Who is the publisher of Tales of Xillia?
Tales of Xillia. Tales of Xillia (Japanese: テイルズ オブ エクシリア, Hepburn: Teiruzu Obu Ekushiria) is a Japanese role-playing game released exclusively for the PlayStation 3. It is the thirteenth main installment of the Tales series and is developed by Namco Tales Studio with Namco Bandai Games as the publisher.
How are the characters in Tales of Xillia controlled?
During battle sequences, the game uses the Dual Raid Linear Motion Battle System, a variation of the Linear Motion Battle used in the Tales series. Four characters from the party are chosen to battle and characters not controlled by a player are controlled by artificial intelligence with instructions set by the players beforehand.
How did Milla get the Lance in Tales of Xillia?
Milla is able to steal the activation disc for the Lance, but she and Jude are thrown off a bridge inside of the room and wash up outside. Milla awakens with Jude and discovers she cannot summon the four spirits. She decides to return to Nia Khera, her hometown, to properly perform the ritual needed to summon them again.
How does Haus die in Tales of Xillia?
Inside, the two encounter lines of capsules filled with people, including Haus. These machines, referred to by Milla as a type of spyrix, drain the mana out of their contents. Haus is able to warn Jude of a trap, but dies shortly afterward from mana depletion.
Who is efreet in Tales of Xillia?
Efreet appears in Tales of Xillia as one of the Great Spirits under the personal control of the Lord of Spirits, Milla Maxwell. At the start of the events of the story, Efreet is imprisoned within the Lance of Kresnik, though he is eventually freed and comes to aid Milla.
What’s the theme song for Tales of Xillia?
In May the game’s release date, a Xillia themed PS3, and the game’s theme song, ” Progress ” by Ayumi Hamasaki were revealed. Before the game’s release, a Korean game guide of the game was leaked onto the internet forcing Namco to issue a response.
When did Tales of Xillia come out for PlayStation 3?
A Tales game for the PlayStation 3 was announced in July 28, 2010’s Weekly Shonen Jump and officially announced by Namco Bandai Games on August 2, 2010; On December 15, 2010 Tales of Xillia was unveiled in Weekly Shonen Jump and its official website was launched.