Fragile Dreams Developer Helped Make Tales Of Symphonia Chronicles

By Spencer . March 18, 2014 . 11:02am

imagetri-Crescendo, a studio formed by former tri-Ace employees, created RPGs like Eternal Sonata and Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon. What have they been doing post Digimon World Re:Digitize?

 

Working with the Tales series. tri-Crescendo co-developed Tales of Symphonia Chronicles, the remastered PlayStation 3 compilation which includes Symphonia and the sequel Dawn of the New World.


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  • Freud_Hater

    That’s kinda cool, I guess. Glad they haven’t disappeared, if nothing else ^^’

  • idrawrobots

    Fragile is so good, IMO.

  • Zero_Destiny

    That’s interesting to see, love tri-Cresendo.

  • Spirit Macardi

    Interesting, Tri-Crescendo split off from Tri-Ace, who themselves split off from Tales Studio.

    It’s like things have come full-circle.

    • CirnoLakes

      It’s like Wolf Team never truly went away!

      Thank you, Wolf Team! For finding ways to stick together! I love you Wolf Team! <3

  • Slickyslacker

    Well, it seems tri-Ace has just been performing graphical work most recently. On both XIII-2 and Lightning Returns, and now ToS HD.

    If only Valkyrie Profile and Star Ocean weren’t effectively dead.

  • Razvaille

    Eternal Sonata is amazing too!!!

  • KingGunblader

    They helped Monolith with both Baten Kaitos games, which means I can beg for BK3 here… again.

  • CozyAndWarm

    Loved Fragile Dreams. Anyway, it’s still confusing to me how they took a great 60fps game from the Gamecube and managed to make a 30fps game with even worse audio issues out of it. Something went wrong somewhere

    • Arcana Drill

      Because they didnt took the gamecube version, they took the ps2 version, which had 30fps too.

  • Nitraion

    Yeah I see them on ToS HD end credits

  • Learii

    where Tri-Ace games -_-

  • Duc PC-QB

    An upscale PS2 game that cant run at 60 fps on PS3 ?

    • Rogerrmark

      Indeed. The HD port was really underwhelming in my opinion…Graces f had good improvements from the original, but Symphonia HD….probably getting FFX/X-2 instead.

  • CirnoLakes

    That… that makes me really happy!

    It’s kind of like Wolf Team is back together!
    I love you, Wolf Team! You’ll always be the greatest of legends to me! Namco Tales Studio! tri-Ace! tri-Crescendo! Camelot Software! Thank you for all your amazing games!

    I’ll always keep up with and remember your games. And Wolf Team will live on forever!

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