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New Edition OF PS3 Tales of Xillia bundle For Japanese

Japanese PS3 buyers have the choice of another special-edition console. In the market for a new PS3 but find the portable version a little out of your price / taste range? Then you might consider Sony’s just-announced Tales of Xillia X Edition, which bundles everyone’s favorite RPG of unwavering convictions with a 160GB limited-edition console.

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The “Tales of Xillia X Edition” PS3 system is the usual “Charcoal Black” PS3 color, but with metallic red and gold artwork on the top depicting the characters Jude and Milla. The PS3 logo is also red, which does more to make the thing seem “special-edition.” Maybe we’re just weird.

The rig comes in the standard charcoal black, adorned with metallic red and gold artwork featuring characters from the series. It will also be Japanese-only for now, though Tales die-hards can always have it exported. The 160GB system will be released in Japan on September 8, bundled with a copy of Tales of Xillia for ¥37,980 ($470).

Sony Press Release


SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT JAPAN TO INTRODUCE
PLAYSTATION3 BUNDLE PACK FEATURING TALES OF XILIA

Available from September 8th for a Limited Offer at a Recommended Retail
Price of 37,980 Yen (including tax)


Tokyo, 28 May, 2011– Sony Computer Entertainment Japan (SCEJ), a division of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCE) responsible for business operation in Japan, today announced that a “PlayStation3 TALES OF XILLIA X Edition” bundle pack will be available on September 8, 2011. The bundle pack will include the PlayStation3 (PS3) computer entertainment system with 160GB HDD and the TALES OF XILLIA software title for PS3 and will be a limited time offer at a recommended retail price of 37,980 yen (including tax).

TALES OF XILLIA is the latest installment of the blockbuster “TALES OF” franchise which has sold over more than 13 million units worldwide. The software was created to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the series and will make its debut in stores on September 8, 2011. First time ever for the series, the story features double main characters designed by two highly renowned character designers, Mutsumi Inomata and Kosuke Fujishima. Any users, new to the series as well as those longtime fans, will without doubt enjoy the great, emotional story line as well as exciting battle system.

The PS3 system included in the bundle comes in Charcoal Black color with a special design depicting the world of TALES OF XILLIA with Jude and Mira, the story’s main characters, printed in metallic type red and gold color. The PS3 logo engraved on the surface of the system is also in special metallic type red color to coordinate with the design. The metallic colors make an attractive contrast with PS3’s Charcoal black, offering premium feel to the overall look.

With the “PlayStation3 TALES OF XILLIA X Edition” bundle pack, SCEJ continues to expand the PS3 platform and creates new boundaries for computer entertainment.
 
 

Product Outline

Product name “PlayStation®3 TALES OF XILLIA® X Edition”  Bundle Pack
Product code CEJH-10018
Release date Thursday, September 8, 2011
Recommended Retail Price 37,980 yen (including tax)
Included PlayStation®3 x 1
※ TALES OF XILLIA® X Edition original model
※ Charcoal Black
※ Hard Disk Drive capacity 160GB
TALES OF XILLIA  software for PS3
DUALSHOCK®3 Wireless Controller x1
Power cord x 1
AV cable x 1

USB cable x 1

About the Software

Product name TALES OF XILLIA®
Genre RPG
Release date Thursday, September 8, 2011
Recommended Retail Price 8,379 yen (including tax)
CERO rating To be rated
Publisher NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.
Copyright © KOSUKE FUJISHIMA © MUTSUMI INOMATA © 2011 NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.
Official Home Page http://tox.namco-ch.net/

 

News From engadget.com, joystiq.com

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