Tales of Luminaria Character Trailer #10 Introduces the Young Prideful Genius Lydie Delacroix
The official Twitter account for the newest upcoming mobile entry in the Tales franchise, Tales of Luminaria, has shared the title’s tenth character introduction trailer. This brief 1-minute trailer showcases Lydie Delacroix, described as “A young genius, she was working hard at research and absorbing knowledge while in the mansion where she was under de facto house arrest.” While she clearly boasts excessive pride in herself, there is also a degree of uncertainty and doubt in her own worth, based on what she says in the trailer. Her English voice actress is Cherami Leigh.
You can view the character introduction trailer for Lydie Delacroix below:
【Tales of Luminaria Character Trailer #10】
▼Name: Lydie Delacroix (VA: Cherami Leigh)
▼Weapon: Twin Pistols
A young genius, she was working hard at research and absorbing knowledge while in the mansion where she was under de facto house arrest.#TalesOfLuminaria pic.twitter.com/knaDhTqmob
— Tales of Luminaria (@to_luminaria_en) October 3, 2021
Check out the following character introduction trailers below if you have missed them:
- Leo Fourcade
- Celia Arvier
- Michelle Bouquet
- Maxime Hasselmans
- Vanessa Morax
- Lucien Dufaure
- Lisette Regnier
- Edouard Rouquier
An anime for this game is being produced by Kamikaze Douga in a distribution partnership with Funimation. Each of the 21 characters has received their own character renders and their English voice actors/actresses.
Check out our coverage for the first information broadcast of the game. A slew of new information was revealed, such as the character factions, gameplay mechanics, footage of the unexpected portrait mode design decision, and much more.
Tales of Luminaria will tell an original story with an action-focused battle system developed by COLOPL, Inc. Mobile games have opted to bring older characters in a reunion-type of experience in the past, but this game will feature new characters. Further, this title will be played in portrait mode, and players can freely move around the battlefield to attack enemies. This seems similar to a typical Tales console experience, and we’re looking forward to learning more about it.
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