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    >> Tales of Zestiria Sells 340,000 In Its First Week

    a745

    Tales of Zestiria ranks first in this week's game sales in Japan, reaching a total of 340,891 units shipped.


    According to the report, Tales of Zestiria sold a total of 340,891 units in the first week of its release, beating other newly-released titles such as Legend of Legacy and Atelier Escha & Logy Plus.

    Though the game didn't do as well as Tales of Xillia and Xillia 2's first weeks of release, the game still did pretty well considering the game so far.

    Tales of Zestiria was released in Japan on January 22, 2015, and will be releasedin North America and Europe sometime in the future. Oders are still available at the following shops:


    Posted by a745 on Jan 28, 2015 - 06:34am PST     Post a Comment (3)
    >> Tales of Zestiria's Alisha Gets A DLC About What Happens To Her After The Game

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    The latest issue of Jump has just announced that Tales of Zestiria's Alisha will be getting an "after episode" story DLC.




    Starting February 12, 2015, the Alisha After Episode entitled "What's Reflected in Her Eyes" will be released, featuring Alisha in a completely new costume which also modifies even her on-game model, her status and skit/chat artwork. The story takes place after the game, apparently, and features a story arc about Alisha being your main protagonist, with Rose tagging along. As of the moment, there are no indications if the other characters will be there.



    To celebrate Tales of Zestiria having sold 400,000 copies in Japan so far, the DLC will be free for the first two weeks (from February 12 to February 28 ). After that, it will then be available for it's official retail price of 1,300 Yen.

    Posted by a745 on Jan 27, 2015 - 05:45am PST     Post a Comment (1)
    >> Tales of Zestiria: God Eater 2 DLC Costumes For Sorey & Rose

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    A magazine scan from Famitsu shows off God Eater 2 collab DLC costumes for Tales of Zestiria. Sorey gets a Julius costume and Rose gets a Nana costume. Check it out here:



    Special thanks to @hana_0867 for the scan.

    Tales of Zestiria will be released in Japan on January 22, 2015, and in North America and Europe sometime in the future. Pre-orders are now available at the following shops:


    Posted by PanbanRichard on Jan 21, 2015 - 07:49am PST     Post a Comment (4)
    >> Tales of Zestiria's Opening Movie Leaked Online!

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    Tales of Zestiria's opening has been leaked online!



    The opening was also leaked on Vimeo. Check it out if the Youtube one is taken down.



    Happy Tales of Zestiria Release Day! What do you think of the opening?

    Tales of Zestiria will be released in Japan on January 22, 2015, and in North America and Europe sometime in the future. Pre-orders are now available at the following shops:


    Posted by a745 on Jan 21, 2015 - 01:38am PST     Post a Comment (2)
    >> Listen To Tales of Zestiria's Opening Theme White Light Here!

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    Though there's no sign of the actual opening movie for Tales of Zestiria yet, Superfly's White Light single is now available as a digital single. Listen to it here!


    A short preview of its PV is currently available on YouTube via Warner Music Japan. Alternately, the full single has been uploaded to YouTube as well.


    The single itself is currently available as a digital single via the Japan iTunes and Recochoku. If you like the single and if you have access to these sites (there are easy workarounds for the Japan iTunes, especially), please do show your support by purchasing the single.

    White Light will be included in Superfly's upcoming album titled "WHITE" which will be released on May 27, 2015. The name comes from Superfly's belief that the many talents of people dye their blank canvas into many colors.

    Tales of Zestiria will be officially released tomorrow in Japan!

    Posted by a745 on Jan 20, 2015 - 06:07pm PST     Post a Comment (3)
    >> Upcoming Sengoku BASARA 4: Sumeragi Gets Tales of Zestiria DLC Costumes

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    The latest entry to the Sengoku BASARA series is having a collaboration with Tales of Zestiria in the form of... DLC costumes.






    Sengoku BASARA 4: Sumeragi was recently just announced in Famitsu magazine. The game, which will be available for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, will be released sometime Summer 2015.

    Posted by a745 on Jan 20, 2015 - 07:15am PST     Post a Comment (2)
    >> The Final Tales of Zestiria Nico Stream: New Attachments DLC and Free Skits Out On January 22

    a745

    The last Tales of Zestiria Nico Stream announced new attachment DLC coming our way on January 22!


    Bangs and Back Hair Attachment Set


    Angel Bride Attachment Set


    Main Attachment Set

    All sets will be out on January 22, 2015. As of the moment, I'm not sure on the price.


