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Tales of Berseria opening revealed

Author: David Lozada
15-Aug-2016

Category: News

The newest title in the Tales series had its opening movie revealed yesterday by Bandai Namco, featuring music by popular anime band FLOW and showing off the game's visuals, characters, and the world.

Artwork done for Tales of Berseria
Bandai Namco released the opening movie for their upcoming JRPG Tales of Berseria yesterday. The title is set to release in Japan in three days for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

The video, featured below, is led by the song "Burn" by popular anime band FLOW and showcases the game's awesome visuals and what's to come for fans in the near future.


The same opening also appeared at the end of last week's anime episode of Tales of Zesteria the X, streaming now on Funimation.

The newest installment in the Tales franchise currently has no firm release date for the west, though an early 2017 window is confirmed. The last Tales game released in October of last year.

Source:
http://www.dualshockers.com/2016/08/14/tales-of-berseria-reveals-beautiful-opening-cinematic/
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