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Watch Two More Tales Of Xillia Videos
In action: The gameplay, the world, and cutscenes!
05.30.11 - 1:45 PM

At this weekend's Tales of Festival 2011 event, Tales of Xillia got a Japanese release date and its own PlayStation 3 bundle. Namco Bandai also played some video for the game. We already saw the 45 second clip that shows off the alternate costumes - Jude's is Cless from Tales of Phantasia, and Milla's is Stan from Tales of Destiny.

These are two of the videos they also showed at the event. One shows gameplay, and also a look at the game's world. First we see the characters interacting with the world and ducking, climbing, not opening treasure chests for some reason, and just general running around. Enemies are all over the map, so you'll see lots of battle. Oh, and a little chat between Jude, Alvin and Rowen at the end.

The second video is a story trailer that shows us the first meeting between Jude and Milla, and shows various other cutscenes. The song playing is Ayumi Hamasaki's 'Progress.'

Tales of Xillia also has an introduction video for each character depending on which you choose to play. While Jude's is still in the works, Milla's was shown at the festival. Unfortunately that video hasn't hit the web yet, but we'll share with you as soon as it does. But here's a handful of stills that someone got:

Tales of Xillia will be released in Japan on September 8th.


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