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Tales of Symphonia goes Gold

Gisteren maakte Namco bekend dat de Amerikaanse versie van Tales of Symphonia klaar is. Nu moeten de Amerikanen alleen nog wachten tot het 13 juli is want dan komt de game daar uit. Lees hieronder het hele bericht.

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"TALES OF SYMPHONIA GOES GOLD!

Highly Anticipated Role-Playing Game Journeys One Step Closer To Store Shelves

San Jose, Ca., (June 21, 2004) – The perilous quest for survival will soon be a reality. Leading video games developer and publisher Namco Hometek Inc. announced today that its popular quest-driven role-playing game, Tales of Symphonia, has gone gold. Exclusively for Nintendo GameCube, Tales of Symphonia will lead players on an epic adventure filled with intrigue, sacrifice and surprises as it makes its way to retail outlets on July 13, 2004.

“Tales of Symphonia establishes a new standard for the role-playing genre of games,” said Rod Nakamoto, executive vice president of research and development.“ Combining a dynamic battle system with breathtaking graphics, Tales of Symphonia provides an incredible game play experience with its story-driven action. Fans of previous entries in the Tales series will wholeheartedly embrace Tales of Symphonia when it arrives in stores this July.”

The latest installment in Namco’s popular Tales series of games, Tales of Symphonia offers full control of characters through its unique real-time battle system, allowing for the execution and combination of multiple magic spells and special attacks. Including more than a dozen mini-games and side quests, the game redefines the role-playing genre with an emotionally driven storyline transcending more than 80 hours of game play. In addition, Tales of Symphonia features characters designed by renowned Japanese artist Kosuke Fujishima, delivering beautiful anime-style cel-shaded graphics to the game’s expansive 3D worlds."
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Bron: Nintendo Insider

 



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