    In addition, there will be a series of skits or chats to be released as free DLC starting January 22nd and then every week after that. There will be 5 skits to be released on the 22nd alone. Again, this one's free.

    Tales of Zestiria will be released in Japan on January 22, 2015, and in North America and Europe sometime in the future. Pre-orders are now available at the following shops:


    Posted by a745 on Jan 20, 2015 - 07:06am PST     Post a Comment (1)
    >> The Final Tales of Zestiria Nico Stream: Mystic Artes Plus Tales and Swimsuit Costumes DLC Videos

    a745

    The final Tales of Zestiria Nico Stream has showcased new videos on Mystic Artes, the Tales costumes, swimsuit costumes and Tales characters attachments DLC. Practically a day left till the Japan release!

    Mystic Artes Introduction Videos


    Tales of Series DLC Costumes


    Swimsuit DLC Costumes


    Other videos also shown during the event are those showcasing the previously announced Tales attachments and an introduction video on the Seraphim's Protection system.

    Seraphim's Protection


    Tales Attachments DLC


    Tales of Zestiria will be released in Japan on January 22, 2015, and in North America and Europe sometime in the future. Pre-orders are now available at the following shops:


    Posted by a745 on Jan 20, 2015 - 06:43am PST     Post a Comment (0)
    >> Tales of Festival 2015 Dated! June 6th and 7th at Yokohama Arena!

    a745

    The final Tales of Zestiria Nico Stream has just announced that Tales of Festival 2015 will take place on June 6th and 7th!

    As usual, the event will be taking place in Yokohama Arena. What surprises will we possibly get to see in the upcoming Tales Festival?! Possibly a new game already at this point? Or maybe something to celebrate Tales of the Abyss's and Tales of Legendia's 10th anniversaries? The possibilities are endless! What do you guys think?

    Posted by a745 on Jan 20, 2015 - 06:08am PST     Post a Comment (0)
    >> Tales of Zestiria: New DLC, Character & System Videos

    PanbanRichard


    New Tales of Zestiria videos were uploaded to Bandai Namco's official Youtube Channel today.

    They include updated character videos for Rose and Edna (The former showing off her Armatization Mode in battle.), character videos featuring the Sparrowfield Guild and Turtlez (the former of which also featuring Rose), a new System video showing off the Character Accompany feature, and videos focusing on the Blue Exorcist & Sengoku Basara 4 DLC.

    Check them out here:

    Updated Rose Character Video



    Updated Edna Character Video



    Sparrowfield Guild Focus Video



    Turtlez Focus Video



    Character Accompany System Video



    Blue Exorcist DLC Video



    Sengoku Basara 4 DLC Video



    Tales of Zestiria will be released in Japan on January 22, 2015, and in North America and Europe sometime in the future.

    Posted by PanbanRichard on Jan 19, 2015 - 10:20am PST     Post a Comment (1)
    >> New Tales of Zestiria Dengeki PlayStation Scans Provide Game Overview And Tons Of New Info

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    Never ending scans today. The latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation gives us a 22-page spread of information for Tales of Zestiria.


    While most of this is an overview of what we already know, some bits in the spread gives us a bit of new info on the game.


    Also, to the interested, you can order the magazine from CDJapan.


    The first few pages are character introductions and keyword explanations such as the Hyland Kingdom and Rolance Empire, the Seraphim, the Shepherd, Armatization, the "Juushi" and "Baishin" concepts, the Hellion, the Normin, the Celestial Record, the dragons, guilds, areas in the game - basically nothing we haven't covered yet, so we won't get in depth on the above pages.


    The next part of the spread covers the game's system, starting first off with the Field. On the upper left of your screen is a view of the map, and slighty below that, the symbol that looks like a D-pad, is for Map Actions. At the bottom left is an area for chats, save points and discovery area info. Pressing R1 shows additional stuff to the upper right of the screen, namely your current objective and food effect. Characters that trigger a main event have a gold star above their heads, while those that'll trigger a sub event have a purplish star.

    What else can you do on the Field? Check out Discovery Points, check out Stone Monuments that give AP for Battle Acts, find treasure chests (some chests may need keys), talking to Normin points which will give you equipment skills bonuses, or talk to your accompanying character to possibly get hints on where to go next.


    Map Actions are basically gimmicks on the field used in exploring, usually in conjunction with the power of a Seraph, to let you through some obstacles. An example would be Lailah's fire which can be used to burn obstacles. They're activated by pressing Square + D-pad. We covered the Map Actions in a previous post. There is also, technically, a World Map, pieces of which can be bought from Turtlez, allowing you to visit new areas.


