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Namco Bandai “thinking about” making Tales of Vesperia 2

Saturday, 17th October 2009 18:30 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

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Namco Bandai’s general manager, Makoto Yoshizumi, has said that the company is “thinking about” making a Tales of Vesperia 2.

“[During meetings, staff would ask ] ‘Will you be making Vesperia 2?’ [I'd] respond, ‘Don’t talk like a fan!’,” he explained to Famitsu. “It appears that [within the company] there’s a desire to make part 2.

“We’re thinking about it.”

That should make fans pretty happy.

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6 Comments

  1. Herlock

    Maybe have the first on PS3 in US and EU, plz!!!

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Alakratt

    They should do the same as the first one. Release the beta on 360 first, THEN release the COMPLETE version on the PS3. Only this time we should wait only a few months between versions. See, problem solved!

    #2 5 years ago
  3. alimokrane

    So the 360 version is a BETA now ? how ridiculous.

    I hope the game is Multi platform and both version are released at the same time.

    #3 5 years ago
  4. tatsujin

    @Alimo. I hope they don’t. Let them release it on the 360 first then bring the full improved version on the PS3. I like that idea better. Having multi-platform console will make the creators worry and … we all know the PS3 can handle more power and Blu-ray has more space. So why dump down one system over another because the other can’t even keep up with it? Yes. I’m speaking about the 360. Very, very sad.

    #4 5 years ago
  5. Michael O'Connor

    “@Alimo. I hope they don’t. Let them release it on the 360 first then bring the full improved version on the PS3. I like that idea better. Having multi-platform console will make the creators worry and … we all know the PS3 can handle more power and Blu-ray has more space. So why dump down one system over another because the other can’t even keep up with it?”

    There’s nothing in the PS3 version that the 360 version isn’t capable of. The only thing that would have been required to fit all that content in on the 360 is a second disc.

    But then, we know how lazy modern gamers have become when swapping a disc because a sign of an “inferior” version of a game. *rolls eyes as your console fanboyism*

    Companies have been releasing expanded version of games for years, and they act like this is something new…

    #5 5 years ago
  6. Blerk

    Perhaps they could release another batch of the first game to the shops first? Have you noticed how difficult it is to actually get hold of a copy now?

    #6 5 years ago

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