NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe today announced the launch date for the debut of the acclaimed Talesof series on Nintendo 3DS ™, with Tales of the Abyss™ scheduled for release on the 25th of November 2011 Tales of the Abyss™ for Nintendo 3DS™ is based on the critically-acclaimed PlayStation®2 role-playing game of the same name. Delivering 3D support and use of the dual screens, Tales of the Abyss offers a new gameplay experience and brings players closer to the action.
Tales of the Abyss tells the story of Luke fon Fabre, sole heir to a family of aristocrats, as he is suddenly thrust into the outside world and forced to embark on an epic adventure. Naïve and spoiled by years of isolation, Luke struggles to learn the importance of friendship, sacrifice, duty and his own choices. With the fate of many in his hands, Luke’s actions could ultimately save the world or bring about its very destruction.
Tales of the Abyss for Nintendo 3DS will be available on the 25th of November 2011 across EMEA and Asia Pacific. Another title from the Tales of series, Tales of Graces f, will be released in 2012 for PlayStation®3.
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