Bandai Namco has uploaded another trailer for the Tales of Zestiria anime special airing later this month. (It starts out showing scenes for other Tales games for the uh...20th anniversary even though the series just turned 19 a few days ago because for some reason we gotta celebrate early this time)
An article showing off some costume DLC for Tales of Zestiria has arisen.
First off are the costumes of the past Tales characters:
Sorey=Yuri Lowell (Tales of Vesperia)
Alisha=Cheria Barnes (Tales of Graces)
Mikleo=Lion Magnus (Tales of Destiny)
Edna=Elise Lutus (Tales of Xillia)
Lailah=Mint Adnade (Tales of Phantasia)
Dezel=Luke fone Fabre (Tales of the Abyss)
Rose=Milla Maxwell (Tales of Xillia 2)
Zaveid=Zelos Wilder (Tales of Symphonia)
Next are swimsuits:
Finally there are some for Ao no Exorcist (or Blue Exorcist, whichever).
So apparently I missed a little something here and it's one of those rare occurrences a non-Tales category post makes its way here. The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls character Karen Hojo (CV: Mai Fuchigami) did a cover of the song "Hotarubi" from Tales of Legendia on a CD released today.
A short preview of the song was uploaded to YouTube earlier this month.
The CD is titled "THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA MASTER Cool jewelries! 002," in case any of you guys feel like looking into that.
This is the last set of DLC costumes for Tales of Hearts R, so I'll just cut to the chase. School costumes are up this time.
North America: $2.49 each, $15.99 bundle
PAL regions: £1.69/€1.99/$2.95 each, £7.99/€9.99/$14.95 bundle.
So apparently the short version of Eternally (Tales of Asteria's new theme song) has been on CREAM's YouTube channel for several days now. I would've gotten this up sooner if I had noticed the link on the trailer but I turned the annotations off so...oops? I also kinda forgot that I normally post official videos like these for the theme songs. Double oops.
I'm gonna play it safe and warn that there are parts with somewhat quickly flashing colors/lights and while they don't bother me, I can see how someone sensitive to it might have some issues.