Xillia 2 sports a few changes over the original in terms of gameplay, including a new limit break-style transformation and the ability to change weapons—from swords to hammer to guns—on-the-fly, mid-battle.
All main plot conversations and skits are voiced and many dual-path dialogue trees populate the game's conversations. The game also features numerous anime cutscenes by Ufotable.
To see what the game looks like in action—including the constant calls regarding your mob-debt, check out the video above.
Tales of Xillia 2 was released in Japan on November 1, 2012, for the PlayStation 3. There is currently no word on an international release, but the first game Tales of Xillia is scheduled for a Western release sometime in 2013. Stay tuned to Kotaku East for the import preview later this week.