Tales of Vesperia Alcohol Collaboration Reveals New Yuri & Raven Artwork

Bandai Namco has announced a new Japanese collaboration for one of the more beloved entries in their action JRPG Tales of series, Tales of Vesperia.

A specific storefront, via its official website, will give lucky customers Tales of Vesperia-branded sake with a design of Repede on the bottle. Shipments for the currently only available option are set to occur in late February 2023.

Additionally, a new illustration card of protagonist Yuri Lowell and party member Raven will be provided. Thanks to our team’s Ryuji for translating this information.

A sample image of the new artwork of Yuri and Raven is viewable below:


Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition is a re-release of one of the most fan-beloved Tales entries, bringing over the previously Japanese exclusive PlayStation 3 version content to a global audience. Alongside a brand new character involved with the story and several gameplay alterations, this is the best version for prospective fans to dive into should they feel curious.

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. The game was confirmed to have achieved over 1.5 million units worldwide in September 2021.

Tales of Symphonia Remastered will launch Westward for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch on February 17, 2023.

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 events and improved maritime navigation.

In case you missed it, countless new Tales of songs are available via streaming services.

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

We recently 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.

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