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Submitted by Valay 973d ago | trailer

New Tokitowa trailer

Namco Bandai released a new trailer for the PS3 RPG Tokitowa. (PS3, Tokitowa)

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DA_SHREDDER  +   973d ago
What happened to you Namco?
chrispen9  +   973d ago
They changed to Namco Bandai and they're better for it! They're bringing Ni No Kuni to the West and released one of the best JRPG's of this generation, Tales of Graces f. Plus, they're listening to the fans and are bringing out Tales of Xillia next year! Also...they're not supporting on disc DLC (Tekken)....that's a plus...
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Spenok  +   973d ago
Well said. Lets hope they keep up this trend and bring this game over. It looks absolutely fantastic.
belac09  +   973d ago
namco is the best publisher/developer out there these days.
Xandet  +   973d ago
Yeah, right there next to Atlus.

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