Keillan from postitgamer.com takes a look at the last entry into the Tales series, Tales of Xillia and explains why it should be on the radar for fans of the JRPG genre.
Geez namco are really taking their time bringing this over. Xillia 2 was released in japan last december.
you can't blame them entirely for being slow. It must've been hard and long thinking for them to even "consider" releasing this game outside of Japan. And why is that? Well, not enough people buy their jrpgs. We are overloaded with shooters at the moment that people don't even have time to look up what a jrpg is.
sad thruth.. Xillia will be my third Tales Game i became a fan with Tales of Graces F, cant wait day 1
Right -.- time plays a factor get it out when a nice buzz is going for it -.- that buzz though has kind of passed lol they should have had it ready along with the announcement it would be coming
Be patient mate. If Xillia got a decent sale than you can hope for Xillia 2. But if not, than say buh-bye for it. That's the rule. Remember it and spread the release date of Xillia to your friend who likes JRPG.
jrpgs always on the playstation platforms. dont get an xbox if u want the most jrpgs. get a ps4
I can't get excited for Xillia anymore when they've already announced the 2nd one. If anything they should've put the 1st & 2nd one on one disc when they decided to bring it over to the West. Tales series is pretty much dead now anyway. Vesperia was one of the worst and Graces was only slightly better so I don't have high hopes for Xillia.
Lolwut Xillia 2 only released in Asia at the end of last year, they wouldn't be able to bring it across so soon to the West. Also care to back up your claim that Vesperia was one of the worst Tales games? It's a fabulous game.
Vesperia one of the worst Tales and Graces was only slightly better? Lol, i knew that people with that emo crap Dante avatar are never play Tales series. They only pretending they've played / like it.
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