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Submitted by Lucario 223d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Collector’s Edition Review

DHGF: One of the most successful entries of the Tales series is back in the form of Tales of Symphonia Chronicles. It bundles the original game with its sequel, and comes packed with updated visuals, trophy support, and dual audio. There’s also some additional content exclusive to this version in the form of new costumes if you have other Tales saves on your hard drive. The $39.99 price point is worth it for the first game alone, though if you absolutely refuse to pay for the sequel, both titles can be purchased separately on the PSN. Either way, fans are in for a real treat, as this is the ideal version to own of these games and the perfect excuse to slide into the boots of Lloyd Irving once again (PS3, Tales of Symphonia Chronicles) -

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