Tales Of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon Cross Release Date Leaked

By Spencer . June 1, 2010 . 2:56am

imageTales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon Cross, a double pack of Tales remakes, is coming to PSP. When? Namco Bandai says 2010.

 

Online retailer Gamestar says something else. They have Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon Cross on their release list scheduled for August 5 and priced at 5,480 yen. ($60).

 

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Gamestar has a knack for ruining publisher plans and even Famitsu’s scoops. Just a few weeks ago, they announced White Knight Chronicles: Awakening of Light and Darkness’ release date before any other source.


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  • kupomogli

    Namco Bandai is garbage. You all know why.

    • https://twitter.com/#!/SplashdownTiger STiger

      Lack of localizing Tales games, yeah?

    • http://www.youtube.com/B4ULoveShine Tim_at_where

      Lemme guess: IT’S OVER 9000 times busy with:

      –Dragonball
      –RRRRRRRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDGE RRRRRRRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAACEEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRR!!!
      –Naruto
      –other million copy sellers such as Tekken, Ace Combat, Pac-Man, to name a few.

      Worse, Namco Bandai’s balls are inert, when it comes to bringing Tales games out of Japan.

      • http://thrust-the-sky.deviantart.com/ WildArms

        cooking mama

        • SeventhEvening

          That is developed by Taito. So, oddly enough, you need to shake THAT fist at Square Enix.

  • http://www.youtube.com/B4ULoveShine Tim_at_where

    Honestly, I don’t get it why we get Tales news, even though Namco Bandai will usually just go Tales Nazi* on us… in America.

    *Soup Nazi = NO SOUP FOR YOU!
    Tales Nazi = NO TALES FOR YOU!

    • http://thrust-the-sky.deviantart.com/ WildArms

      Well, i don’t know you, but i at least like to know what games are being released, i might be able to get it in japanese some day anyway, and yes we all know namco bandai america is becoming noobilish D:

    • SeventhEvening

      That is actually why I like Siliconera so much. I import games sometimes, so I want to know what is coming out in Japan.

      Really, as far as RPGs go, I imagine Tales games are rather import friendly as well. All the ones I’ve played have had rather easy to follow plots and straight forward mechanics. While you may run up the game clock when you have to stop to flip through the dictionary, with rather rudimentary Japanese skills you could probably do it. There is also a chance that Bandai sees the high import rate for Tales games and that could help sway them for localization.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2034389 Andrew Strozier

    I’m not even going to get my hopes up about this ever seeing an official English release.

  • holyPaladin

    Well we must learn Japanese now to play Tales games =p

    Remind me to play Tempest, Innocence,and Hearts

    • epy

      and Destiny 2, Rebirth, Vesperia PS3, Graces, Tales of the World 2….

      • holyPaladin

        Already played Destiny 2 and Rebirth =p

  • http://www.myspace.com/effluentrainfall Effluent Rainfall

    Oh look, more Tales we’ll never get! Rad!

    Have I mentioned how terrible Namco Bandai is lately? I mean totally disregarding the fact that they refuse to localize Tales games – but had no problem with Magna Carta 2, which HAD to have bombed, or the PS3 version of Eternal Sonata – they haven’t done much of worth lately.

    It’s like they’re suddenly afraid to stick their necks out at all. It’s pretty sad, really. I accept that it’s probably a financial issue, but it looks bad to be the licensed anime / Wii shovelware publisher.

    /rage

  • Kris

    Maybe this will be the one that makes it over!
    ….
    Bwahahahahaha! No.

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