Tales Of Vesperia's Figure Is Not A Brooding, Menacing Monster

Tales of Vesperia, one of the best Japanese role-playing games of this hardware generation, now has one of the prettiest action figures of this hardware generation as well. And yes, I said pretty.

It's not like he's ruggedly handsome. Or even regular handsome. So pretty it is.

He's Imperial Knight Flynn Scifo, one of the game's good guys, who will be available from importers (it's a Japanese figure) next March and will set you back around USD$70.

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Developed by Namco's Tales Studio, Tales of Vesperia was released as an Xbox 360 "exclusive" in 2008 before a PS3 version was eventually released a year later.

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Alex_Mexico
Alex_Mexico

I seriously chuckled when I saw Namco reporting losses during last period's earnings.

Keep releasing buggy games, only in Japan, AND on consoles that dont work well with an RPG (Tales of Graces for Wii). And keep ToV exclusive to the 360 everywhere outside Japan, among other things.