Tales of Symphonia Chronicles: Debut Screenshots

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

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Tales of Symphonia Unisonant Pack Logo | OpRainfall

Namco Bandai has released the first small batch of screenshots for the HD compilation Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (or Tales of Symphonia: Unisonant Pack in Japan), which shows various scenes from both Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World.

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Screenshot 2 | OpRainfall Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Screenshot 1 | OpRainfall
Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Screenshot 3 | OpRainfall Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Screenshot 4 | OpRainfall


For those who don’t know, last Saturday at the Tales of Festival Nacmo Bandai  announced the previously rumored HD Collection, now known as Tales of Symphonia Chronicles, which will contain high-definition remasters of both Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World. It will be a PlayStation 3 exclusive and will be released in Japan on October 10th of this year. This includes a Limited Edition you can see below. Not long after, Hideo Baba confirmed a Western release and said we would most likely be seeing it released in early 2014.

Tales of Symphonia: Unisonant Pack Limited Edition | OpRainfall

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