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All tales games are 1 palyer when on map, up to 4 players when battling by setting the characters to semi-auto or manual in the arte tag, or by pressing select button to change control (auto/semi-auto/manual) in battle.
By W. Heng. L on July 26, 2014
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it has just been announced that it will be for the ps3,ps4, and pc on steam. release date will be oct 20 of this year, however hints that the ps3 might be different time frame have been shown as well.
By chris on June 12, 2015
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The game will be released with English voices, with the option to change to the Japanese audio with subtitles.
By Madison Luecke on April 16, 2015
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The style is most similar to Xillia. The combat system could be regarded as a mix of Xillia and Graces F. What i liked the most are the story and humor in the game and also a tribute to Leila's VA that just past away about 2 weeks ago.
By Pen3 on November 12, 2015 SELLER
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The difference between the PS3 & PS4 versions of the same game is the graphics. The graphics are a little sharper in the PS4 because it uses a more advanced graphics engine.
By Elisha Blackmon on July 24, 2016
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Only if you preordered it.
By Tj on October 23, 2015
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No, the graphics are similar to the PS3 game's, upscaled for PS4 quality. Tales of Zestiria was originally on PS3.
By Shannon C. on December 8, 2015
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I dunno. Depends on why you hated Xillia. I personally found Xillia to be pretty lackluster and the characters to be annoying at some parts, but I've been enjoying the mess out of Zestiria. The characters are very lovable and the story has been fun. Not to mention a certain battle mechanic that's awesome to use. It mig… see more I dunno. Depends on why you hated Xillia. I personally found Xillia to be pretty lackluster and the characters to be annoying at some parts, but I've been enjoying the mess out of Zestiria. The characters are very lovable and the story has been fun. Not to mention a certain battle mechanic that's awesome to use. It might be my favorite Tales game next to Vesperia. see less
By Chelsae Ross on October 26, 2015
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I do not believe that it does.
By SolVanderlyn on November 26, 2015 SELLER