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Tales of Eternia Online Release Details Announced
02.06.06 - 9:32 PM

Namco today announced first details regarding the packaged version of its MMORPG Tales of Eternia Online's client software. Those who do not wish to download the game's client to their PC, can buy a CD-based version at the game store of their choice. In addition to the CD-ROM, the retail release will also include a special DVD featuring artwork, movie trailers and background information on the original Tales of Eternia, 30 days of free play, a premium item ticket that allows you to get a special in-game item, and three promotion cards out of the upcoming Tales of Eternia and Tales of Eternia Online series of trading cards.

Tales of Eternia Online will go live in Japan on March 3rd. The packaged version of the client software will carry an open price.


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