    Next up are Towns. Surprisingly, you can only eat Food at an Inn. And as usual, resting at an Inn recovers your HP and SC (Spirits Chain). Repeated use of Food will increase it. In addition, using Food or staying at the Inn may trigger a new Skit or a new Support Talent (to be explained later). In Shops, buying and selling items will make the Shop Rank level up. Equipment can have various skills attached, and you can fuse two items to make them stronger.

    The scan also mentions a Land Chiefs (Seraphim's Protection) system. Throughout the world are places that have Land Chiefs that need to have the Seraphim's protection. Revive the said protection, and the Land Chiefs will be able to provide services such as warping between save points (for a fee), increase the Seraphim's Protection for that area with Grade earned in battle from that area, set up Blessings from the Land Chief which will grant various bonuses such as decreasing the save point warp fee or making treasure chests respawn, set up Normin for that area which can increase the drop rate of specific equipment or increase enemy levels, or offer items in exchange for Grade which can be used to level up the Protection.


    This is really extensive. The scan also elaborates the game Menu, which is accessed by pressing the Triangle button. Aside from the usual Items and Artes, you can also access your Skills via the Menu. Skills are mainly attached from your equipment, with 4 skills in maximum. Some skills, when together, can result in a bonus skill, and some skills might need a specific number of use of the equipment before it can be used. You can view them via the Skill Sheet, where depending on the Skill, a part of the sheet will light up. Bonuses are obtained in three ways - Union, Elm and Same. Union activates when 5 skill marks are completed vertically. Elm activates when 2 or more skills join horizontally. Same activates when there are multiple of the same skill that is activated.


    We then have Support Talents which are technical skills unique to a specific character. Only one may be equipped per character but you're free to change it any time. Said talents can also be leveled up to increase proficiency. Some examples given include Treasure Sense, where you will be told if there's a chest nearby. Depending on its level, it can increase the range of detection. Another was Design Sense, which is the same as the former but more for Discovery Points and Stone Monuments. Another is Peace Keeper, which will regenerate HP when walking in dungeons or fields or even tell you if a character's HP is low.

    Battle Acts are bonuses set that affect all party members in battle. New Battle Acts are learned at the end of battles by fulfilling specific requirements, and the AP needed in Battle Acts are from Discovery Points and Stone Monuments. An example Battle Act given is Free & Free which enables Free Run and Reviver wherein when you're knocked out in Armatization mode, the fusion is broken and the Seraph sacrifices himself/herself, leaving the human alive.


    The Visual menu allows you to change the character's costume, hairstyle and attachments. A max of 3 attachments are allowed, and like in Xillia, you can customize them. There's also the Strategy menu, plus the Library which holds summaries and records of various in-game info (System Book, Skill Book, Enemy Book, etc).


    Next, on to Battles. Tales of Zestiria introduces the Real Map Battles, which basically allows (almost) seamless transitions in between the field and battles, and whatever the field you're in, that's where the battle will take place. For Zestiria, however, there can only be a total of two humans and two Seraphim in battle. In the case, for example, you're currently with one human and three Seraphim, only two Seraphim will participate in battle.

    The character portrait area in battle have 3 parts. The red bar is your HP, while the blue one is your SC (Spirits Chain). The number is your BG (Blast Gauge). Depending on your SC, there are benefits or drawbacks. If your SC is high, you recover faster and the damage received is lessened, while if your SC is low, you give higher damage but recover slowly.


    The Around Step system has three types: Side Step, Front Step and Back Step. Doing them uses up SC. The BG is used up by Battle Acts or fusing and it fills up by certain actions such as taking damage. There's a Chain Blast that uses up 1 BG when you long press R2, which allows two consecutive combos, and a Partner Blast that makes sure your partner's attacks will always hit.


    Armatization is the fusion of Sorey (or Rose) with a Seraph. It uses up 1 BG and is activated by pressing L1. Stats are increased dramatically while in this mode. While in this mode, pressing R2 will activate a special Restoration Arte that heals party members for 1 BG. Long pressing R2 will activate a Banish Blast attack, a slow but powerful attack that uses up 1 BG.


    Whew, that was long. The remaining scans feature the upcoming DLC and an interview with Hideo Baba. Thanks to @ExeForce87 for the scans!

    Only 6 days left until Tales of Zestiria is out! Anyone else also importing the Japanese version?

    Posted by a745 on Jan 16, 2015 - 03:39am PST     Post a Comment (2)
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