Yorokobe, Tales of fan waiting for Tales of Arise. You might see the tears of time and get to rise from your gungrave sooner than expected.
The Tales Of series of RPGs turns 25 this year, and Bandai Namco has plans to celebrate.
Tales of Arise producer, Yusuke Tomizawa, announced today that the JRPG would no longer be releasing in 2020.
Tales of Festival 2020 stream will definitely be a fun watch though as it'll feature the seiyuu of Lloyd and Zelos, Katsuyuki Konishi and Masaya Onosaka.
Taipei Game Show 2020 trailers for upcoming games such as Elden Ring and Tales or Arise will be reruns of past trailers.
Tales of Arise probably won't launch till at least mid-2020 seeing they're around half-done with the recording.
Despite certain similarities, Tales of Arise is a brand new, original story with no links to previous games in the Tales of Series.
Tales of Arise's characters' names and seiyuu were revealed, along with more staff details.
Tales of Arise might get something like a demo before release. Main character designer is Minoru Iwamoto, who worked on Vesperia, Zestiria and Berseria.
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Everything we know about Tales of Arise so far, including its story pitch, first screenshots, artworks, and comments from its producer.
Bandai Namco's next Tales of game looks like it'll be getting a major visual upgrade.