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Tales of Eternia (テイルズ オブ エターニア, Teiruzu obu Etānia?) is a Japanese PlayStation action role-playing video game released by Namco in 2000, and later ported to PlayStation Portable in 2005. Tales of Eternia's characteristic genre name is Eternity and Bonds' RPG (永遠と絆のRPG, Eien to kizuna no RPG?). Eternia is a 2D anime-style RPG with an original real-time battle system taken from its predecessors, Tales of Phantasia and Tales of Destiny. It is the third mothership title of the Tales RPG series; the Linear Motion Battle System, as well as various other aspects from previous Tales titles, still feature prominently.

Its North American release was titled Tales of Destiny II to avoid trademark infringement on the name Eternia, owned by Mattel in North America for the Masters of the Universe toyline. The naming choice later caused some confusion after the release of the PlayStation 2 game known as Tales of Destiny 2, a genuine sequel to Tales of Destiny taking place in the same fictional world. Tales of Eternia is not directly related to Tales of Destiny, except for a few brief character cameos that are typical of all Tales series games after Tales of Phantasia.

Both the North American and Japanese releases of the game feature an anime introductory video; the Japanese version has an accompanying song called flying by GARNET CROW. The game inspired Tales of Eternia, a 13 episode anime series co-produced by Production I.G, which is loosely based on the game. The series focuses on the four main characters while introducing a few new faces in a subplot unrelated to the game's actual plot. All 13 episodes of the series were animated in early 2001.

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