Hermana Beats A Rock In Tales of Innocence R

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In Tales of Innoncent R, the character Hermana Larmo encounters what looks like a bigger version of Geodude (although it would have a different name). Now, in real life, trying to punch a rock usually means a bit of pain on your side. For Hermana, her fists means pain for the rock. In this video, she manages to string in a 165-hit combo, amassing to 1452 points of damage. Wow, a lot of damage to dish out to a living rock. Reflecting her choice of weapons, she can only use hand to hand Artes. However, she also has access to some magical Artes.

Tales of Innoncent R is the remake of Tales of Innocence that will be released on the Playstation Vita on January 26 for Japan.

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