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Tagged: Tales of Arise
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This week in Q&A Quest, we talk more about Gaijin’s adventures in The Outer Worlds. We also talk more about Tales of Arise.
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This week in Q&A Quest, we discuss the newly released Tales of Arise. We also discuss The Outer Worlds.
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Tales fans have a brand new title to sink their teeth into. Tales of Arise is available now, with its release accompanied by a new launch trailer.
Tales of Arise triumphantly marks the 25th anniversary of a hugely beloved series. The newest entry successfully builds upon all of the franchise’s iconic elements to become iconic itself.
Bandai Namco put out some more Tales of Arise videos ahead of the game’s launch this week. RPGamers will soon join Dahna’s struggle to break free of Rena’s dominion.
Bandai Namco is in full Tales of Arise pre-release buzz mode as it releases another trailer for the game. The new two-minute video features the song [Blue Moon] performed by Ayaka.
Bandai Namco released its sixth character trailer for Tales of Arise. Dohalim is noble from Rena and will join the party in a couple of weeks.
The RPG Cast crew discovers where the monkey’s paw has taken them this week. Chris is trapped in a room playing with kitties. Kelley has to survive a Pokémon/Shining Force Crossover. Anna Marie is stuck in a time loop and isn’t sure where the spoon is. Josh almost succeeded in not shooting any children out of cannons, but then he took an arrow to the knee. Meanwhile, Shining Force smiles evilly.
A Tales of Arise demo is now available on consoles, letting players try out six playable characters. Unfortunately, the demo doesn’t extend to PC players.