Tales of Xillia Official Presentation Now On YouTube

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At this year’s Expomanga in Madrid, Spain, Namco Bandai had an hour-long presentation devoted to Tales of Xillia, which is soon to be released title in Western regions. The presentation showcased gameplay, more on the English voice acting with a couple of new skits revealed, and the first time we get to hear Teepo’s voice over in English.

Thanks to the folks at Otaku Music Radio, the entire one hour presentation is on YouTube. Sadly, it’s mostly in Spanish with no subtitles. So if you want to skip to the new gameplay footage, it starts at around 18:40; the new skits, plus Teepo’s voice acting, start at 28:15.

Tales of Xillia is a PlayStation 3 exclusive and is slated for release August 6th of this year in North America; Europe is getting it on August 9th. You can check out the presentation below.

NOTE: The Collector’s Edition is back in stock on Amazon, but it’s unknown for how long this will be. Pre-order now if you haven’t done so yet.

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