Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Easter Eggs on Nintendo Switch

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Costume references Easter Eggs

The DLC costumes include a set of costumes based on characters from other Bandai Namco games:

  • Yuri – Mitsurugi from Soulcalibur
  • Flynn – Chopin from Eternal Sonata
  • Judith – KOS-MOS from Xenosaga
  • Rita – Haruka from The [email protected]
  • Estelle – Valkyrie from The Legend of Valkyrie
  • Karol – Klonoa from Klonoa
  • Repede – Baseball-kun from Famista
  • Raven – Heihachi from Tekken
  • Patty – Mr. Driller from Mr. Driller

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Soulcalibur reference Easter Eggs

Rita’s Sword Whip weapon might be a reference to Ivy’s Sword Whip from Soulcalibur 4.

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Tales of Phantasia reference Easter Eggs

The Mint’s Cap attachment for Estelle is a reference to Mint from Tales of Phantasia.

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Tales of the Abyss references Easter Eggs

When you enter Nordopolica, check the back of the sign there. It lists the main characters from Tales of the Abyss and details about them.

One of the lockers at Nam Cobanda Isle also includes a note that was sent between Asch and Natalia.

The Gentlemieu and Gentlereplica enemies are also references to Abyss.

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Tales of Symphonia reference Easter Eggs

On the second floor of the inn at Halure, there is a poster advertising a contest to “draw the best Lloyd.” It requests that anyone who is interested should send their entries to “Real Lloyd.” This is a reference to Tales of Symphonia, in which Wanted posters appear for Lloyd with poorly-drawn art that is joked about several times.

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Tales of the Abyss skit in files Easter Eggs

There is a Tales of the Abyss skit located within the Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition files. It does not appear in the game itself. Whether it was intended to be a cameo Easter egg or was left over from testing skits in the original game is unknown.

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Nam Cobanda Isle Easter Eggs

Nam Cobanda Isle is an optional, hidden area unlocked late in the game. Its name is a reference to Namco Bandai, and it is filled with references to other Tales games.

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