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Preview: Treading familiar ground with Tales of Xillia | Destructoid

Destructoid: "Tales of Xillia came out in Japan in fall of 2011. Its sequel came out in November of last year. So we’re a little behind the curve, us folks stationed in other parts of the world. Still, there were some who didn’t even expect Xillia to leave Japan, yet last week I played an English build of what is the thirteenth iteration of the venerable Tales series." (PS3, Tales of Xillia)

Snookies12  +   556d ago
I've become a big Tales fan after just recently trying the series for the first time with Graces f. Going back and playing Abyss now, and can't wait to pick up Xillia day one. There's something special about these games. They may not be the best looking in terms of animation (character movements and whatnot) but they're certainly not lacking in having REALLY likable characters and amazing interactions between them. That alone just makes me want to spend as much time as I possibly can in their world. :]

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