New Tales of Hearts R Screenshots

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

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Tales of Hearts R | oprainfall

Bandai Namco have released new artwork for the PS Vita game Tales of Hearts R. Enjoy!

Tales of Hearts R Tales of Hearts R - Battle Screen
Tales of Hearts R - Battle Tales of Hearts R
Tales of Hearts R Tales of Hearts R - Attack

Tales of Hearts R can be pre-ordered from GameStop.

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  • Jonah Rosen

    Did you change the main characters name back to Shing yet, NAMCO? No? Well then I’m still buying this used.

    • Romored

      Don’t you think you’re just a tad exaggerated? Not buying a game brand-new just because of a single name? I mean, come on… I could understand if you wanted the English dub, but all this just for a name… There’s no proportion.

    • Jonah Rosen

      Well, It’s not so much that they changed his name that they changed it to something so drastically stupid. Kor sounds like some stupid Dude-bro name for Corey. There was also the translation as earlier screenshots the looked grammar looked almost SNES era bad, not it’s starting to look better.

    • Giordan

      Might want to get it new as it’s GS exclusive. Which means it’ll go WAY up in price.

    • Jonah Rosen

      I don’t care if I have to pay extra, if they don’t change the MC’s name back to Shing, or at least give him a more respectable name, I’m still getting it used. Though I’m at least glad the translation is looking at least decent. The first screenshots were looking a little disjointed in the grammar department.

    • Giordan

      why does it matter?
      It’s a game, not a novel.