Any Tales games on the Wii U will just end up with a better version on the PS3/4. I really wish they didn't give on the Xbox, Vesperia was a great game. Tales should try to be across all systems since Dragon Quest favors Nintendo while Final Fantasy favors Sony.
I wouldn't mind a Tales 3DS though. We could finally get a game that pushes the limits of the system.
I only see ports coming to the 3DS in the future. Mainly one of Symphonia, Eternia and Phantasia for the 47th time.
Actually, the next Phantasia remake should be fully in 3D. Eternia is most likely next for a remake though. Would be cool to have Radiant Mythology 4 on the 3DS if it ever came out.
It's not bad but it is the most dated now. Phantasia and Destiny both got remakes, which leaves Eternia as the sole PS1 titles that didn't. Destiny 2 looks a little dated but it had updated artwork for the PSP version so it looks cleaner. It just makes sense from a game perspective.
Remakes? Don't know, everything looks fine and doesn't seem to need a remake or port. Though I would like to see a Symphonia remake for the 3DS using the PS2 version (keeping the original English track and just subtitle the other material), adding free run, and an update to the graphics with cel shaded graphics and no chibi looking models. Download multiplayer possibly (though I don't think this would ever happen). I still doubt such would happen but you can dream.
So guys, I know how the monster system in Dawn of a New World could work. You know how Nintendo and Namco Bandai have been buddying up lately? Wait for it...
Yeah, I was being sarcastic.
Last edited by ParaChomp; 22nd February 2013 at 2:36 AM. Reason: dumb daydreaming
This is an excerpt of an email from the customer support team at Namco Bandai Games EUROPE.
In order to answer any possible questions about the dubbing of the Tales of Xillia game, which will be available on Playstation 3 in 2013, please look below to find any answers to those questions.
There the Japanese dubbing in Tales of Xillia?
Tales of Xillia includes the English dub, but not Japanese track. We offer our apology to the fans who were waiting for this feature, but we have been forced to make this difficult choice in order to devote our resources to critical issues which directly impact the development of the entire series Tales of the EMEA territories."
The letter goes on to say their efforts are on quickening future localizations, offering more titles to overseas fans, and preparing special editions of localized games. They do, however, say that they will try to incorporate the feature into future Tales games if they have enough resources.