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Any self-respecting Nintendo fan from the GameCube era will acknowledge that every little third-party win was celebrated as if it were history-making. Resident Evil 1 Remake, Resident Evil Zero and Resident Evil 4, Soulcalibur II featuring Link, Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader and, of course, Tales of Symphonia -- all lauded as game-changers, and all at home first on Nintendo GameCube.

The N64's JRPG manifest was fairly lite-on, and Square Enix had pretty much turned its back on Nintendo to this point, so that latter title, Tales of Symphonia, it built a very, very dedicated audience (this writer among them) but remains a Tales of favourite because it introduced a lot of elements to the series, delivered FMV anime cutscenes that still stand and was a lengthy affair for completionists.

And now it's coming back in Remaster form for all current platforms, Nintendo Switch included.

The original Tales of Symphonia, which released in 2003, moved players around the world with a deep and fascinating story. Tales of Symphonia Remastered brings back this 20 years classic with HD visual enhancements, gameplay improvements, and new features.

In Tales of Symphonia Remastered, both veteran fans and newcomers to the franchise will follow the journey of Lloyd Irving and his friends as they try to save Sylvarant and Tethe’alla, two inextricably linked worlds, where the rebirth of one means the decline of the other. Players will experience a profound storyline with endearing characters in a rich and lively world, along with beautiful anime-like cutscenes designed by the renowned artist Kosuke Fujishima.

Players will be able to live or relive this story either alone or with up to four players during battles, with a variety of battle strategies and systems such as combos that freely combine a variety of “Skills/Magic”, Mystic Artes with flashy effects, and Unison Attack, coordinated techniques that can unleash powerful series of attacks.
You can pre-order the game now, which is slated for "early 2023", and will be hitting PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

Stay tuned for more as we have it.

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