64 hours. 23 hours. 42 hours. 28 hours. Somewhere on a grassy plain trying to figure out if I should spend my days hunting down one of many pending side quests. Somewhere deep in the ocean chasing mermaids. Somewhere making preparations for my next strategic battle. These are all the places I’m willing to leave…
A favorite otaku (geek) hobby in Japan is taking photos of toys. The pictures can make oh-so-cute miniature figurines look lifelike. But this trend isn't only a Japanese thing. It's also a Formula One racer thing—at least for one man.
Namco Bandai is bringing PS2 role-playing game Tales of the Abyss to the 3DS next year. In other Tales news, PS3 game Tales of Graces F, the enhanced port of Wii title Tales of Graces is getting a Western launch next year. It was released in Japan in late 2010. [Eurogamer]
Another Tales game will come to the West, publisher Namco Bandai has announced. Tales of Graces F, the enhanced PlayStation 3 port of a 2009 Wii game, is "coming soon to North America." Enjoy this victory, long-suffering Tales fans!
Tales of Graces, the buggy Wii game, is getting a PS3 port and its own curry. When originally released on the Wii, the game also got its own curry. When people think of curry, do they imagine Tales of Graces? They do now.
Wii title Tales of Graces was so buggy that the game had to be recalled. A ported (and no doubt refined and hopefully bug-free version) is coming to the PS3.
Namco Bandai's "Tales" franchise is quite popular in Japan. It's so popular that Tales of Vesperia caused the Xbox 360 to sell out in Japan — quite a feat considering the sluggish sales in the region.
Namco Bandai has recalled Wii title Tales of Graces for being too buggy.
In this blurry YouTube vid, you can clearly see Graces' lead character Asbel sporting a Yuri Lowell outfit. Far cuter is the Rita Mordio getup that goes to Sheria, but sadly you can hardly see it. Oh, and Patty the pirate gets a little DLC love too.
With exclusive Tales of Graces, Namco's Tales franchise is coming to the Wii. The game is the 12th in the role-playing series.
Somebody likes to wear white, Stan loses to Cless and Japan's deep-seated obsession with pirates somehow ties into space and kabobs.
Namco Bandai announced the latest home console entry in its Tales of series.
The latest weekly issue of Japan's Jump Magazine contains a veritable flood of Tales of news from Namco Bandai, announcing Tales of VS, Tales of Graces, and Tales of Vesperia for the PlayStation 3.
You keep buyin' 'em, Namco Bandai's Tales Studio is gonna keep makin' 'em. The Tales Of series of role-playing games, that is. The publisher of said series has registered trademarks for two new entries.