Publisher Bandai Namco released Tales of Symphonia on PC yesterday, which would be good news if it weren’t such a disaster.
Last month, the Tales of Symphonia Chronicles HD remaster was released on the PS3 in Japan, and it’s getting a Western release this coming February. And while we’ve all seen HD remasters before, there’s plenty to be excited about in Tales of Symphonia Chronicles.
Last week we took a look at how the PS3 remaster of Tales of Symphonia stacks up against the original GameCube version. But this is not the only game in the Tales of Symphonia Chronicles HD remaster collection. Its 2008 sequel, Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, has had an HD makeover as well.
It’s been a long time since the excellent JRPG Tales of Symphonia was released on the GameCube in 2003. Now, to celebrate its tenth anniversary, it (and its sequel) have been remastered in HD in Japan. But the question remains: Just how much better does it look on the PS3?
The North American Tales of Symphonia Chronicles $100 Collector's Edition for the PS3 is epic. If four Chibi Kyun Chara figures, a novel detailing what happened between Tales of Symphonia and Dawn of the New World, a multi-disc soundtrack and special collector's packaging isn't enough to get you to re-buy two games…
In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Tales of Symphonia is getting re-released on the PlayStation 3. Titled Tales of Symphonia Unisonant Pack, the game will include both Tales of Symphonia and its sequel, Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World.
Has one genre ever made you change your opinion of another? Commenter File2ish explains how Namco's Tales of Symphonia made him a fighting game fan in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
Commenter Brixish points out that with the enhanced graphical power of the Wii U console, we could very well be in for a flood of HD remakes of classic Game Cube and Wii titles. Tell us what you'd like to see made shinier in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.