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Submitted by a745 349d ago | news

Tales of Hearts R Now Available For The iOS in Japan Starting Today

AbyssalChronicles: "Well, this is certainly a surprise. Tales of Hearts R, which was originally for the PlayStation Vita, has just been released at the Japanese iTunes App Store for the iOS... Just today. Without any prior announcement whatsoever." (iPad, iPhone, Tales of Hearts R)

Minato-Namikaze  +   349d ago
Horrible, I wanted this for my vita.
vishmarx  +   349d ago
dufuq.we dont even get a vita version and japan gets it on their phones?
btw,is iphone really THAT popular in japan?
Chrono  +   349d ago
It prints money.
DEATHxTHExKIDx  +   349d ago
It must be since Namco Bandai and Square enix are putting more games on mobiles.
3-4-5  +   349d ago
This will sell 10,000 on ios.

Would have sold 100,000+ EACH on the Vita & 3DS
RiPPn  +   349d ago
Can't even imagine playing a Tales game with touch screen controls.

Localize this game for English speaking Vita owners please Namco Bandai.
tiffac008  +   349d ago
And still no localization? Come on Bamco.

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