Tales of Xillia 2 comes out on Tuesday, and if you're like me and never quite got around to beating the first game, here's a solid refresher video to catch you up on the story.
Here's your first English trailer for Tales of Xillia 2, the Xillia sequel that's coming to North America and Europe next year for PS3.
Tales of Xillia is pretty awesome. You should totally play it.
The latest North American entry in Namco Bandai's beloved Tales series of role-playing games has arrived for the PlayStation 3, and the urge to dive right in is strong, but it's dangerous to go it alone — take these tips.
Just a month before the western release of the PS3 role-playing game Tales of Xillia comes news that we're getting its sequel, too: publisher Namco Bandai today announced that Tales of Xillia 2 will come to the west in 2014.
"The spirits... are dying." Check out this new US trailer for Tales of Xillia, which comes out for PS3 on August 6. (August 9 in Europe.) Looks good!
I like to compare the longrunning Tales action-RPG series to fast food: they're not particularly nutritious and you always know what you're gonna get, but when you've got the craving, they can't be beat. Hideo Baba, on the other hand, says they're more like gumdrops.
In 2011, there were rumblings that the Tales Studio, responsible for the Tales of series, was in trouble. Their numbers were looking rather grim, and then came the news that Namco Bandai would be absorbing the Tales Team into their company. Fans worried that this would be the end of the JRPG series maker.
Here are some new official screenshots for upcoming Japanese role-playing game Tales of Xillia 2, which will be released for PS3 in Japan later this year.
Widely expected, Tales of Xillia 2 was indeed confirmed as the name of the series' next sequel at the Tales of Festival in Japan today. The word comes from producer Hideo Baba himself.
Milla Maxwell from Namco Bandai role-playing game Tales of Xillia gets immortalized in plastic with this collectible figurine. Lucky her!
The Japanese role-playing game Tales of Xillia could be jetting across the ocean at some point in the near future.
Back in the day we'd spend countless hours unlocking every hidden character, special costume, or magical weapon in our video games. Today we simply buy them outright. Commenter Superlocke laments this unfortunate evolution in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.