There Is, Yet Another, Version Of Tales Of Phantasia For Japan

By Spencer . June 1, 2010 . 7:56am

image If PsOne, Game Boy Advance, and PSP ports of the Super Nintendo classic, Tales of Phantasia, weren’t enough, Namco Bandai brought the game to yet another platform.

 

Mobile phone carriers in Japan also have Tales of Phantasia Mobile. This version appears to be based on the PS1 or Game Boy Advance remakes since it has updated sprites. Cell phone users can access Tales of Phantasia Mobile through a subscription service that costs 525 yen ($6) a month.

 

Later this year, probably in August, another version of Tales of Phantasia will be released on PSP with Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon Cross.

 

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  • malek86

    So, I’m accepting bets on which platform they’re going to put the game next. The VC seems a viable choice.

  • karasuKumo

    Why subsription, are people that much of a fan to pay monthly just so they can play it on a mobile? haha Crazy

  • http://www.facebook.com/korn555 Seth Cruz

    Tales of Phantasia is turning into the next FFVII game….

    • rock1644

      Except FFVII has yet to be remade. This is the 6th version of this game.

  • SeventhEvening

    Well, in my opinion, it is the best of the Tales games. I’ve never been able to push all the way through any of the Tales games other than Phantasia. I usually hit the 20 hour mark and loose interest. So I guess it is deserving at least.

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

    Enough with the damned Tales of Phantasia ports / remakes. Gawd.I guess it’s all the same, though, since lord knows Namco Bandai is never going to bloody localize ‘em for us. At least this way I don’t feel bad about not getting the latest iteration of Tales of Phantasia as opposed to Graces, Vesperia PS3, Hearts, Innocence and so forth.

  • Vino (Tim N)

    Well, everyone has a phone over there. And they’re constantly using them. More then I see in North America. So I can see this making some money. Sure, lately the remakes haven’t been making tons of money for Namco Bandai, but at least it makes a bit.

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