Today Namco Bandai released a large batch of screenshots of Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (Unisonant Pack in Japan) focusing on Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, that will be part of the compilation/remake.
I didn't even know they were doing a remake.
Thanks for the share. Can't wait for this Tales compilation and Tales of Xillia 2 next year.
This and Xillia 2 will be mine, MINE!!! >:D
I would get but I dont feel paying for games I just beaten.
You'd also need a PS3. Xillia was amazing. Still is, really. Going through some post-game stuff before starting a New Game+ for Jude's story(started one already, but gonna scrap that run). If these games follow in Xillia's footsteps(with the exception of Xillia 2, I don't EXPLICITLY expect it, since they're older than Xillia), then my love of Tales games will be maintained.
uh I have PS3 I have Tales of the Abyss 3DS Symphonia GC and DotNW. Getting Vesperia for 360, Graces f and Xillia. I own Wii U, 3DS, 360 and PS3
Can't wait as I just started playing Tales games with Graces F so I haven't played Symphonia yet. Just finished Judes story in Xillia last night and am really becoming a huge fan of these games.
XIllia is my favorite yet. Granted, I haven't played one prior to Legendia(and don't have Vesperia yet), but the game is simply awesome on all fronts. Milla is my second favorite character behind Chloe, and the battle system is my favorite ever in a JRPG.
I enjoyed the story of Xillia, except the ending, but imo Graces was a way better game. Xillia rehashes way to many areas, for instance all the ports are exactly the same, and the towns are all real small. The outdoor levels are usually only 3 areas and all look the same except a different shade of green. There is no crafting in the game and using mats to upgrade shops was kind of boring. That said the story was stronger except the damn ending, wtf was that? I heard Xillia 2 addresses a lot of my complaints though so excited for it.
@RiPPn I think the outdoor areas were designed to be that way. So gamers would play Xillia twice without feeling the grind of getting pass huge dungeons or maps.
What tiffa says makes sense, since you really need to play the game twice to get all the story. Goes triple(or quadruple) since you'd run through many of the maps twice more by way of Magnus Zero. I liked the upgrading of the different vendors. Kinda made you wanna grind, rather than having it just be something you do, as it's necessary, and it makes you wanna see what items and discounts will be next. As for the ending, I won't speak on it until I've beaten both sides. There's plenty that doesn't get told on one side or the other during a single playthrough, so maybe there'll be something new for the ending, too.
Good call, I plan on doing Millas story this weekend so that could definitely change my perspective on the ending. I just know after finishing Judes playthrough it felt.. empty. Even with my complaints above though still really enjoyed the game and looking forward to the Milla playthrough.
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