THE MAJESTIC ROLE-PLAYING OF‘TALES OF VESPERIA’ COMES TO XBOX LIVE® GAMES ON DEMAND

NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe today announced the launch of Tales of Vesperia on Xbox Live ® Games On Demand for Xbox 360 ®, the first time ever a game in the revered Tales role-playing series has been available on the service in Europe.  Since its European launch on Xbox 360 ® in summer 2009, Tales of Vesperia has garnered widespread critical and fan acclaim.  Now it’s even easier to find out what all the fuss is about with the entire game in glorious HD available to download today from Games on Demand for 29.99€.

Tales of Vesperia delivers majestic storytelling and compelling gameplay on a massive scale as players embark on a grand adventure of discovery and intrigue. As former Imperial Knight Yuri Lowell, players will explore the troubled world of Terca Lumireis and the complex relationships between the government, its people and the blastia technology which helps to sustain the uneasy status quo.

The first high-definition installment of the renowned series,  Tales of Vesperia brings a decade of rich history to Xbox 360. Featuring an action-packed real-time battle system, players can create powerful combo attacks on the fly and strategically command their party in battle. New battle features such as Fatal Strikes, Burst Artes and a multi-stage Over Limit provide more tactical depth to each encounter, while series traditions such as cooking and skits return with new twists to delight longtime fans. 

For more information about the entire NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe line up, please visit  www.namcobandaigames.eu.

© KOSUKE FUJISHIMA.

Tales of Vesperia™&© 2008 NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.

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