Tales of Xillia 2 comes out on Tuesday, and if you're like me and never quite got around to beating the first game, here's a solid refresher video to catch you up on the story.
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In 2011, there were rumblings that the Tales Studio, responsible for the Tales of series, was in trouble. The numbers were looking rather grim, and then came the news that Namco Bandai would be absorbing the Tales Team into its company. Fans worried that this would be the end of the JRPG series maker.
Finally. Namco Bandai is bringing PS3 action-RPG Tales of Xillia to the West, the company said at a fan conference today.
In Japan, one company has embraced the DLC business model more than any other: Namco Bandai. To anyone who has ever thought a piece of DLC was a bit pricey would be screaming in rage if the Japanese prices for Namco Bandai DLC were to become the norm. Click through the gallery to see some of the most egregious offenders. (Prices in yen have been converted to US dollars.)
Milla Maxwell from Namco Bandai role-playing game Tales of Xillia gets immortalised in plastic with this collectible figurine. Lucky her!
The Japanese role-playing game Tales of Xillia could be jetting across the ocean at some point in the near future. Gaming site Siliconera reports that it has found a US trademark for the recent Tales game, which developer Namco Bandai released for PlayStation 3 last year in Japan.
To promote the latest Tales role-playing game Tales of Xillia, Namco is rolling out a Tales cafe, first in Tokyo and later in Tokushima.
On August 31, Ayumi Hamasaki is releasing a new EP called Five. Since Hamasaki is singing the theme for upcoming role-playing game Tales of Xillia, a limited edition version of her new mini-album will come with a redeemable download code.
Selling over 50 million albums in Japan, Ayumi Hamasaki is one of Asia's biggest popstars, posting a number one single every year since she debuted in 1998. Now she's bringing her music to one of Japan's biggest role-playing franchises.