Tobias Pieceman | 13.09.2022 – 18:47
The role-playing game classic “Tales of Symphonia” appears as a remaster version for today’s consoles. Some improvements should also be on board.
At today’s Nintendo Direct, Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that it will be reissuing the Japanese role-playing game Tales of Symphonia. In addition to a Nintendo Switch version, implementations for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One should also appear. The release is currently scheduled for early 2023.
Tales of Symphonia was originally released in the West in 2004. At that time, the Nintendo GameCube was still being used, before a porting for the PlayStation 2 was to follow a little later. In 2008 a successor was even released for the Nintendo Wii, which in turn was to be released for the PlayStation 3 in a package with the first part under the name “Tales of Symphonia Chronicles” in 2013.
Some improvements for the classic
Now we’re getting a remaster version, which should bring some improvements to offer fans of the series a certain added value. HD visual improvements, improved gameplay and new features are promised.
You’ll relive the journey of Lloyd Irving and his friends as they set out to save Sylvarant and Tethe’alla. These are two inextricably linked worlds, in which the rebirth of one means the demise of the other.
Accordingly, one can experience a profound story full of lovable characters in a diverse and lively world. It also features anime-style cutscenes designed in collaboration with renowned artist Kosuke Fojishima.
Incidentally, “Tales of Symphonia Remastered” also appears in the so-called “Chosen Edition”, which contains the game as well as a steel book, stickers and art prints.
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