Just like any first episode for any anime series, it needs something to grab the audience’s attention, and this one fills that quota.
An explanation for that caption is at the very end of this post. And don't worry, Sorey's still in this anime. For this week, anyway.
Funimation has revealed their list of voice actors for the English dub of Tales of Zestiria the X, which will premiere on August 3, 2016, 8:30PM Eastern Time via Funimation's Funimation Now service.
The official music video of Tales of Zestiria the X's ending theme "calling" is now available on YouTube.
We now have a Shepherd! Guess who?
According to the information released for the upcoming Tales of Zestiria the X second premiere screening, episodes 5 and 6 of Tales of Zestiria the X will have bits of Tales of Berseria.
It's nice to see some huge differences between this episode and the game, and I very much welcome these differences.
Have you ever wanted Edna's umbrella? Because now, you can probably have one for yourself!
Episode #01 of Zestiria X finds itself still before the game story proper, but then reaches to the very start of the game.
Yesterday's Tales of Festival 2016 brought with it a ton of announcements about Tales of Zestiria the X in Japan!
Episode #00 of Tales of Zestiria the X pretty much clears up its intentions — to bridge Zesty with Tales of Berseria and to give Alisha a little more backstory.
DAISUKI.net will be launching a paid premium service next week in US and Canada, inclusive of Tales of Zestiria the X.
Off-screen recording of Tales of Zestiria the X's opening from Anime Expo 2016 is now on YouTube.
According to France's Anime Digital Network, Tales of Zestiria the X will span a total of 25 episodes which will be split for this Summer and the upcoming Winter season.
Funimation has just announced that they will be showing a sneak peek of Tales of Zestiria the X's English dub at Anime Expo this weekend.