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The Tales series is returning to handhelds today with the release of Tales of Hearts R. The PS Vita exclusive follows Soma-wielder Kor Meteor and siblings Kohaku Hearts and Hisui Hearts on their adventure to rid the lands of the despir epidemic. In order to heal those inflicted, the trio must venture into their Spiria Nexus and purify the Spiria Core. To defeat those behind the disease, players will be able to utilize a new Aerial Chase maneuver to land lengthy combos in the Linear Motion Battle System.
Some new Tales info today from Bandai Namco. Pre-orders for the upcoming Tales of Hearts R will come with access to six extra costumes, each taken from a different entry in the series: Tales of the Tempest, Symphonia, Dawn of the New World, Graces f, and Vesperia. The physical copy, which will only be available at GameStop, will come with a voucher to download the costumes, while the downloadable version, the Digital Limited Edition, will be bundled with them. The Digital Limited Edition will be available to purchase on release day, November 11, until the end of the month.
Sony has announced that they will be expanding the PlayStation 4 line with a Destiny bundle that comes with a new Glacier White model. The pack will launch this fall and come with the system, a 30-day membership to PS Plus, and a copy of Destiny for $449. Alongside the model, Sony will also be releasing white peripherals, including a Dual Shock 4 and vertical stand. Several features were also announced, including greater Youtube integration, which will allow users to share, view, and upload videos. Another feature will allow PS3 and PS4 owners to invite PSN friends to join multiplayer sessions in titles they don’t own, with support announced for Far Cry 4.