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.
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.
Back in June, Bandai-Namco announced that Tales of Xillia, the first Tales game designed specifically for the PS3, would be heading to America, Europe, and Australia in 2013. But while Western fans can do nothing but wait anxiously, Japanese fans have had time to play not only the original game but also its sequel. …
While the first game in the series has yet to leave Japanese shores, Tales of Xillia 2 was recently released in Japan. Using the same engine as the first game, Xillia 2 mixes an anime-style RPG with the fast and furious battles the series is famous for.
You know how hard it is to cover something in stickers? Like how to get the stickers just right, so they are totally smooth, straight, and free of air pockets? This is like that, but bigger. And on a city bus.
Today at the Tokyo Game Show, Kotaku spent some time with the newest game in the Tales series, Tales of Xillia 2. It looks, plays, and feels like the first Tales of Xillia—and this is in no way a bad thing.
This fall, Tales of Xillia 2 will be released in Japan. Familiar faces will return, but the game takes a year after the first Xillia. Thus, some characters have aged—notably, Jude Mathis. A year is a long time when you are a teen, especially a teen in a JRPG.
According to leaks from Japanese magazine Weekly Jump, role-playing game Tales of Xillia 2 will be out November 1 in Japan. [ゲーム情報！ゲームのはなし]
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.
If you are keen to snag upcoming role-playing game Tales of Xillia 2, know that Sony is also releasing a Tales of Xillia 2 controller—a controller that is a "best match" for a special PS3. From 2011.