Tales of Luminaria Memorial Archive Available Online in Japanese
Bandai Namco Japan has launched an online service called the Tales of Luminaria Memorial Archive. Fans and those simply intrigued by this shutdown mobile game can explore this Archive via the Tales of channel website.
It is divided into four chapters; the first is titled “World Guidance & Characters of the Jerle Federation.” Volume two is “World Guidance & Characters of the Gildllan Empire. The third volume is “World Guidance & Characters of the Adventure Faction.” These three volumes primarily consist of character and setting-related information. Lastly, the final volume is just titled “World Guidance,” which contains a list of all of the enemy sprites, equipment, and food.
Unfortunately, logging onto this Archive requires a Bandai Namco Japanese ID. Still, English-only fans can make one if they so desire. Some shots of the Tales of Luminaria Memorial Archive are viewable via our gallery below:
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