Bandai Namco’s Tales series released its latest mainline chapter, Tales Of Arise, on Playstation 5 last September. If you’ve played it, and you’re itching for more, there are 16 more Tales games to track down among various systems going back 25 years…or, in a pinch, you could just download the new Tales Of Luminaria mobile game.
Mobile games, we know, are quite different from console games in many ways. But even with in-app purchases crammed into the system, the heart of Tales is somewhere in Tales of Luminaria. The game contains an entirely new world and 21 unique characters to control, each with their own narrative in the story.
In this world, prosperity is built by the “Mana” produced by the mysterious giant life form “Primordial Beasts” that transcends human knowledge. The Federation, regards Primordial Beasts as sacred and emphasizes coexistence with nature, while the Empire depends on Primordial Beasts as energy source to develop their technology and civilization. Through this battle of conflicting ideas of justice, the thoughts of both enemies and friends are shown from various angles!
Tales of Luminaria features the same cel-shaded visuals and anime cutscenes as its big-budget console cousins (in fact, Namco says they’re developing an anime based on this game right now). Just…don’t expect the moon. It’s free.
Tales of Luminaria is available now on the App Store and Google Play.
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