Tales of Series 25th Anniversary Questionnaire Asks Favorite Game

Tales of 25th Anniversary Questionnaire

In collaboration with Bandai Namco, Famitsu posted a Tales of series 25th anniversary questionnaire. The answers will be used for a commemorative book. Participants have until December 19, 2021 to answer the questions. The commemorative book will be included in a Tales of series 25th anniversary collection box set. The box set will include series reference materials, Tales of Arise official scenario reference materials, a characters book, and an artwork collection. The Tales of series 25th anniversary collection box set will cost 16,000 yen (about $141). It will release in March 2022 and is immediately available to pre-order. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

The Tales of series 25th anniversary questionnaire asks a total of 22 questions. Some of the questions include asking participants what their favorite game in the series is, what their favorite costume is, and who their favorite character is. Other ones include asking participants if there were any food items in the game they found appealing or unappealing. However, the questionnaire is only available in Japanese.

Famitsu shared another Tales of questionnaire underway. Until December 12, 2021 participants can answer a Tales of Arise questionnaire. The answers will be used in a special issue of Famitsu that will feature an interview with Tales of series Producer Yusuke Tomizawa, which will release in the January 13, 2022 issue of the magazine.

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