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12.07.07 - 12:12 AM

Many games have been made for Namco (Bandai)'s Tales series. It's hard to keep track of all of them really. A contributing factor to the pile-on of games in this one series is that Namco Bandai has begun outsourcing different projects to different developing teams. One such team, Alfa System, has a long reputation for developing decent action-oriented games. Now, they would test their skills on an action-based RPG with random encounters.

It was in July of 2007 that Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology hit store shelves in North America. This was Alfa System's first game added to the series, and it did fairly well. Today, our editor Neal Chandran brings a detailed review about said game to the table.

But that's not what we're most excited about.

No, what we're most excited about is Alfa System's next release, Tales of Innocence for the Nintendo DS handheld. The game was just released in Japan yesterday, and Neal's decided to dig up all the information he could and present a comprehensive preview for our readers. Be sure to check it out!


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