The Tales franchise has been one of the market leaders in RPGs. Now Kamikaze Douga is going to make sure that the series becomes a smash-hit in the anime industry as well.
“Tales of” have always singled out a theme in every game, the upcoming anime movie is also based on one such theme, and justice is repeatedly highlighted in the case.
Tales of Luminaria the Fateful Crossroad is an anime adaptation inspired by the Tales of Luminaria smartphone game, and it will be released on January 20. Funimation will stream the anime as it airs in Japan.
The third trailer for the anime has just been revealed, and it comes with English dubs as well:
Leo and Hugo are once again seen fighting the PV, and I guess the rivalry will take up quite some time to be mitigated in the anime. Some other awesome battles are also shown along with the beasts.
A 10-minutes preview of the anime has also been revealed before the series officially debuts:
The preview starts with Lisette, Leo, and Celia defeating a beast and saving a citizen. Soon afterward, Leo and Celia’s cute bickering is stopped by Lisette’s commanding presence. Together, they head towards their next goal.
Leo and Hugo’s upcoming battle is definitely something to look forward to. But I am leaning towards Lisette and Alexandra’s fight, which is bound to be one of the most elegant action sequences ever.
It is a battle between the justices of individuals. Will Leo and Hugo come to terms with each other and reach common ground? Their backgrounds and cause of conflict will be revealed soon and I am curious to know about them finally.
About Tales Franchise
The Tales series is a franchise of fantasy role-playing video games published by Bandai Namco Entertainment (formerly Namco), and developed by its subsidiary, Namco Tales Studio, until 2011 and presently by Bandai Namco Studios. First begun in 1995 with the development and release of Tales of Phantasia for the Super Famicom.
While entries in the series generally stand independent of each other with different characters and stories, they are commonly linked by their gameplay, themes, and high fantasy settings. The series is characterized by its art style, which draws from Japanese manga and anime, and its action-based fighting system called the “Linear Motion Battle System”.
The series has several anime adaptations like Symphonia, Abyss, Phantasia, Eternia, Vesperia, Zestria, and the upcoming Luminaria.
Source: Tales of YouTube Channel