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Jeremy Harnage
Five New Trailers Debut for Tales of Zestiria
Bandai Namco is showing off the system and pre-order bonuses players can expect in 2015!
09.24.14 - 8:13 PM

Bandai Namco has released another slew of trailers for upcoming PS3 RPG Tales of Zestiria.  

The first trailer showcases the new features players can look forward to throughout the title itself.  These include the companion characters, map actions, real map battles, chaining battle system, Kamui transformations, and also a collection of artes and abilities for each playable character!  Be sure to watch towards the end for ultimate techniques as well as snippets from what looks like an incredibly tough fight against a huge dragon.

Towards the end of the video many of the pre-order bonuses, including a rubber stamp, are quickly announced.  We've got extended versions of each bonus below!

Kongwai Tao's "Silent End" Mystic Arte for Lailah

Loni Dunami' "Final Prayer" Mystic Arte for Mikleo

Leia Rolando's "Soulstoke Celebration" for Alisha

Lastly, the rubber stamp collectible was showcased, complete with a cute retro scene showing the four stamp options available.

Tales of Zestiria will hit the PlayStation 3 on January 22nd in Japan and sometime in 2015 for North American and European audiences.  We'll keep you updated as more information surfaces.  In the meantime, be sure to check out our gallery and preview links below for more Tales of Zestiria.


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