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Author: Genj
Posted: July 06, 2012 (09:10 AM)
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I've been looking forward to this one for awhile, so I'm glad they finally stopped all the teasing that it "might" be localized and finally announced it. Unfortunately the announcement only happening now suggests to me they only recently started localizing it and we'll have to wait at least another year for it.


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Author: jerec
Posted: July 06, 2012 (05:08 PM)
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The management behind Tales seem to have this random process where they decide which console the game is going to be released on, then whether it will be released in the US, then Europe. I wonder how they do it, is it some sort of algorithm or is it decided by two rounds of darts (the first dart board has the consoles, the second one has the regions).


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