love for him.
  • Caro Orange (キャロ=オランジェ Kyaro Oranje?) - Caro is interested in the tales told to her by the village elder, Lyle. She always tries to be the adult in the group and usually ends up dragging Julio out of trouble. Caro is always being irritated by the way he and the village children are always doing something to stir up trouble.
  • Thanatos (サナトス Sanatosu?) - Thanatos is an enigma wrapped in mystery. He is able to possess the heroes through the use of the black crystals. He speaks of cleansing this world of the "human filth who have betrayed my mama and me". Sadly, he refuses to rationalize with anybody. Thanatos also seems to wish for Ada and Stella, the two Goddesses of their world, to perish as well.
  • Ada - Ada is eldest goddess who represents the future. She is kind, gentle, and logical, watching over the Great Tree. Ada is the one who summons the heroes from the other worlds to assist Julio and Caro.
  • Ciel - Ciel is the goddess of the present, seen as selfless, wise, and brave. A millenia ago, she went missing, believed to have sacrificed herself in order to destroy the mysterious Dragon God. She has never been seen since, but it is shown that she is missed by her sisters in the start of the game.
  • Stella - Stella is the goddess of the past, being the youngest of the trio. Curious, vigilant, and idealistic, she is particularly interested in the human race.

Version History

Game Title System Catalog Number Release Date Region
Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2
テイルズ オブ ザ ワールド なりきりダンジョン2
Game Boy Advance AGB-P-AN9J October 25, 2002 Japan

Trivia

TotW-ND2 GBA (NTSC-J) game cover

The cover for the game.

  • Excluding the Tales of Mobile games, Narikiri Dungeon 2 is one of only two games in the entire series that have never received an age rating from Japan or any other region. All other games have received ports or re-distributions that have been rated under CERO, ESRB, and other age rating systems. The only other game that remains unrated is Tales of Fandom Vol.1.

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