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Follow Lloyd and the ‘Chosen’ Colette as they embark on the Journey of Regeneration, a quest to save the world.
The original role playing classic returns with remastered visuals, additional content and a dual audio track including the original Japanese voices and theme songs.
Tales of Symphonia is a JRPG of the Tales Of Series and was originally released for the Gamecube back in 2003. It has then been ported to the Playstation 2 (Japan only) in 2004, and this version has then been ported again on the PS3 as part of the Tales of Symphonia HD Chronicles pack. This HD collection contains the original Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World which was released exclusively for the Wii in 2008. This review however will only cover Tales of Symphonia HD.
Sword Art Online (SAO) is a Japanese anime that aired in Japan between July and December 2012. The story follows Kirito, a gamer who gets stuck along with 10.000 players in a Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (VRMMORPG). If you are into Japanese anime and haven’t watched SAO yet, you’re really missing out! An English-language version aired on Toonami during last July, and that is a great option for anime fans.
Tales of Xillia follows Jude Mathis, a clever medical student attending school in the capital city, and Milla Maxwell, a mysterious woman accompanied by four unseen beings. Players will be able to choose either Jude or Milla at the outset of their adventure through the world of Rieze Maxia, where humans and spirits live together in harmony.
Tales of Xillia is the latest Japanese-RPG from Namco Bandai Tales Of Studio and is also a milestone for being part of the 15th anniversary celebrations of the “Tales Of” franchise.
I played a lot Tales of Graces f last year, and loved it! When I started playing Xillia, I was wondering how (and if) this game could be even better than Tales of Graces was.
After having played through it, I can say that not only is Xillia way better than Tales of Graces was, but I would even say that this game ranks among the best JRPGs of this generation!
A few days ago, Hideo Baba, the producer for the “Tales of” series announced on the official PlayStation.Blog that the follow-up to the Japanese-RPG Tales of Xillia (which will be released August 6th in NA, and August 9th in …
Namco Bandai has announced a new release date for the home version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Previously slated for a ‘Holiday 2012’ debut, yesterday during the company’s ‘Global Gamers Day’ event held in Las Vegas Namco revealed a …
For the first time in series history the fifth installment to Namco’s Soul Calibur franchise moves the story forward significantly. Set seventeen years after the events of the fourth game, Soul Calibur V introduces long time fans of the series to a fresh new, younger cast of characters while keeping the right mix of familiar faces around. With this edition of Soul Calibur Project Soul ( the developers behind the series ) took several bold steps with the fighter as an attempt to attract new players but was it enough to keep the soul burning?
The fighting game genre is back, and this year, it’s bigger than ever. With many of the major fighters expected to make a comeback this year, fans of the genre will have a lot to choose from. And many sore fingers.
1: Soul Calibur V
Starting the year off with a bang is Namco Bandai’s Soul Calibur V.The weapon based fighter’s return to the spotlight after a near four year absence paves the way for a big year ahead. Soul Calibur V takes place seventeen years after the fourth installment and introduces a new cast of younger fighters, while playing host to returning favorites.
Keeping up with a tradition that began with Soul Calibur II, the fifth game in the series includes special guest character Ezio Auditore da Firenze from Ubisoft’s acclaimed Assassin’s Creed franchise. Tekken creator, Katsuhiro Harada, also gets in on the fun as a special non-playable character in the game’s Quick Match mode. Namco is promising a better online experience with Soul Calibur V, with an improved netcode to prevent nasty lag issues.
Soul Calibur V is due out in North America on January 31st followed by a February 2nd and 3rd release in Japan and Europe, respectively.