Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Will Feature Dual Audio

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Hideo Baba confirmed at Japan Expo today that Tales of Symphonia Chronicles will feature dual audio. In other words, the localized version of the game will allow players to select between English and Japanese voice acting.

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles is an HD remastered version of the PlayStation 2 version of Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World that is heading to PlayStation 3 this October in Japan. It’s projected for release sometime in 2014 in North America, Europe, and Australia. Since the game’s announcement, we’ve been given tons of information about it, including a recent trailer and screenshots.

For those unfamiliar with Tales of Symphonia, Namco Bandai’s JRPG was released on the GameCube in Japan back in 2003 and everywhere else in 2004. The game was also ported to the PS2 in Japan in 2004, which is the version that will be included in Chronicles. Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World came out on the Wii in 2008/2009.

Whether you’re a fan of Tales of Symphonia or looking to learn more about it, Operation Rainfall has you covered! Check out our recent review of the game  and our upcoming playthrough stream. And be sure to stay tuned for more Chronicles news!


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Former Staff. Hailee first started following Operation Rainfall when the localization of Xenoblade Chronicles was officially announced. Her gaming life began when she got The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening on Gameboy, and she has loved the Legend of Zelda series ever since. Hailee loves RPGs or any game with a good story, and is especially fond of the Final Fantasy and Persona series; she is also quite fond of BioWare titles. She also admires any games that are unique in their gameplay or aesthetic. Although she has to balance gaming with working as a software developer, Hailee is always trying to broaden her horizons and try as many different games as possible.