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Submitted by Gekko 618d ago | preview

For Every Step Tales of Xillia 2 Takes Forward, It Takes Another Back | Kotaku

Back in June, Bandai-Namco announced that Tales of Xillia, the first Tales game designed specifically for the PS3, would be heading to America, Europe, and Australia in 2013. But while Western fans can do nothing but wait anxiously, Japanese fans have had time to play not only the original game but also its sequel. Tales of Xillia 2 was released in Japan a month-and-a-half ago and is in many ways an improvement over the original. But sadly, it seems for every step it takes forward, it always takes one back. (PS3, Tales of Xillia 2)

Tetsujin  +   618d ago
No hits from me Kotaku, and once again your wining as usual.
ScubbaSteve  +   618d ago
Silly Kotaku, video games don't have feet.
Mathew9R   618d ago | Spam

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