What genre is Tales of Xillia?

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What genre is Tales of Xillia?

Tales of Xillia (テイルズ オブ エクシリア, Teiruzu obu Ekushiria) is the thirteenth Mothership Title in the Tales series. It was released in Japan on September 8, 2011, and its characteristic genre name is “RPG of Unwavering Convictions” (揺るぎなき信念のRPG, Yuruginaki Shinnen no RPG).

What is the Asin number for Tales of Xillia?

^ Tales of Xillia Official World Guidance (in Japanese). ASIN 4902372398. ^ a b c “Tales of Xillia CD releases” (in Japanese). Namco Bandai Games. Retrieved May 5, 2013. ^ “Tales of Xillia Original Soundtrack” (in Japanese).

How does Xillia’s combat system work?

Combining two combat systems from previous Tales games, Xillia takes the Technical Points (TP) system from Vesperia and includes the Combo Chain or Chain Capacity (CC) system from Tales of Graces, now called the Assault Counter. Like CC from Tales of Graces, each character has a set value of AC based on their current equipment and level.

What is the map like in Tales of Xillia?

Tales of Xillia consists primarily of two major areas: the field map and the battle screen. The field map is a realistically scaled 3D environment where the player character traverses and interacts with non-player characters, items, or mob avatars.

When did Tales of Xillia 2 come out?

The game was released on August 6, 2013 and in Europe on August 9, 2013. A sequel to the game, titled Tales of Xillia 2, was announced at Tales of Festival 2012, set one year after the original story. The game is set in Rieze Maxia, a world where humans and monsters coexist with spirits.

What is a clash of ideals in Tales of Xillia?

A clash of ideals pits him against the group despite their mutual respect for each other. Cover for the Japanese version of the game. Tales of Xillia is the first game to have an over-the-shoulder camera, as opposed to the top-down camera of previous Tales games.

What is the rating of Tales of Xillia by Ayumi Hamasaki?

Tales of Xillia North American Releases August 6, 2013 European Releases August 9, 2013 Opening Theme “Progress” by Ayumi Hamasaki Ratings JP CERO: B (recommended 12+) NA ESRB: T

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