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  1. It's been a while since we've gotten any new information on Tales of Xillia, apart from the fact that a trademark for the title had been registered nearly a year ago, but now Tales franchise producer Hideo Baba has confirmed via the Playstation Blog that the game will be coming to North America this Summer. The game features two main protagonists (one male and one female) that you'll be able to choose from and experience the story from their perspective; a series first according to Baba. Additionally, it was revealed that Tales of Graces F will be coming to PSN next week in two versions: the Standard Edition, which will cost $35; and the Knight Edition ($54.99), which comes bundled with more than 10 DLC items (which include increased stats, health, and currency). If you haven't played the game when it originally released last year via retail, be sure to check out our official review of the game. Baba also said that there were more announcements planned for games in the Tales series later this year. Perhaps we'll see a localization for Tales of Hearts R, which just released recently in Japan for the Vita. In any case, keep your eyes peeled for more news on this in the coming months ahead. Source: Playstation Blog Are you excited for Tales of Xillia?
  2. 2012 was a very interesting and different year for gaming. Depending on how diverse your gaming tastes, amount of free time you have available, and the gaming hardware you have access to, it was either very much a blessing or a curse (in more ways than one). Because there aren't as many obvious and clear contenders, like the AAA titles of last year represented, it will really boil down based on preference despite how a lot of genres were incredibly well represented this year from retail and digital forms for gaming. For me, well, I think it will be shortly apparent what genre I may have an (unreasonable) affinity for, but I certainly have had a lot of great gaming experiences during 2012. 10. Tales of Graces F Official GP Review If I were to make an incredibly specific category for this year, this game would probably steal the "Most Fun RPG Battle System Of The Year" category. I have my reservations about how the very cliche story beats are handled and some annoying dungeon design, but I would be lying if I didn't say I had a lot of fun with this game despite that. While Tales of the Abyss probably had the best storytelling of the series, and Tales of Vesperia having the best characters/overall style, Tales of Graces F I simply enjoyed the most of the whole series as a game. Sporting a very deep and entertaining combat system, light-hearted nature, and wealth of optional content, it was simply an adventure I proudly went out of my way to play through twice despite its flaws. 9. DJMax Technika Tune Even though I find myself playing rhythm games occasionally, I've rarely been invested in them outside of a group/party environment. Having said that, and I know it's probably odd, but playing DJMax Technika Tune really solidified me being content with my Playstation Vita purchase. It doesn't flip the music game genre on its head, but it somehow really resonated me with its very catchy, unique song selection that I normally wouldn't expose myself to, responsive and entertaining gameplay, and very slick design/presentation. I still find the game immediately tempting to play every time I boot up my Vita even when I have games like Persona 4: Golden and Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward begging me to continue playing them (I love you two, I just have a problem... and the only cure is more DJMax.). 8. Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time Official GP Review The best word I can use to describe Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time is 'endearing.' It tickles a certain earnest old-school gamer itch that just doesn't exist in RPGs nowadays. To call Wayfarer of Time simply 'old' and nothing else, however, would be very insulting. Hidden beneath its dated presentation lies a very dense SRPG with plenty of challenging fights, intriguing narrative and character interactions, and a multitude of endings. Wayfarer of Time certainly takes the best title I've played in the series and I have no qualms calling it the PSP's proud swan song. 7. XCOM: Enemy Unknown Official GP Review Despite being quite a fan of strategy games and especially their RPG variations, it has been a while since I've played a strategy game that felt like a sincere breath of fresh air (that I wanted to keep playing), since probably the original Valkyria Chronicles. XCOM: Enemy Unknown manages to reinvigorate the classic PC series while also capturing the devious spirit as well. Despite that, Enemy Unknown is surprisingly easy to get into and is very engaging throughout with its complex and strategic combat system, well-implemented base managment system, and enticing replay value. 