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Jeremy Harnage
First Images of New Zestiria Characters Simon and Renard
Two ruthless additions to the cast are on the way!
10.09.14 - 11:36 PM

Two new additions to the Tales of Zestiria cast were announced via Jump magazine this week. Check out the image below for a peek at both Simon and Renard!

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Simon, who is voiced by Hiromi Igarashi and pictured on the left, is a Seraph (Tenzoku) who refuses to work with the Doushi and instead seems only interested in her own goals. In addition to being ruthless, she also possesses a unique special power that is not dependent upon the common elements.

On the right side of the page is a large picture of Renard, who is voiced by Takehito Koyasu. Coming from the "Bone of the Wind" assassins guild, Renard seems to revel in violence and murder. He has a special obsession with Alisha, whom he stalks.

Tales of Zestiria released for the PlayStation 3 on January 22nd in Japan and Summer 2015 in North America and Europe. Keep checking with us for more information on these two as it developes! Also be sure to check out our gallery and preview below for more Tales of Zestiria!



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