Namco Bandai has announced that its Tales franchise, a long-running series of RPGs, has shipped over 15 million units. The franchise launched in 1995 with Tales of Phantasia on SNES, and its most recent entry is Tales of Xillia 2, which Gematsu reports has moved 480,000 units since releasing in Japan on November 1. The next western release is Tales of Xillia, due on PlayStation 3 some time in 2013.
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Tales Of Xillia
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Namco Bandai has announced its Tales of series has shipped over 16 million units worldwide since 1995 with the franchise debut, Tales of Phantasia.