The Up All Night Stream Plays Tales of Zestiria [Finished]

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With nearly 400,000 copies sold since its launch late last month, there is no question that Tales of Zestiria is a hit in Japan right now. So join me and let's see what all the fuss is about.

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Update: Welp, the stream is done for the night. You can watch all three plus hours of it below.

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Tales of Zestiria was released in Japan on January 22, 2015. It is scheduled for a Western release sometime later this year.

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After playing Tales of Symphonia, Vesperia, Xillia and Xillia 2 in Japanese I think I am finally willing to play a Tales game in English instead. Like, I really enjoy the Japanese in cutscenes and skits but I am super bad at skimming the text so sidequests and random npc dialogues take more time than I like. Being a bit more time constrained now than in the past any time saved is worth it. I guess what I lust for is the Lightning Returns solution of having the Japanese voices as DLC to get the best of both worlds.