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Chris Gebauer
Maglieux and Bienphu Revealed for Tales of Berseria
This by way of the magazine Weekly Jump
03.11.16 - 1:07 AM

Two new characters for Bandai Namco's Tales of Berseria were revealed in the most recent issue of Weekly Jump magazine.

Weekly Jump Tales of Berseria Reveal

Maglieux is an unidentified woman also known as the Bogus Witch. While she is described as mood maker, she also has a dark side (ominous). The character is voiced by Satomi Sato and designed by Daigo Okumura.

Bienphu is a unique, hat-wearing Malak that is more along the lines of a mascot character. Bienphu is different from other Malaks as he is very expressive, a trait that this quite unusual to his kind. His favorite phrases are "Bien" and "Bad" (most excellent character development).

The Weekly Jump reveal also included information on the new "Break Soul" system used in battles. The system involves linking actions that go beyond limit and trigger special effects for each character.

Oh. And the theme song for the game is called "Burn" by the band Flow. The more you know.

Tales of Berseria is due out in Japan in 2016 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. A western release for the game is planned for PlayStation 4 and PC but has yet to be announced. When we know more so will you!



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