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Mike Salbato
Tales of Xillia Has a Butler Party Member Too
Here's some common ground between two RPGs I never thought we'd be reporting on.
04.19.11 - 10:22 PM

A mere week ago, we brought you news about Gust's Atelier Meruru including a character who happens to be a butler. Apparently some folks at Gust and Namco Bandai have been exchanging notes, because the latter has announced their upcoming PS3-based Tales of Xillia features a playable character who happens to be a butler as well.

Sixty-two-year-old Rowen J. Ilbert is 175cm tall.

Oh, and he generally has a calmness to him and tends to rely on his sense of humor in difficult situations. When he's not working for the high class Sharl family, he does battle with his saber and spirit-based magic.

Another Butler

Tales of Xillia is due to release sometime in 2011 in Japan.


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