Here’s A Look At Different Protagonists Meeting In Tales of the World

By Sato . October 9, 2014 . 4:31pm

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We’ve seen what happens when opposite personalities met up in Bandai Namco’s previous set of videos from Tales of the World: Reve Unitia. This time, we have the proper Estellise from Vesperia meeting the blunt Spada from Tales of Innocence.

 

 

In this first video, Tales of Legendia protagonist Senel Coolidge is shown having a brief conversation with the protagonist of Tales of the Tempest, Caius Qualls, as he asks him how his transformation works.

 

Caius doesn’t understand it too well, which he says could be due to the fact that they no longer have memories of the past. After apologizing about the sudden question, Senel explains that he doesn’t remember anything either, but he has faint memories of someone similar to Caius.

 

While he says that it might not be certain, it seems like it could be a trigger to bringing back more of his past. The intrigued Caius asks him to share more if anything else comes to mind, so it seems like the communication among the characters could be a key to bringing back fragments of their memories.

 

 

The next video shows Tales of Vesperia heroine Estellise Sidos Heurassein and Tales of Innocence’s Spada Belforma. It looks like Spada saves Estellise after she dropped her weapon, and he tells the “ojou-sama” to stay alert.

 

[Note: in Japanese, calling someone “ojou-sama” is often used to address the daughter or girl of an upper-class family.]

 

She is then shown wanting to ask him something, but seems to hestitate, which prompts Spada to tell her to speak more clearly. She ends up asking him, “am I really an ojou-sama?” to which Spada responds in surprise saying something along the lines of: “Wha-? No matter how you look at it, you’re a prim-and-proper lady! You even speak like one.”

 

After she asks the question again, Spada says that he can’t pinpoint why, but he just knows that she’s that way, and a hardcore one, too. She then asks if that means that she’s different from everyone, and Spada says that’s not what he said, and reprimands her for her lack of focus.

 

Tales of the World: Reve Unitia will be released in Japan on October 23, 2014 for Nintendo 3DS.


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