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Tales of Arise is now the series' most popular PC entry

The game currently has over 45,000 players on PC

Tales of Arise is now the series' most popular PC entry

Tales of Arise is now the series' most popular PC entry

Tales of Arise has launched on PC, and it has quickly become the franchise's most popular PC release to date, hitting over 45,000 concurrent players on Steam. 

Many reviewers have given Tales of Arize high review scores, and the game's visuals are clearly a step above the franchise's prior titles, giving many gamers a reason to try out the game. Prior series entries, such as Tales of Berseria and Tales of Zestiria, have failed to achieve concurrent player counts of over 10,000 on Steam, making Tales of Arize's performance a big deal for Bandai Namco. 

Following the game's PC launch, Tales of Arise has received a free PC demo version on Steam, allowing PC gamers to try the action RPG before committing to a full game purchase.

Tales of Arise takes place in multiple worlds, each of which has unique regions to explore and characters to interact with. One world is called Dahna, which has been pillaged of its resources by another world called Rena. As the game progresses, players will be able to determine the fate of these two worlds as the game's protagonists move from region to region. 

Players interested in the game should download the game's free PC demo on Steam, which includes a battle tutorial and a lot of the side activities present within the main game. This includes camping, cooking, and skits, sub-quests and, battles against the mighty Gigant!

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10-09-2021, 19:21:59

Dicehunter
I've always found Japanese games very confusing, They throw you into a story without having told you anything and then when you are half way through the game they finally tell you parts of what the hell is going on that should have been at the start.

Japanese game studios make fun games but are terrible at telling well structured stories.Quote

11-09-2021, 06:51:55

ImprovizoR
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I've always found Japanese games very confusing, They throw you into a story without having told you anything and then when you are half way through the game they finally tell you parts of what the hell is going on that should have been at the start.

Japanese game studios make fun games but are terrible at telling well structured stories.
They are terrible at writing. All of these anime type games are cringeworthy and obnoxious as hell. Just like anime.Quote

11-09-2021, 20:31:12

trawetSluaP
Each to their own. I've always loved Tales games.

Tales of Vesperia is my all time favourite!Quote

13-09-2021, 08:27:10

WYP
I'm enjoying Tales of Arise so far. It's a JRPG, so you will have to be able to like those kinds of games, but it is fun. Not too complex either, so its very easy to pick up and play.Quote

13-09-2021, 08:43:27

Warchild
It looks decent, but that price is more than I will accept.

I refuse to pay £60 for any game now.Quote
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