All posts tagged: Tales of Hearts R

Tales Of Hearts R – Review

The “Tales Of” series of video games have been around for quite some time. Like “Dragon Quest” and “Final Fantasy”, every once in a while we’re graced with just another fantastic title to add to the already extensive list of “Tales Of” video games. Each time, the games come packed with more than the last and works to excite long time fans of the series and recruit some rookies who’ll soon find themselves masters of the “Tales”. The latest release of the franchise is a remake of a Nintendo DS game titled “Tales Of Hearts R”. Developed and published by the wonderful Bandai Namco Games, “Tales Of Hearts R” hits the PlayStation Vita with full force. Thanks to Bandai Namco Games, us here at SnapThirty have been given the chance to review this new game. I’m going to try and figure out just why it is that this particular “Tales Of” title deserves to land itself a remake. Follow me on our very own tale as we hack, slash and level our way through “Tales …

Tales of Hearts R Out Now on the PS Vita in Australia and New Zealand

  Do you have a PS Vita? Do you live in Europe, Middle-East or Australasia? Do you like the Tales Of RPG series? If you meet this rather specific criteria, then have I got some good news for you. Tales of Hearts R is now available. Impressed with Kor’s growing skills, his grandfather decides it’s time to pass down to Kor an unusual weapon called a Soma. However, Kor learns that a Soma is not only a tool for destruction, but can also be used to fortify a person’s ailing Spiria. Spiria is the embodiment of the heart and soul and plays an essential role in the world as it is the most powerful force known.However, as powerful as Spiria can be, its force can be disrupted in the face of intense emotions such as anger, hate, fear or even love. As such, Soma users must possess exceptionally strong Spiria in order to withstand such emotions. Players will also encounter the story’s female protagonist, Kohaku Hearts, who is fleeing from a mysterious witch with her …

Tales of Hearts R Pre-Order Bonuses & Day One Edition Announced

Having just launched Tales of Xilia 2, Bandai Namco is on a role with the Tales Of series and has decided to throw in a bunch off extras when Tales of Hearts R launches for the PS Vita. So Kor and Kohaku fans rejoice because pre-ordering the game will net you some nifty costumes: The Legacy Costume of Caius from Tales of The Tempest for Kor The Legacy Costume of Marta from Tales of Symphonia Dawn of the New World for Kohaku The Legacy Costume of Malik from Tales of Graces F for Gall Additionally, those who buy the Soma Link Edition will receive a set of Tales of Vesperia outfits for Ines, Kunzite, and Beryl. If that wasn’t enough, purchasing the Soma Link Edition also provides you with a participation code, throwing you into the draw to win one of the five Japanese Collector Editions. These unique editions feature: Japanese Collector’s editions of Tales of Hearts R signed by  the team A unique ‘congratulations video’ from Hideo Baba himself (Producer on the Tales Of series) will be shot …

Tales of Hearts R to Hit the West in November

After receiving a rather broad release window, as in “Winter”, Tales of Hearts R has finally been dated for the West. The Americas will net the game on November 11th, while those in Europe will have to wait an additional three days, hence a November 14th release. See kids, addition is helpful. Having already been release in the bygone ere of 2008, this PS Vita port promises full 3D graphics, new anime cutscenes, full voice acting and a bunch of other features that are assumedly just as cool.As for the story itself, Bandai Namco summed it up thusly: Tales of Hearts R follows the story of Kor Meteor, a brave young man living in a small village by the sea, as he sharpens his fighting skills under the watchful eye of his grandfather. Impressed with Kor’s growing skill, his grandfather bequeaths to him a special type of weapon known as a Soma. Soma users must possess exceptionally strong Spiria, the source of all life from which the human mind and will are derived. Armed with his …