Tales Of Xillia Trademark Filed In The U.S. Too

By Spencer . March 26, 2012 . 2:51am

talesofx1What’s that Tipo? There’s another Tales of Xillia trademark?

 

After filing Tales of Xillia in Europe on March 20, Namco Bandai registered the title in the U.S. a day later. Siliconera found Tales of Xillia registered for use with video game software and computer game programs in the USPTO.

 

So, if Namco Bandai plans on localizing Tales of Xillia it probably won’t be a PAL only release like One Piece: Unlimited Cruise or Saint Seiya: Sanctuary Battle.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001001589702 Brendon Mitchell

    bare in mind previous Tales of games have had a trade mark before and they never got localized. . . 

    • fuzziinator

      Yes but if a Trade mark is made it means there was/is an attempt being made which is better then nothing.

  • mudowadashiDEE

    a good simple game to start with is tales of symphonia thats what i started with and i couldn’t be happier my friend there are twoof them but obviuosly you’ll ant to try the first one first but the second one is most certainly worth a play as well.

  • fuzziinator

    I don’t Hate Graces F in the least but I also don’t see why people talk it up so much I mean all it is “dodge & button Mash” seriously that’s it even on chaos Mode you just set up your team mates to A-Artes only make them be completely offensive never go back to guard/heal and you can and WILL trap the boss for the ENTIRE fight, BUT still it is a great game.

    • Arrei

      So how’s that work out for you when you’re just button mashing and can’t break a boss’ super armor to stagger them? When you run out of CC and your CPU party can’t keep up the combo?

      Not so well.

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