Siliconera: After filing Tales of Xillia in Europe on March 20, Namco Bandai registered the title in the U.S. a day later.
cool, I still need to get tales of graces F.
In a dream world we would get a director cut internationnal edition .. However ..
Bamco, make it so and take my cold hard earned cash! You may also bring Tales of Innocence: R, we need more "Tales of" game over here. :)
Lol Tiffac. How i love your trademark statement, "take my cold hard earned cash!" I wholeheartedly agree :D
im not sure why they havnt been bringing them over the entire time...
Westernization movement. Tales is too japanese.
I surely hope this game comes out over here. Tales of Graces F is just awesome and tales of innocence R would be nice too!
If they do not release these types of games stateside, they are only helping the extinction of JRPGs in the west. The kids these days need JRPGS and the like, and not the war-games like CoD games that their parents allow them to play (I cringe at the thought). When I was a kid, I always found JRPGs as a primer towards knowing your self worth, knowing worth of friendship, and taking care/protecting the world. With the saturation of FPS and post-apocalyptic war-games, I can't help but think that young adult gamers of today in 20 year's time will think war is okay, and guns are the only tools to solve problems. I would rather save the world, learn friendship, love, and all kinds of positivity, rather than head-shot everyone that moves (Yes, everyone, since you can Team Kill people online). I just wish we could revive the JRPG scene to the way they were before.
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