Another Tales Teaser Site…

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Namco Bandai is at it again. This is the current Tales situation. Tales of Xillia was released on September 8, roughly four days ago in Japan. With that out of the way, Namco Bandai has already moved onto the next Tales project. Already, only after four days? The reveal of new information astonishes me, as the countdown at time of publish is currently at one day and seventeen hours. What makes it more astonishing is the fact the website states “New Tales of”. What does this mean? A new mothership title? A spin-off title? Well, we will find out at the Tokyo Game Show, as that seems the best opportunity to announce the game. Maybe it is part of the “new titles announcements” section of Namco Bandai’s showing.

What do you think the new Tales game might be? Will we see it in the West? Leave your comments below.

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