When JRPG Dreams Come True

When JRPG Dreams Come True
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In 99% of instances, Twitter is a waking hellscape. But sometimes there is room for joy, even if it comes in the form of video game localisation announcements.

2008's Tales of Vesperia was released worldwide on the Xbox 360. One year later, it was also ported to the PS3, but that version – enhanced with more voice-acting and new characters – was only ever released in Japan.

So in September 2015, Baffan had a request for Bandai Namco:

It’s now June 2018, and look what got announced today:

Which brings this story to its happy conclusion:

Thank you, Baffan.


  • It’s coming to Switch too which is great. I always wanted to play this back in the day, was a huge fan of Symphonia and Phantasia and started Eternia on the PSP but burnt out. I actually followed a fan translation patch of the PS3 version that was eventually completed and required a modded PS3 to use but I never got around to doing it, so this is incredibly good news for me.

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