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Submitted by Magnagamer222 735d ago | interview

Namco Bandai Previews Tales of Xillia For PlayStation 3

Sr. PR Specialist Nick O'Leary details Tales of Xillia celebrating 15 years. Tales of Xillia offers a female protagonist one of the first games to offer this in an RPG. It's Manga art style, team combo special attacks and cinematic battle sequences distinguish Xillia from other RPGs. (Namco Bandai, PS3)

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LoneWolf019  +   735d ago
OMG this guy and Uh uh uh uh uh uh =-= just uh... give me a release date! uhhhhhh
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GribbleGrunger  +   735d ago
Probably his first interview. Given time he'll be slick and on point like a pro
LordMe  +   735d ago
Doing an interview is nerve racking... for both sides.

I remember doing my first interview with Mark Hill (Rusty Hearts Producer) and I was more nervous then he was!
LoneWolf019  +   735d ago
Yeah he does seem very green. I may cut him some slack then but still! Theres a minimum of uhms you should use even if your new >.<
VileAndVicious  +   735d ago
I want this...
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