GameCube role-player Tales of Symphonia will get a digital PC release next year, publisher Bandai Namco has announced.
10th Anniversary re-release Tales of Symphonia Chronicles will launch in Europe for PlayStation 3 on 28th February 2014, publisher Namco Bandai has announced.
The compilation contains GameCube classic Tales of Symphonia and its follow-up Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, now with refreshed HD graphics and the original Japanese voice-overs.
The game's goodie-laden Collector's Edition will also reach these shores, although will be limited to 10,000 copies across Europe and Australasia.
UPDATE: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles, the game's previously-rumoured HD re-release, has been confirmed in a new post on the series' official Facebook page.
Due for launch on PlayStation 3, Chronicles will also contain the previously Wii-exclusive sequel Tales of Symphonia: The New World.
Tales series boss Hideo Baba has announced that an English-language version will arrive for Europe and North America in early 2014. A Genis idea indeed.
Atari will bring Wii role-playing game Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World to Europe this autumn, complete with some exclusive regional content.
Over half of the titles in the Japanese software top 10 are new entries this week, according to Media Create data (translated by NeoGaf members).