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Japanese denfaminicogamer recently interviewed members of the development team for the turn-based JRPG developed by Atlus, Soul Hackers 2, and an action JRPG developed by Bandai Namco Tales of Arise:. Lots of intriguing conversation topics, including history Tales of Arizona development, are brought up. Producer Yusuke Tomizawa and director Hirokazu Kagawa from Bandai Namco were present.

Perhaps the most thought-provoking detail is how early its development is. Tales of Arise: there shouldn’t have been a Tales of game at all. Instead, the title was simply called ‘Ari’, aiming to create an entirely new IP developed by the company. Fairy tales the team. It was such an innovative project that they weren’t sure if they should pin it Fairy tales IP.

Obviously, they eventually decided to veer off that path, but it’s potentially worth considering how things might have changed dramatically if they hadn’t. Fairy tales game Tales of Arise: significantly different from previous entries due to its changed approach to combat, presentation and smaller factors, so I could imagine it not being brand-related. I’m glad it is though.

Thanks to our team Ryuuji for translating and sharing this remarkable information.

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