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Posted by cocowawa

me like

Edited by vikingdeath1

I was literally Just looking up videos of this, I've only played one Tales game before and this looks like it'll grab me more than Tales of Vesperia did.

Posted by metalsnakezero

Wish I can get it now but need to save up.

Edited by Helios1337

I pre-purchased this on amazon months ago when it was accidentally listed for $49 instead of $59, suckers. Now it's just a matter of waiting until they decide to ship it out.

Edited by Epidehl

I'll probably get this at some point but I'm still not sure. I loved Symphonia, Legendia, and Abyss, but Graces and Vesperia did almost nothing for me.

Posted by Veektarius

I said to myself, I'll consider buying this if there isn't a character who looks like a naive princess. As of around the twenty second mark, I was out.

Posted by kerse

Finally, been waiting for forever for this to come out here.

Posted by Dagbiker

I will probably buy this game because im a sucker for RPG's and Adventure games, but I hope the American versions get better voice acting then the other Tails games.

I dont mind the awkward sexiness in the scenes, its part of why i play jrpgs, because of the funny way sex is portrayed, as opposed to the intense way western games portray it.

Posted by MeatSim

I liked the combat in Symphonia, but that's about it.

Posted by Senate4242

The Fedex dude needs to deliver this already.

Posted by MarkWahlberg

Yup, that looks like a video game.

Posted by Wheady

waiting for my copy to be delivered. looks like its gonna be an awesome game.

Edited by DanTheGamer32

okay I know this may be a dumb question but... If I import this game from the states will it work on my UK PS3 Slim? I can't remember if the PS3 is region free or not...

Edited by spilledmilkfactory

I'm not big into anime or JRPGs but I've been hearing lots of good things about Xillia... for like two years now. The fact that there are no random encounters and fights are all real-time already puts it above heaps of other games in the genre in my book

Edit: But I guess that describes all Tales games. Still, I'm somehow more intrigued by this one than I was by Vesperia or Graces f

Posted by Bocam

okay I know this may be a dumb question but... If I import this game from the states will it work on my UK PS3 Slim? I can't remember if the PS3 is region free or not...

It's already out in the UK

Posted by CarltonBanks

I've always been a fan of the combat in the Tales games. Run-of-the-mill JRPG storylines, sure, but they change up the combat system just enough in each iteration to keep me interested. 4-player co-op is a blast, also.

I preordered this a while ago on Amazon and completely forgot about its release until I received a shipment notification yesterday. Looks like my roommate and I will have something to do for the next several evenings.

Posted by DonChipotle

The Tales games always leave me angry and depressed over just how dumb and cliche every single game and character is. And yet I still buy them and play them. I have a problem.

Edited by carlfoster91

@epidehl: Same. SO hard. Especially Symphonia and Abyss. Loved them so much and yet after that, they just lost their charm and seemed to be trying so hard to be interesting and just never were again. Here’s hoping.

Edited by DanTheGamer32

@bocam: it is? I didnt even realise!

Edited by TheManWithNoPlan

I think I might pick this up. I loved Tales of Vesperia, so hopefully I'll like this. Now I just have to find the time to play it.

Edited by dagas

I love Tales of Graces f so this should be good I hope.

Posted by Marmalade

Have no interest in this series, but I do love me some sweet sweet Liam O'Brien narration.

Posted by Eribuster

The Tales games always leave me angry and depressed over just how dumb and cliche every single game and character is. And yet I still buy them and play them. I have a problem.

Honestly, that is the series' charm for me. It's a low-bar, but I love how the Tales of games I've played (Symphonia, Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology, Vesperia) has every fantasy-anime-bullshit trope and cliche crammed in to them. There is a "comfort food" quality to it. Arguably, a "junk food" quality.

I have a big back log so sadly I couldn't justify getting Xillia on its release date. I hope to get it soon as it looks nice.

Posted by Jack_Lafayette

If you're making a trailer with just 30 seconds of cutscenes, you may as well throw some gameplay in there too. You know, for people who like that sort of thing.

Posted by The_Vein

That shit looks pretty Japanese to me.

Posted by Extortion

It's good to know that the Tales games are picking up the slack for good, traditional JRPG's now that Square has bastardized the Final Fantasy franchise...

Posted by DazzHardy
Posted by Bombzinski

I'll wait for Tales of Uillillia, myself.

Posted by Elwoodan

I'm really digging the style of the animated cut-scenes.

Edited by Shaanyboi

I'll pick this up if people feel it's better than Vesperia. Not saying that dismissively, but that's the new bar of quality the series needs to reach.

Posted by DS23

This doesn't look cliched at all! I may have at this whenever I get around to picking up a PS3.

Edited by Rand

Just got a email that my copy is on the way:D it is out the 9th in europe, guess my weekend is set

Posted by Superkenon

Have no interest in this series, but I do love me some sweet sweet Liam O'Brien narration.

One of us must be crazy, because I thought that was Michael McConnohie.

Edited by RavenX302

Fucking loved Vesperia. Bored as fuck by Graces f. Kind of on the fence. Maybe wait till I am aching for a JRPG. Characters make these games last and I'm not sure if this one attracts me.

Edited by WirelessPillow

@epidehl: Interesting, I loved Symphonia, found Abyss really boring and then really enjoyed both Vesperia and Graces F despite their linearity.

@danthegamer32: PS3 newer gen's are region free, the early ones are not. (and in that regard early ps3 games are region locked but new ones are not.)

Posted by SatelliteOfLove

If you're buying Tales games expecting you'll get good story and character development, like that video shows, you're doing it wrong.

If you go in expecting awesome flashy 'n functional combat and character building like THIS video shows, you're doing it right!

Posted by Efesell

The games are often full of problems, but I'm still way into Tales.

Posted by NowSayPillow

Hmmmmm. Another game I'll need to look into.

Posted by shinjin977

Go out and get this my western brothers. It was great 2 years ago, I am pretty sure it is still great now.

Posted by DanTheGamer32
Edited by Elwoodan

Symphonia was the last one I played, but it's also the only JRPG I have beaten multiple times, so I might have to look into this.

Posted by Random45

Tales of Graces, while an interesting game, was very underwhelming. This looks better going by this trailer, but given how Graces was, I'll definitely be waiting for this to go down in value before I consider buying it.

Posted by AxleBro

guys, this game is actually really fun, as long as you don't get mad at some slight anime cliches this game is great. me and 2 friends have been playing through this doing co op in the fights, and making fun of the stupid purple mascot thing. It's an excellent game so far and i literally thought i would hate it!

Posted by Aegon

Go out and get this my western brothers. It was great 2 years ago, I am pretty sure it is still great now.

A Japanese man with a Futurama avatar...is that show at all popular over there?

Posted by shinjin977

@aegon said:

@shinjin977 said:

Go out and get this my western brothers. It was great 2 years ago, I am pretty sure it is still great now.

A Japanese man with a Futurama avatar...is that show at all popular over there?

I wouldn't say futurama is popular but I live in the us for 4 years in college so, I was familiarize with it.

Posted by CitizenCoffeeCake

I will be purchasing this video game.

Posted by geirr

If I could get my ps3 to work, maybe. Last of Us seems to have put the final nail in its old hardware.

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