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Tales of Vesperia is one of the most beloved entries in the long-storied Tales franchise, and this winter everyone will get a chance to experience it again.
The original Tales of Vesperia was released in 2008, and was widely regarded as one of the best JRPGs of the time, a time when the genre was heavily suffering. In this tenth anniversary remaster, new content that had never before been released in the west will be included, and presumptuously much of the game’s smaller DLC packs as well.
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition will be launching on Switch, Xbox One, PS4 and Steam this winter.
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