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Submitted by Rowland 2426d ago | rumor

Rumour: First 'Tales of...' Wii Image?

Has a leaked image of the next entry been revealed? The ever growing "Tales of..." series, which made an appearance on the GameCube, with Tales of Symphonia(possibly the best RPG on the system), and the Wii with the spin off, Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, has now been re-confirmed by Nintendo at it's conference earlier today that the next mothership "Tales of..." game will be heading to the Wii.

Good news for RPG fans, especially due to a lack of the games from the genre so far. But now, an image has been floating around the internet of a possible leaked image of the next "Tales of..." title. (Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, Wii)

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TheColbertinator  +   2426d ago
It would not surprise me.With Nintendo ready to take the thunder of 2009,these rumored games along with a possible Zelda or Starfox game,I think Nintendo can finish up this console war by 2010 with Mario.Fantastic job from Nintendo this week.

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