Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Will Include Both PS2 & GameCube Openings

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

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Tales of Symphonia Chronicles

Recently, Namco Bandai uploaded a re-done version of a previously uploaded trailer for Tales of Symphonia Chronicles on their YouTube channel. At the same time, the video in question—as well as the video’s description—acts as an announcement that the collection will include both the original GameCube opening and the PlayStation 2 opening for Tales of Symphonia. Both songs are by the same artist,┬áDay After Tomorrow, and both will have new, rearranged versions.

Rediscover this trailer with the rearranged original openings as they will be included in the game!
These opening songs are
– For Tales of Symphonia: Starry Heavens (Version 2013) and Soshite Boku ni Dekiru Koto (Version 2013) by Day After Tomorrow
– For Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World: – Ninin Sankyaku by Misono

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles is a PlayStation 3 exclusive. The game was released in Japan two weeks ago and will be released in North America February 25th, 2014, and in Europe February 28th, 2014. Check out the new trailer below.

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