Tales of Crestoria Manga Volume 2 Now Available in Japan

Bandai Namco has announced that the second volume of the ongoing Tales of Crestoria manga adaptation is now available in Japanese. Unfortunately, there’s no word on whether an official English translation of this manga will occur at any point.

Costing ¥693 with 187 pages, this grim narrative continues the adventure of the protagonist, Kanata, following a certain life-changing event in his village.

In Tales of Crestoria, characters carry objects known as Vision Orbs, which are essentially used as footage to judge whether a person is innocent or guilty of an accused crime. Stains of Guilt appear on guilty parties, and they end up hunted by authorities as a result. The protagonist, Kanata Hjuger, finds himself branded with the mark following a tragic and twisted event.

For those unaware, Tales of Crestoria ceased service.

Bandai also announced that purchases of the second volume of the Tales of Crestoria manga made at Tales of Festival 2023 will include the following A4 clear file:


You can view the full cover art of this second volume below:

crestoria manga 2 full

You can purchase volume two of the Tales of Crestoria manga in Japanese via the retailer Bookwalker.

Check out our review of Tales of Symphonia Remastered on Nintendo Switch.

The anime was recently fully uploaded onto YouTube for free with English subtitles.

Tales of Symphonia was initially released for the Gamecube worldwide before receiving a Japanese-exclusive PlayStation 2 version that added more content. That same version would launch worldwide for PlayStation 3 and then eventually PC via Steam. This upcoming remaster is using the latest versions as the basis, though several new features are arriving, such as skippable anime events and improved maritime navigation.

Tales of Symphonia Remastered is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.

In case you missed it, over 2,000 Tales of songs are making their way to streaming services.

We discussed the number of Tales of games that have never been localized and those that have never been ported, making most of the franchise notably inaccessible to contemporary audiences.

Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn” was trademarked in Europe.

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