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Tales Of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Releases On Nintendo Switch This Winter
13 June 2018, 01:43 | Megan Pierce
Also Yuri's pet dog Repede smokes a pipe because he's that badass
Until now, anyway: a trailer shown at Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference announced Vesperia is coming back this winter, with that PS3 content included. The title, which originally launched as an Xbox 360 exclusive 10 years ago, doesn't appear to have had too many changes made to it in that time, but the new version up for grabs will feature additional content and characters.
The Japanese RPG follows the story of Yuri Lowell, a former Imperial Knight who embarks on a mission to retrieve a stolen Blastia Core, which helps to regulate the water supply in his neighborhood. This simple mission spins into a series of events that finds Yuri befriending a colorful cast of characters, traveling to exotic locations, and being pushed into the middle of a nefarious plot that threatens the destruction of the entire planet. The game will make use of the series' Linear Motion Battle System where players actively control one character while the AI takes command of the other three party members.
Really the Tales of battles look sound way more complicated than they actually are
Tales of Vesperia is one of the best role-playing games in the last decade. The franchise has shipped over 16 million games.
At the moment we don't know much about the Definitive Edition, but we do know that it's coming this winter. Like the title suggests, this is the definitive way to play Tales of Vesperia. What this also means is, we probably won't see the original Tales of Vesperia hitting Xbox One backwards compatibility.
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