6. Xenoblade Chronicles I“m still relatively surprised we even got both The Last Story and Xenoblade Chronicles in the United States even after the European release, but what I“m even more surprised by is how much more I liked Xenoblade of the two. The Last Story was probably the more ambitious game, and I really enjoyed my time with it, but Xenoblade really sold me with its incredibly grand scope, fantastic musical score, engaging storytelling, and just plain refined RPG structure. Proving that, even on dated hardware, big things come in small packages… wait, I set up something I shouldn“t have, didn“t I? 5. Mass Effect 3 Official GP Review I“ve always been a sort of blasphemer when it came to this series, where even if I enjoyed the original two to a certain extent, I felt like I played them more out of obligation than any true personal enjoyment and investment. That really changed when I played 3, however, which not only fixed a lot of my complaints about the series as a game, but really drew with me in terms of writing/narrative, great voice acting and musical score, and just plain overall design more so than the previous games. Sure, the ending still blows and some story elements could“ve been handled better (or been outright omitted), but I will not let that detract from what I thought was a strong experience and easily one of my all-time favorite western RPGs this generation. 4. Persona 4 Arena Official GP Review If there was a gaming match made in heaven catered almost specifically to individuals like myself, this game would fit the bill. This game combines one of my all-time favorite RPG properties and has my favorite fighting game developer realize it into one incredibly well-crafted fighting-game package. Admittedly, despite the praise it got for its storytelling, though solid, I desired a bit more out of it (even as a fan). As a fighting game, though, my minor quibbles were more than balanced out by the entertaining and frenetic combat system that is easy to learn but hard to master. Seriously, I just have a blast playing even now, whether it be competitively online with the great netcode or among my circle of friends regularly. 3. Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland Official GP Review Making for what was probably my most unhealthy gaming addiction this year is this little odd title... 40 hours in 4 days -wait, that wasn't subtle at all. Most will reasonably overlook this niche title, but I know I'm secretly on the right side of history for playing easily one of the best RPGs this year. Regardless, I had a great time seeing the Arland trilogy come to a close and will secretly miss the light-hearted and cavity-inducing character interactions, fun RPG mechanics, rewarding exploration/development and deep crafting system, and my homies Gio and Sterk; well, at least until Atelier Ayesha is released. 2. Journey Official GP Review For an individual who usually gets nothing out of playing “arthouse” games, playing Journey was nothing short of a pleasant surprise to me to put it lightly. Featuring an incredibly immersive setting/atmosphere, captivating musical score, and some surprisingly poignant moments in an anonymous online environment, which would be very difficult to articulate for the uninitiated, I sure as heck wouldn't trade the 2 hours I got with Journey over many other games. 1. Devil Survivor 2 Official GP Review It seems like Atlus has a habit of releasing great RPGs late in the cycle on perceivably dead systems and Devil Survivor 2 is no exception. Out of all of the games I've played this year, Devil Survivor 2 may actually be the hardest to rationalize as the #1 place on this list. It shares a lot of the same strengths as my previous listings (great storytelling, branching narrative, enthralling combat etc), and is probably the most visibly incremental of the bunch, despite being a deceptively much-improved sequel. Beyond that though, Devil Survivor 2 has a sort of intangible appeal to it that I may irrationally place right on the top of the proud #1 throne. I find it incredibly hard to nitpick its faults as a whole, even as an iterative sequel, and it was a game I didn't want to stop playing until I saw EVERYTHING it had to offer. Honorary #11: Sleeping Dogs, Gravity Rush, Binary Domain, Borderlands 2, Katawa Shoujo, and The Last Story. I would love to have more excuses to give shout-outs to many games games I've played or I haven't gotten around to finishing (My deepest apologies Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward, The Walking Dead, and Mark of the Ninja!) this year since I look back on it pretty fondly. 2012, as a whole, was very much a pleasant surprise for a year I didn't expect too much of going into. So much so, that even if not a whole lot impresses me in 2013, there are still a lot of games from 2012 I'd love to play... or unhealthily keep playing.
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