First Tales Of Xillia 2 Commercial Revealed

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On the back of the news that Tales of Xillia will see a release in North America and Europe in 2013, Namco Bandai have revealed the first commercial for the upcoming sequel, Tales of Xillia 2, for Japan. While it is now on the air, it was first revealed to members of the Tales Channel+ fan club. Someone decided to record it and post it on Youtube for the rest of us. It is an odd time to start promoting the game through television as the game, which will be released on the Playstation 3, does not come out until November 2012 in Japan.

The commercial can be seen below.

Source: Andriasang

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