Namco Bandai Releases New English Tales of Xillia Screenshots

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

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Tales of Xillia

Recently, Namco Bandai held an event to announce a plethora of new content related to many different games, possibly the most notable one being Project X Zone’s localization for the Western regions. The secondary purpose of the event was to showcase Namco Bandai’s other important games, including the Tales of series. More specifically, the latest offering  for Western audiences: Tales of Xillia. Namco Bandai released a new batch of screenshots, showing their current status with the English localization of the game and some of the pretty scenery found within.

As well as the sccreenshots, Namco Bandai have stated that there will be a “big special announcement” on the 4th of February. What it will be for, we don’t yet know, but you can bet we’ll tell you when we do!

Tales of Xillia is a PlayStation 3 exclusive. The game has no official release date yet, but most people are assuming it will be released in the summer of this year. If this game does well, then Namco Bandai will be more likely to bring its sequel, Tales of Xillia 2, across to the West. Keep checking back for the latest in Tales of Xillia news!

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