Game news Tales of Arise: Bandai Namco presents its good grades with a distinguished guest
Published on 10/13/2021 8:38 PM
Very well received by critics and gamers, Tales of Arise didn’t have to wait long before reaching the million copies sold. A little over a month after the title’s release, Bandai Namco released the accolade trailer, highlighting the good grades received.
But the resurgence of the Tales of license couldn’t be celebrated only with a classic video, which is why Bandai Namco brought in Lindsey Stirling, the famous violinist who often uses the musical themes of the greatest games. You can hear the song Flame of Hope, reinterpreted by the artist that we received in the Journal a few months ago. If you haven’t purchased the game yet because you don’t know if it’s right for you, please note that the demo put online by the publisher before the title’s release is still available free of charge.
As a reminder, Tales of Arise tells the parallel destinies of two twin planets: Dahna and Rena. After centuries of peace, the Renians invade their neighbors and reduce the Dahna population to slavery. The title really begins three centuries later, when resistance begins to take shape. It is then that we meet Alphen, an amnesiac character whose face is covered with a mask. The latter is brought to cross the road to Shionne, a young woman that no one can approach without risking ending up electrocuted! Together, and with the help of various companions, they set off to hunt down the various lords, in the hope of regaining their freedom.
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