Tales Of Berseria Cheats on Playstation 4 (PS4)

Last Updated: January 25, 2018
Tales Of Berseria
  • First Released: Aug 17, 2016
  • Genres: Role-playing (RPG)
  • Platforms: PlayStation 3,PC,PlayStation 4
  • Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Ratings: PEGI 16, ESRB T

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References to Other Tales Games

Easter Eggs

Although Tales of Berseria is only set in the same universe as Tales of Zestiria, there are numerous references to other games in the Tales series. (Note: most references to Zestiria are not included here, since they are directly connected.)

  • Eizen’s coin depicts the Goddess Martel on one side and the Demon King Dhaos on the other. This is a reference to the universe of Tales of Phantasia and Tales of Symphonia, where Martel and Dhaos are important characters.
  • Armatized Artorius strongly resembles Lord Yggdrasil from Tales of Symphonia.
  • In one skit, they mention an ancient battle called the Battle of Yggdrasil, another reference to either Lord Yggdrasil or the tree Yggdrasil from Tales of Phantasia (it also could be a Norse mythology reference).
  • The name Kharlan is also mentioned, another important name from the Phantasia/Symphonia universe.
  • The Fujibayashi Rod is a reference to Suzu Fujibayashi from Phantasia and Sheena Fujibayashi from Symphonia.
  • When Eleanor talks about Tenny (a reference to Tenebrae from Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World), she quotes him as saying “Paporo popporo pippity poppity pooh” (referencing Dawn of the New World) again and “Colette collates collections” (referencing Colette from Tales of Symphonia).
  • A character named Aifread appears in several of the Tales games.
  • A ship called the Van Eltia previously appeared in Tales of Eternia.
  • The Chamballoon mini-game first appeared in Tales of Eternia.
  • At one point, Laphicet mentions “LoniKyle” and “MuzetMilla,” a reference to Loni and Kyle from Tales of Destiny 2 and Muzet and Milla from Tales of Xillia.
  • Long Dau Dust is a reference to the Long Dau tribe from Tales of Xillia.
  • Several weapons dealers and other shopkeepers have names in common with past Tales characters, including Wilder (Zelos Wilder from Symphonia), Sandor (Moses Sandor from Legendia), and Gaius (King Gaius from Xillia), among many others.

Every island you can send the ship to for expeditions references a previous Tales game, as does the primary treasure you find there:

  • Leymon Sea – Tales of the Tempest
  • Diomell Island – Narikiri Dungeon
  • Exsphere Sea – Tales of Symphonia
  • Asras Sea – Tales of Innocence
  • Kannono Island – Radiant Mythology
  • Normin Island – Tales of Zestiria
  • Soma Volcano – Tales of Hearts
  • Barbatos Archipelago – Tales of Destiny 2
  • Force Islands – Tales of Rebirth
  • Armacian Subcontinent – Tales of Graces
  • Crystaliron Sea – Tales of Legendia
  • Centurio Isles – Dawn of the New World
  • Teepo Island – Tales of Xillia
  • Kresnik Islands – Tales of Xillia 2
  • Krytian Archipelago – Tales of Vesperia
  • Cheagle Island – Tales of the Abyss
  • Noct and Dia Islands – Reve Unitia
  • Albane – Tales of Phantsia
  • Swordian Peninsula – Tales of Destiny
  • Quickie Peninsula – Tales of Eternia

Unlock All Difficulties


Two additional difficulty levels can be unlocked by defeating powerful enemies.

  • Intense (Evil) – Defeat Echidna at Galles Lake Road.
  • Chaos – Defeat the Spectral Crystal in the Galiburk Ice Field.

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